Eduardo C. Serafin has 36 years of professional traffic/transportation experience covering planning, policy, environmental impact analysis, preliminary design, engineering operations, complete streets, multi-modal transportation, safety for various modes (pedestrians, bicyclists, motor vehicles), tribal transportation safety, and capital improvement program (CIP) projects. Eduardo brings together his professional experience from California, the Northeastern U.S. states, Texas, and his native Philippines. He most recently served as the Technical Program Manager for UC Berkeley ITS TechTransfer for the last 13 years. Previously, he served as the first Senior Traffic Engineer for the City of Napa, CA for almost six years. In addition, he has over 13 years’ experience in top private consulting firms specializing in Transportation Engineering and Planning. As a transportation professional, Eduardo strives to champion complete-streets planning and implementation, multi-modal transportation planning, integrated land use-transportation planning, transit planning and transit-oriented development (TOD) planning, comprehensive pedestrian and bicyclist planning, environmentally-sensitive land development, context-sensitive transportation infrastructure planning, transportation demand management, and the ethical practice of professional Traffic Engineering.
Favorite Song: Whitney Houston, I Will Always Love You
Favorite Restaurant: Viva Madrid, Claremont, CA
Claim to Fame Moment: Performing in the World Premiere of “I Am Harvey Milk” with the SFGMC and Broadway star Laura Benanti
Favorite Treat: Dark chocolate with marzipan
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.