Kimberly Tellez is an Assistant Engineer providing support on traffic engineering and transportation planning services.
Kimberly Tellez’s passion for transportation started in the City of Huntington Park, where she relied heavily on local and regional public transportation to travel across Los Angeles County. She graduated from the University of California, Davis in 2017 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and a minor in Sustainability in the Built Environment. During her undergraduate years, she was involved in the student chapters of ITE and the Society of Women Engineers. After completing her bachelor’s degree, she worked on traffic impact analyses for residential and commercial projects in Sacramento County and El Dorado County and developed an emissions model for the “Economic and Air Quality/Climate Impacts of Delays at the Border” study.
In 2018-2019, Kimberly was the director of administration for the Young Professionals in Transportation – Sacramento Chapter and is still an active member. As an Assistant Engineer at W-Trans, Kimberly works on traffic impact studies and is expanding her experience with complete street projects, pedestrian and bicycle planning and traffic signal and roundabout designs.