Comments from Circulate San Diego on the development of SANDAG's Transit Oriented Development Strategy. [PDF]
Policy Letter: Alternatives for SANDAG’s Environmental Analysis for San Diego Forward: The Regional Plan
Letter from Circulate San Diego, the San Diego Housing Federation, and the American Lung Association in California asking for alternatives for SANDAG’s environmental analysis for San Diego Forward: The Regional Plan. [PDF]
Letter to SANDAG regarding its January 2015 TOD forum, encouraging discussion about a robust and meaningful TOD Policy. [PDF]
Circulate San Diego provided comments in response to SANDAG's modeling of an Accelerated Network for the 2015 Regional Plan, which shows clear advantages to the Preferred Network. [PDF]
La Mesa Safe Routes Guide is a rich and comprehensive guide for Safe Routes to School. This guide provides an overview of the La Mesa Walk N Roll Safe Routes to School Project WalkSanDiego (Circulate San Diego's predecessor organization) implemented for the City of La Mesa. Additionally, this guide is designed to be a resource for new or expanding programs. It is full of helpful resources and examples, and decriptions of how program components were conducted within this project. Also, it provides details on how to incorporate an intergenerational component to an existing Safe Routes to School Program.
Imperial Beach: Let's Move Together! is a 2013 report that provides an overview of the project process and includes recommendations to enhance walkability in the City of Imperial Beach around schools. The project was funded by a Community-Based Transportation Planning Grant thorugh CalTrans.
We created the Regional Walk Scorecard to raise awareness of policies and funding decisions that impact walkability, and to create healthy competition among cities to champion walk-friendly policies and facilities. WalkSanDiego issued the first Walk Scorecard in 2012, in which we recognized National City as the top-ranked jurisdiction.
For this second edition of the Regional Walk Scorecard, special emphasis was given to on-the-ground pedestrian safety improvements. This change was made in direct response to feedback we received following our last effort. This year, we’ve counted crossing improvements at intersections, safer amenities around schools, and the use of innovative treatments such as mid-block crossings and lighting, and signals recently approved by the state to draw more attention to the presence of pedestrians along streets and at crossings.
From Policy to Pavement: Implementing Complete Streets in the San Diego Region promotes the implementation of Complete Streets by sharing best practices, examining the legal context for policies, and most importantly, offering a Toolbox for greater implementation. Through collaboration with San Diego APA in the San Diego Complete Streets Task Force, WalkSanDiego (Circulate San Diego's predecessor organization) prepared the paper to promote Complete Streets, encourage dialogue and recognize innovative projects in the San Diego region.