Unfortunately, we must recommend that SANDAG Board members vote against adoption of the 2015 Draft Regional Plan in its current form because it does not adequately advance transit and active transportation projects.
Despite these differences, Circulate San Diego believes that the SANDAG Board can and should move forward with a region-wide Quality of Life revenue measure in 2016 that includes provisions and funding to advance transit and active transportation projects. [PDF]
Last week, Circulate San Diego and Climate Action Campaign released a report titled “New Climate for Transportation,” detailing how the City of San Diego’s groundbreaking Climate Action Plan will result in transportation improvements.
The report explains that to achieve the greenhouse gas goals of the plan, policies at the City and SANDAG must change, to prioritize more transit, bicycle infrastructure, crosswalks, complete streets, and to encourage more transit oriented development.Read more
Comment letter from Circulate San Diego on the City of San Diego’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Report (PEIR). [PDF]