Letter: Comments on Amendments and Addition to the State CEQA Guidelines on the Evaluation of Transportation Impacts

Circulate San Diego signed on to a letter providing comments on the CEQA evaluation of transportation impacts. With other states looking to California as they consider similar changes to environmental laws, it is critical to get these guidelines right to set a good precedent for the rest of the nation.

Read the entire letter here [PDF].


Press Release: MOVE Alliance Certified Town and Country Project Approved at City Council

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Colin Parent, Executive Director and General Counsel

858-442-7374 | cparent@circulatesd.org

MOVE Alliance Certified Town and Country Project Approved at City Council

SAN DIEGO (March 21, 2018) – The San Diego City Council approved the Town and Country project yesterday, a sustainable, infill, transit-oriented development project with important bicycle and pedestrian features. The Lowe Enterprises project earned the MOVE Alliance certification, a program that certifies smart growth projects in San Diego that is operated by Circulate San Diego.

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Press Release: Woman Injured in Hit and Run

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Media Contact:
Maya Rosas
Cell: 310-804-5256
mrosas@circulatesd.org

Woman Injured in Hit and Run


SAN DIEGO (March 16, 2018) – A 48-year-old woman crossing Fordham Street in Midway was struck in a hit and run last night.  At 11:41 P.M, the driver hit the woman while turning onto Fordham Street and fled the scene, leaving her on the street with serious injuries.

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Letter: Response to Delay and Cost Increase for Downtown Mobility Plan Cycle Tracks

Colin Parent, Executive Director and General Counsel, wrote a letter sharing Circulate's disappointment in the reported delay and cost increase for the Downtown Mobility Plan cycle tracks. The letter also expresses hope that action be taken to ensure protected bicycle facilities be installed using low cost temporary materials across the entire network within three years from the Plan’s adoption in 2016, as promised by Mayor Faulconer.

Read the entire letter here [PDF].


Press & Photo Release: Bike-sharing Company ofo Launches in San Diego

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Colin Parent, Executive Director and General Counsel

858-442-7374 | cparent@circulatesd.org

Taylor Bennett, Head of Communications, North America, ofo

703-965-8331 | taylor@ofobike.com 

Press and Photo Release: Bike-sharing Company ofo Launches in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (March 12, 2018) – ofo, the world’s first and largest station-free bicycle-sharing platform, today celebrated its launch in San Diego with city officials and supporters of more convenient and affordable transportation options at a press conference at Waterfront Park. 

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Letter: Bus Transfers in the Development of the Regional Fare Study Packages

Circulate wrote a letter urging the MTS Board of Directors to include free or discounted bus transfers in all packages of the Regional Fare Study. MTS is one of only two of the twenty largest transit agencies in the United States that does not provide free or reduced-price transfers for bus riders. 

Read the entire letter here [PDF].


Circulate San Diego Affordable Homes Policy Recommendations Adopted by San Diego City Council

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Media Contact: Colin Parent
Cell: (858) 442-7374
Email: cparent@circulatesd.org

Circulate San Diego Affordable Homes Policy Recommendations Adopted by San Diego City Council

SAN DIEGO (February 6, 2018) – Today the San Diego City Council adopted a package of Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s policy reforms to promote the development of more affordable homes, many of which were first recommended by Circulate San Diego.

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Press Release: Elderly Pedestrian Seriously Injured on Dangerous Corridor

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Media Contact:

Maya Rosas

Cell: 310-804-5256

mrosas@circulatesd.org

Elderly Pedestrian Seriously Injured on Dangerous Corridor 

SAN DIEGO (February 16, 2018) – A 91-year-old woman was struck by a car driven by a 65 year old in broad daylight yesterday on one of the most dangerous corridors in the City of San Diego. At approximately 2:45 P.M, the driver hit the woman, who was crossing the intersection of El Cajon Boulevard and Altadena Avenue in a crosswalk. 

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