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Urban Engineers Hires Michael Mastaglio as Deputy Traffic Practice Leader
Publication Date
October 23rd 2015

Urban is pleased to announce that Michael Mastaglio, PE, PTOE, has joined the firm as the deputy traffic practice leader. He previously worked as a consultant project manager and design consultant for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation District 5-0.


“Michael is a talented professional who has a proven track record of success with complex roundabout projects throughout the country,” said Urban Vice President and Traffic Practice Leader Órla Pease, PE, PTOE. “He is a confident engineer with an inventive style that brings life, motion, and leadership to projects.”


Mr. Mastaglio is a licensed Professional Engineer and Professional Traffic Operations Engineer with almost 20 years of experience in all aspects of roadway, intersection and unconventional interchange design. He has particular expertise in the policy, planning, traffic, engineering, design, and construction of multi-lane roundabouts. Mr. Mastaglio’s experience also includes planning and design of roundabout corridors, mini roundabout intersections, pedestrian and bicycle access within roundabout, public involvement, and peer reviews. He has been involved with more than one hundred various roundabouts and roundabout projects across the country in various states including Colorado, New Mexico, California, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. He has become particularly interested in the degree to which the perceptions of roundabouts vary in different parts of the country.


Mr. Mastaglio is a frequent contributor within the national roundabout community and in 2009 was appointed Secretary to the ITE Roundabout Executive Committee. Currently, Mr. Mastaglio serves as vice chair to the ITE Roundabout Executive Committee and recently was appointed to be a standing member of the TRB Roundabout Committee. Mr. Mastaglio has presented on numerous regional and national stages, as well as participated in a nationwide roundtable discussion initiated by the NCHRP 3-65A research team to discuss revisions and upgrades to the 2000 FHWA Roundabout Informational Guide. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.