Mike Sallaberry is a certified traffic engineer who has worked in transportation for over 17 years. He started at SFMTA with the Bicycle Program then became the Traffic Calming Manager prior to his current position as the Senior Engineer for Livable Streets, which oversees pedestrian, traffic calming, streetscape, and bicycle projects in San Francisco. Past work includes standardizing the sharrow, dozens of road diets, streetscape and separated bikeway designs, and the creative development of facilities when space is at a premium. He has contributed to manuals and guidelines at the federal, state, and local government levels, has worked with NACTO and ITE, and is currently a voting member on the California Traffic Control Device Committee.
Though he loves to bicycle, Mike travels in many ways and believes a healthy city provides a variety of quality options for moving about.