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Kimberly Leung, P.E., T.E.

Kimberly Leung, P.E., T.E.

Engineer – Livable Streets Team Leader
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

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Kimberly is an Engineer at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, where she leads a team of engineers and planners in transforming San Francisco streets to be safe and inviting for people who bike and walk. She is a California-licensed Professional Engineer and Traffic Engineer with over nine years of experience. As the Tenderloin Program Manager, Kimberly currently oversees the development and implementation of street safety improvements in the Tenderloin neighborhood as part of the City's COVID-19 response. She previously served as the Slow Streets Program Manager, where she led the program from inception to delivery of its first two phases of streets. She has managed the Valencia Bikeway Improvements project since 2017. Kimberly earned her MS in Transportation Engineering and her BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UC Berkeley.

Kimberly is an active leader of the transportation community and is the 2021 Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Western District Secretary-Treasurer. She has been involved with ITE since co-founding UC Berkeley’s Cal ITE chapter in 2008 and has served as Cal ITE President, SF Bay ITE President, the 2019 District Annual Meeting Local Arrangements Committee Co-Chair, and the District's Student Funding and Initiatives Committee Chair. She also continues to serve as the Professional Liaison to the Cal ITE student chapter.

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