District Architect | San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART)
Tian Feng is the District Architect of the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), and was an architectural advisor on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Advisory Committee. Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown, Feng is currently an Executive Member of California State Architects Board. Feng has broad responsibilities for BART’s infrastructure. He created and administrates BART Facilities Standards which has provided design and construction standards for station’s and infrastructural investment valued over billions of dollars. He initiated climate change adaptation effort by partnering with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and developed systems resiliency strategies at BART. He has also pioneered many sustainability initiatives and formulated BART Sustainability Policy in 2002. He is the founder and chief editor of the Transit Sustainability Guidelines, a project sponsored by US EPA and DOT and published by American Public Transportation Association (APTA).