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Circulate San Diego is a regional grassroots organization formed through the merger of Move San Diego and WalkSanDiego, San Diego County's leading organizations dedicated to advancing mobility and making the region a better place to live, work, learn, and play. Our work focuses on creating great mobility choices, more walkable and bikeable neighborhoods, and land uses that promote sustainable growth.



What's New at Circulate

La Mesa Urban Trails: The "Jewel of the Hills” Has Four New Jewels

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Late Tuesday afternoon, the La Mesa City Council unanimously approved its “Urban Trails Mobility Action Plan,” the next step in developing a comprehensive urban trails network along its streets. 

The plan was the final product of a multi-year Caltrans grant, and Circulate San Diego was instrumental in conducting a robust public outreach process designed to not only conduct traditional community engagement exercises, but to supplement these activities with a community walking group of over 400 residents.

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Letter: Support AB 828 For Affordable Transportation Access

Circulate San Diego joined with a number of transportation advocacy organizations from around California to sign onto a support letter for AB 828, which eases outdated restrictions on ride-hailing drivers.

To view the joint letter, see: [PDF]


Press Release: Time for Action on Vision Zero

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Contact: Kathleen Ferrier
619-544-9255, x. 301 (office)
619-571-5231 (cell)
kferrier@circulatesd.org

In Wake of Rising Death Toll, Time for Action on Vision Zero

SAN DIEGO (February 17, 2016) ---

In the wake of two tragic traffic fatalities last week, the transportation advocacy group Circulate San Diego is calling on City Leaders to dedicate funds in next year's budget to save lives.

A beloved community leader of Mission Beach and an 85-year old man from Mira Mesa lost their lives last week in preventable tragedies. Manuta Gardner was hit as a result of road rage and the gentleman was hit while crossing the street.

These deaths are not the first this year and come when at least three others were seriously injured while walking or bicycling in the same time period. Further, they come on the heels of 2015 where 54 people lost their lives in traffic crashes, and where the number of serious injuries among people walking rose 42% from the previous year.

Circulate San Diego and a diverse coalition of 20 organizations have been promoting a program for the last year called Vision Zero that would end these deaths to San Diego.

The concept behind Vision Zero is to reach zero traffic deaths through safer street design, education, and enforcement. The program has been successful in other U.S. and European cities.

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