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

Circulate Announces National Walking-Transit Collaborative


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Jim Stone
Office: 619-544-9255 x303
Cell: 619-994-7668


Circulate San Diego Partners with America Walks to Form Transit-Walkability Collaborative

New coalition plans to promote walkable, transit-rich communities
SAN DIEGO (February 23, 2017) –  Circulate San Diego announced today the formation of the Transit-Walkability Collaborative, whose purpose is to expand safe, healthy, equitable, and sustainable communities by harnessing the synergy between walkability and quality public transit service.
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Driver Runs Red Light, Kills Pedestrian Crossing Mira Mesa Boulevard


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Jim Stone   Jean Walcher  Sandy Young
cell: 619-994-7668   cell: 619-992-5925    cell: 858-699-6521




Driver Runs Red Light, Kills Pedestrian Crossing Mira Mesa Boulevard

SAN DIEGO (February 16, 2017) – A 59-year-old female was struck and killed by a car whose driver ran a red light on Mira Mesa Boulevard this morning. The woman was walking with a 64-year-old male who survived the crash with serious injuries, including a broken leg and serious head injuries. 

“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,” said Kathleen Ferrier, director of advocacy, Circulate San Diego, which helped bring Vision Zero to the city. “Traffic injuries and deaths are preventable. The continuous loss of life can be stopped and our leaders must make it a priority to save lives.”  

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