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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

VIDEO: Circulate talks with NBC San Diego on Airport's Parking Plan

Circulate San Diego Policy Counsel Colin Parent spoke with NBC San Diego about the Airport Authority's plan to build a 1,700 space parking garage. Parent says SANDAG's Regional Plan can give people "better options so they can do something different."

To find out more about what Circulate San Diego says SANDAG can do to improve transit, see our comment letter to their Draft 2015 Regional Plan.

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Watch the video here.


Circulate Staff Named in San Diego 40 Under 40 List

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SD Metropolitan Magazine has named Circulate's own Maya Rosas in its 40 Under 40 list for 2015! Maya works on Circulate San Diego's policy team on projects ranging from the Regional Walk Scorecard to Vision Zero while also writing a master's thesis on pedestrian risk in San Diego and serving as the secretary for the San Diego section of the American Planning Association. The 40 Under 40 list recognizes San Diego's outstanding young leaders annually in their magazine's September issue. Congratulations, Maya!


Press Release: Terrible accident in City Heights shines light on continuing uptick in pedestrian injuries and deaths

Contact: Kathleen Ferrier

619-544-9255, x. 301 (office)

619-571-5231 (cell)

kferrier@circulatesd.org 

SAN DIEGO (August 11, 2015) ---  

Last Friday, two teenage boys were injured while walking in the City Heights neighborhood. One of the victims, a 13-year old boy, had his leg pinned down by the passing car and suffered severe injuries.  According to San Diego Police, the boys were hit by a white Volvo which subsequently fled the scene, making this the second hit and run crash involving a pedestrian, in the last two weeks, the previous occurrence on Market Street.

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