Congratulations to the 2016 Momentum Awards Nominees!
Join us "At the Nat" for the 2016 Momentum Awards Annual Gala. Each year Circulate San Diego's Momentum Awards celebrate mobility, great neighborhoods, connected communities, and sustainable development, while recognizing the achievements of visionary civic leaders, local governments, and businesses. Click here for tickets.
Complete Streets Project Award
City of Vista, South Santa Fe Streetscape Project
City of San Diego, University Ave, Complete Streets Project
City of La Mesa & Snipes-Dye Asscoiates, Downtown Village Streetscape
City of National City & Kimley-Hown, A Avenue Green Street Project
Civic San Diego & Chen Ryan Associates, Downtown Mobility Plan
Cubic Transportation Systems Connectivity Award
SANDAG & Kimley-Horn, Blue Line Trolley Renewal
City of Encinitas & Schmidt Design Group, Santa Fe Pedestrian Undercrossing
Civic San Diego & MIG, 14th Street Promenade
City of Chula Vista & Rick Engineering, H Street Extension
City of La Mesa & KTU+A, Urban Trails Mobility Action Plan
City of Del Mar, River Path Del Mar
Groundwork San Diego
SDG&E Local Hero Award
Healthy Community Award
City of Chula Vista, Healthy Chula Vista Initiative
The Corky McMillin Companies, Liberty Station
City of San Diego, Vision Zero Strategic Plan
City of National City & Kimley-Horn, Paradise Creek Educational Park Urban Greening Project
North Park Planning Committee, North Park Community Plan Update
SD Bike Commuter Program
Smart Growth Award
Community Housing Works, North Santa Fe Apartments
Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation & BNIM, Town Center Master Plan
SAN DIEGO (September 16, 2016) – The City Auditor released a report yesterday outlining 18 recommendations the City can take to improve pedestrian safety and help save lives.
The report comes on the heels of four pedestrian injuries and deaths in the last five weeks due to hit and runs and exposes a deadly trend. Between 2001 and 2015, 270 people were killed by cars while walking and more than 8,000 were injured. Numbers were especially high in 2013-2015 with almost 2,000 involved in crashes and 66 left dead.Read more
Press Release: Fatal Hit and Run on Linda Vista Road highlights the need for Vision Zero in San Diego
SAN DIEGO (September 13, 2016) – A 48-year-old female was struck by three cars and killed while walking Sunday night in a hit-and-run crash on the 7600 block of Linda Vista Road near Mesa College Drive.
The terrible collision is a reminder of how important it is for our region’s leaders to commit to Vision Zero, a campaign to make our streets safe from serious injuries and deaths. The incident comes on the heels of at least two hit and run crashes last month.