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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

Letter: Incorporating Affordable Homes and Climate Action Plan Facilities in Rebuild San Diego Measure

Circulate San Diego has signed onto a joint letter with the Climate Action Campaign and the San Diego Housing Federation urging the City to incorporate homes and Climate Action Plan facilities in the proposed Rebuild San Diego measure.

To view the joint letter, download the PDF version here: [PDF]


Circulator- Housing Component, SANDAG Public Input, Vision Zero Press Conference, Recap Blog, Program Spotlight, PedsCount! 2016

Adding a Housing Component to the Infrastructure Measure
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Circulate San Diego believes that increasing infrastructure funding is vital to the economic and environmental vitality of the region. The key component to making an infrastructure program work holistically is to dedicate a portion of those funds to affordable homes near public transit. 

Circulate San Diego's Executive Director, Jim Stone, along with the Executive Director of the San Diego Housing Federation, Stephen Russell, co-wrote an editorial for the Voice of San Diego on this topic.

Circulate San Diego also wrote a Policy Letter explaining why any infrastructure measure passed by the City should contain funds for Affordable Homes.


 

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Letter: Road Widening Not Consistent With CAP, Vision Zero

Circulate San Diego has published a letter today objecting to two road widening measures before the Infrastructure Committee: expanding Mission Bay Drive Bridge from four to six lanes and widening Miramar Road to eight lanes with Class 2 bike lanes.  Widening roads does not achieve safe neighborhoods.  In fact, widening roads throughout the City has led to increased vehicular speeds and contributed to a high number of crashes in the City.  These measures are antithetical to the goals of Vision Zero and the Climate Action Plan and, as such, we ask that the projects be reevaluated.  

To read the entire letter, download the PDF version here: [PDF].



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