Creating excellent mobility choices and
vibrant, healthy neighborhoods

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

Circulator - January 27th

Circulate San Diego is Hiring
Position Announcement: Director of Programs

Opening Date: January 27, 2017
Closing Date: February 17, 2017 (position will remain open until filled)
Classification: Full Time, Salaried (some evening and weekend work required)

Do you have a background in urban planning and want to have an impact on the San Diego region? Circulate San Diego, the area’s leading advocate for transportation choices and sustainable land use, is looking to fill a spot on its dynamic and talented team. This is an ideal opportunity to be a change maker in the San Diego region.

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Policy Letter: Recommendations for Win-Win-Win Approaches to Housing Affordability in the City of San Diego

Date Published January 25, 2017

  • Download the full PDF Version of the Letter [PDF]

Councilmember Sherman

City Administration Building

202 C Street, 11th Floor

San Diego, CA 92101


RE: Recommendations for Win-Win-Win Approaches to Housing Affordability in the City of San Diego


Dear Councilmember Sherman:

On behalf of Circulate San Diego, whose mission it is to create excellent mobility choices and vibrant, healthy neighborhoods, I am writing to provide recommendations for a framework on how to craft improvements to housing policy in the City of San Diego.

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Circulate San Diego Comments for SANDAG NOP of Program EIR for the 2019 Regional Plan

Circulate San Diego submitted comments in response to the Notice of Preparation for the Program Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the 2019 Regional Plan issued by SANDAG on November 14, 2016. Our comments included two core points:

(1) The EIR must contain one or more transit-friendly reasonable alternatives that are financially constrained and do not require an amendment of the 2004 TransNet Ordinance.

(2) The EIR should analyze the extent to which the Regional Plan does or does not meet the mode-share goals for local jurisdictions with Climate Action Plans.

Read the full letter [PDF]. 


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