November 18, 2019
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SDSU Mission Valley Earns Circulate Mobility Certification for Transit-Oriented Plan
SAN DIEGO – The nonprofit think tank Circulate San Diego awarded its Mobility Certification to SDSU Mission Valley, a transit-oriented and sustainable plan proposed for Mission Valley. The Mobility Certification is a program to recognize and support transit-oriented, smart growth proposals in the San Diego region.Read more
Circulate San Diego signed on to a letter to California State Transportation Agency Secretary David S. Kim with support for the Draft 2020 Interregional Transportation Improvement Program (ITIP). The ITIP prioritizes investment for shovel-ready mobility projects that will increase transportation options for all Californians.
Read the letter here [PDF].
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Two Pedestrian Struck by Car in Chollas View
SAN DIEGO (November 5, 2019) – Two pedestrians were hit by a driver who failed to yield while they were crossing the street in a high visibility crosswalk with flashing lights. At around 8:00pm, a group of pedestrians were crossing 47th Street when a driver of a Cadillac CTS drove through the crosswalk, seriously injuring two people. The collision is detailed in the San Diego Police Department’s Watch Commander’s Log.Read more
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Contact: Colin Parent
Circulate San Diego Announces 2019 Momentum Award Winners
Last night local nonprofit Circulate San Diego awarded a number of individuals and public agencies with “Momentum Awards,” as a part of Circulate’s annual awards gala.Read more
Circulate San Diego submitted a letter to Coastal Commission in support of the City of San Diego's parking reforms for multifamily housing in Transit Priority Areas. Coastal access is imperative for all Californians, and this policy will provide more coastal access by allowing more homes near the coast, and more opportunities to access the coast by those who do not drive or own cars.
Read the full letter here [PDF].
On Tuesday October 8th, Circulate San Diego staff joined Congressman Scott Peters to announce the introduction of his Build More Housing Near Transit Act. The bill will require that federal transit investments consider how local governments are prepared to allow new market-rate and affordable homes near transit.
Circulate advised the Congressman’s office on the bill language. We were given a “shout-out” during the press conference for our contributions, which was included in the San Diego Union Tribune. The press conference was also covered by the Times of San Diego and KUSI, among other outlets.