CHS Consulting Group Welcomes Siqing Yi, Frank Feng and Nathaniel Seeskin to Our San Francisco Office

October 2018

CHS Consulting Group would like to welcome three new staff members to our growing team: Siqing Yi, Frank Feng, and Nate Seeskin. Both Siqing and Frank come to CHS from UC Berkeley. Siqing earned a MS in Transportation Engineering. Previously, she had received a Master of Urban Planning degree from Texas A&M University and has interned with CHS since summer of 2017. Siqing’s academic research covered Bus Rapid Transit, rail transit, shared mobility, smart card data, active transportation planning, and freight planning. Frank earned a Master of Science in Transportation Engineering. Frank interned with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, and worked as a field engineer for NTK Construction. Nate joins us after receiving his Master of City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina. For his Master’s project, Nate worked with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency to analyze demographic data behind traffic calming requests, concluding that privileged communities are more likely to request traffic calming measures than poor communities.

CHS Consulting Group Welcomes Celina Lee to Our San Francisco Office

Celina Lee

October 2018

CHS Consulting Group welcomes Celina Lee as our new Senior Traffic Engineer. Celina has 15 years of hands-on experience in traffic signal and ITS design; street, highway roundabout, and rail crossing design; lighting design; traffic management plans; and construction staging and traffic handling plans. She has prepared over 70 signal designs in 35 cities in both Northern and Southern California. Celina is currently designing traffic signals and ITS elements for the California High-Speed Rail Project’s first segment, now under construction in the Central Valley; prior to joining CHS, she prepared track and roadway alignment alternatives for the High-Speed Rail segment between Palmdale and Burbank. Celina is serving as an extension of engineering staff for the City of Mountain View, a role she performed for several years before joining us. As part of San Francisco’s Vision Zero initiative, Celina is analyzing alternatives, including a roundabout, to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety at a high-injury intersection. Celina is a licensed Civil Engineer and Traffic Engineer in California, and holds a BS in Civil Engineering from San José State University.