Jeffrey L. Rosenblum, is a transportation planner and street design engineer for the City of Cambridge (Massachusetts). He is project manager for several corridor redesign projects including http://westernavenue.info which includes a separated bicycle facility and traffic calming measures, and represents Cambridge’s mode-shift interests in the many MassDOT bridge redesign projects currently underway. Jeff co-founded Boston area’s LivableStreets Alliance in 2004 and was its Executive Director until 2007. He currently serves on MassDOT’s Transportation Advisory Committee appointed by Governor Patrick, on Boston’s Complete Streets Advisory Committee appointed by Mayor Menino, the Alliance for Biking and Walking Board of Directors, and participates in the Bicycle Subcommittee of the National Committee on MUTCD. Jeff has over 20 years of experience in consulting, research, training & education, public policy, and community advocacy at the intersection of environment, business, and community engagement. Jeff’s prior work includes sustainable development projects in Africa, Central Asia, and the Middle East through Cadmus Group and the Urban Institute. He used to be with the Business & Sustainability group at Tellus Institute. Jeff holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering and Policy from the Green Design Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and a Professional Engineering License from the State of Maine.