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Elena Savignano

I’m passionate about community mobility, including parking and public transit, and creating equitable, climate-resilient communities where all people can thrive. In my role as a transportation analyst, I work at the intersection of environmental and transportation planning, using my skills to analyze project-generated environmental impacts related to transportation.

In June 2023, I graduated with my Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. My capstone, “Change for the Meter: Exploring the Equity Implications of Market-Priced Parking,” earned third place in the 2023 Capstone Prizes from the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies. In my spare time, you’ll find me playing tennis with my husband, Nick; hanging out with my dog, Yoda; and in the winter, skiing in Big Bear.

Transportation Analyst
San Diego
Notable Projects

Sacramento County Subsequent EIR for Countywide Rezone

United Water Conservation District Multispecies HCP EIR


Master of Urban and Regional Planning, UCLA

BA, Hispanic Studies, Wheaton College

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