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The City of San Antonio’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Program is working to raise the level of cycling and walking for daily travel and improve cycling and pedestrian safety. 

By concentrating on accessibility, directness, and continuity, our goals are to improve and expand infrastructure while raising awareness about "muscle-powered" transportation. 

This is achieved through a coordinated effort of planning, engineering, policy development, and public education.

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Jesse Salcedo, Engineering Associate


Jesse joined the City of San Antonio in January of 2008. He began working with the Storm Water Engineering Division and transferred to Traffic Engineering, which has evolved into Transportation Planning & Programming. His primary role within the Department is the design, implementation, and maintenance of bicycle facilities completed through the annual Infrastructure Maintenance Program (IMP).


UTSA – B.S. Civil Engineering (c. 2007)

CoSA Transportation Planning focuses and interests:
  • Bicycle facilities
  • Management of bicycle infrastructure
  • Coordination of community requests and recommendations

Jessica Brunson, Senior Transportation Planner


A transplant from the Washington, D.C area, Jessica has been practicing in the planning and architectural fields since 2002. Her professional experience include:

  • GIS analytics and Air Force base planning at Kelly Field
  • Bike Share planning in metropolitan cities
  • International\Domestic railway plans and environmental studies
  • Smart Growth planning for communities
  • Architectural redesigns for neighborhoods and street corridors
  • Transit studies and bike planning for new and existing communities

Jessica is a former Planning Commissioner of San Antonio and currently an avid cyclist active in the community bringing awareness and active events throughout the city. She has a high interest in connecting and encouraging people to explore by bike, trails, and touring our streets to discover new and efficient ways to travel.


Virginia Tech – B.A. Public Affairs-Urban Policy and Planning (c. 2014)

Thomas Edison School of Technology- Certificate in Architectural Drafting and Design (c. 2003)

CoSA Transportation Planning focuses and interests:
  1. Bike Master Plan
  2. Mobility with access to equitable and frequent transit options
  3. Connecting strategic design and implementation with safety
  4. Community driven impact studies and involvement
Helpful Links

National Association of City Transportation Officials
The League of American Bicyclists
Greenway Trails System

Jana Wentzel, Senior Transportation Planner


Jana hails from the Midwest where she worked on projects involving:

  • Emergency and resiliency plans
  • Policy/ordinance and grant writing
  • Capital improvements plans
  • GIS analytics for land use, housing inventory, and utility mapping

She moved south to join the City of San Antonio primarily where she is currently working to make the City more accessible and mobile through various ways such as walking, biking, bussing, and driving. She is a board member of the University of Texas Planning Student Association and treasurer for the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA), Southwest Region.


Wayne State College – B.S. in Geography, Earth Sciences, and Geospatial Technology (c. 2015)

University of Texas at San Antonio- Masters in Urban and regional Planning (Spring 2021)

CoSA Transportation Planning focuses and interests:
  1. Complete Streets
  2. Sustainable Transportation
  3. Urban Analytics
Helpful Links

National Complete Streets Coalition
America Walks

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