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 San Diego Adapts Programs Work for Digital Engagement

Like many of you, Circulate San Diego has been operating remotely for the past few weeks. Staff have adjusted nicely to 0.0 mile commutes, Zoom meetings, and virtual happy hours. We’re proactively adapting the way we implement our programs to meet the needs of our partners, provide quality education and safety resources to the community, and advocate for safe streets.

We'd like to share a few updates on how our team has been able to continue our mission-driven work through established and re-imagined approaches to public engagement.

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Video: COVID 19 and Transportation Sector Panel Discussion

On April 2nd, Circulate convened panelists with diverse transportation backgrounds to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the transportation sector in San Diego and nationally. Our Policy Director, Maya Rosas, moderated the discussion and panelist included:

  • David Bragdon, Executive Director, TransitCenter
  • Kathleen Ferrier, Policy Director, Councilmember Chris Ward
  • Clint Daniels, Senior Planning Manager, WSP
  • Sharon Cooney, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, MTS

We began the discussion by hearing about how transit agencies are being impacted by necessary social distancing guidelines and the $25 billion relief package recently passed by Congress. San Diego regional transit agencies will receive $314 million to continue operating while revenues have fallen steeply.

The panelists also discussed how the pandemic has changed travel patterns, resulting in more people walking and fewer people driving. Across San Diego, people are using their streets differently than before and many other cities have begun enacting changes to support social distancing requirements. 

Click below to watch our panel, COVID-19 and the Transportation Sector:



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