Tom Maguire is the Interim Director of Transportation for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, with the City and County of San Francisco. He oversees the nation’s 8th largest transit system, the Municipal Railway (Muni), and manages the transportation network of streets, bicycle and pedestrian safety, on- and off-street parking, and the regulation of taxis and other emerging mobilities.
Prior to taking on the interim DOT role, Tom was the Director of Sustainable Streets for SFMTA, where he led the city’s efforts to achieve its Vision Zero goal of zero traffic fatalities, while working to create world class streets for all San Franciscans. The Sustainable Streets Division consists of 1,035 employees who operate, engineer, design, and plan the city’s traffic, parking, pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure and provide transit security and parking enforcement.
Tom joined SFMTA in October 2014 after serving as Assistant Commissioner at the New York City Department of Transportation, where he managed Bus Rapid Transit, Freight Mobility, Peak Rate Parking, congestion pricing, and sustainability, and resiliency programs. He has also worked for the engineering and design firm Arup.
He holds a Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from UC Berkeley and a Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers.