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

Special Circulator-Support Our Efforts to Improve the Compass Card

Circulate San Diego is committed to making public transit safer and more accessible for all.

Every day our staff puts a tremendous amount of effort into this, and yes, we need your financial support. Please give if you can.

We also rely on your help as civically involved residents.

  • On February 29thKPBS published a story revealing that transit riders were at risk of credit card fraud.
  • Two days later, Circulate San Diego launched an online tool for San Diegans lend their voice to improving the Compass Card. (You can still use it!)
  • Your emails brought two MTS board members together to host a press conference and release a letter calling on MTS for action.
  • This weekend, the Union Tribute editorial page endorsed Circulate San Diego’s call to improve the Compass Card.
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Press Release: Loss of Life on San Diego Streets Continues


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

Loss of Life on San Diego Streets Continues 

SAN DIEGO (March 17, 2016) ---  

Two pedestrians were hit while crossing the street over the weekend in separate incidents, with one resulting in death, and the second with life threatening head injuries. The first occurred at 6:30 pm on Fairmount Avenue, a wide four-lane road with high speeds and few crossings. The second pedestrian was a 50-year old man crossing Garnet Avenue, also a wide street, at 10:15 pm in Pacific Beach.

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Policy Letter: SUPPORT for Updates to CEQA Guidelines on Evaluating Transportation Impacts

Circulate San Diego joined with a number of public health, environmental, housing, and transportation advocacy organizations from around California to sign onto a letter to support recommendations for the Updates to the CEQA Guidelines on Evaluating Transportation Impacts, which seeks to implement SB 743 successfully.  

Read the entire letter [PDF]


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