A new logo for the Oakland Transportation Department has caused a bit of controversy online.
The logo features a light blue light-emitting diodes on a black background.
The design was inspired by the work of famed graphic designer Frank Lloyd Wright, who created the city’s original transit logo.
In the late 1990s, Wright designed a logo for an oil refinery in Texas that was later used as the basis for the new logo.
According to a story on ABC News.com, the new Oakland Transportation logo is a “very modern design that incorporates the city, cityscape and urban design elements that have become associated with Oakland in recent years.”
The logo was unveiled on Thursday during a ceremony at City Hall.
The logo features two concentric circles and the word “TODAY.”
It will also feature the “Oakland” cityscape design from a recent Oakland Planning Department report on the Oakland City Plan, which was released last week.