Intro Spotlight: Octavio Garcia

Some of you may remember our intern, Octavio Garcia who worked with us during the earlier part of 2020. We are excited to announce he has joined Circulate SD as our new Planner. We asked him a few questions so that you all can get to know him! 


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Letter: Bus and Trolley Transfers in the 2021 Regional Transit Fare Update

On January 19th, Circulate submitted a letter recommending the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) Board of Directors revise the proposed 2021 fare changes to include free bus and trolley transfers during one-way trips.

Read Circulate's letter here [PDF].

Letter: Support for multi-use paths in the State Route 67 Improvements Project

Circulate submitted a letter on January 15th, supporting multi-use paths in the State Route 67 Improvements Project. Multi-use paths are a very important component to improving a region's alternative modes of transportation. 

Read Circulate's letter HERE

How to Join Your Community Planning Group - 2021 Events

Circulate San Diego is co-hosting two events this year where you can learn about Community Planning Groups (CPGs) in the City of San Diego!

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Press Release: County of San Diego Community Action Partnership’s 2020 Community Needs Assessment

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Press Release: Your Input is Needed for the County of San Diego Community Action Partnership’s 2020 Community Needs Assessment

SAN DIEGO COUNTY (January 5, 2021) – Through January 15, 2021, Circulate San Diego is working alongside the County of San Diego’s Community Action Partnership to collect input about community needs across the region. To ensure the community has a voice in the process, the County of San Diego and Circulate San Diego invite residents to participate in a Community Needs Assessment Survey and Community Conversations being held virtually.

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Letter: Recommendations for Councilmember Budget Priority Memoranda for FY 2022

Circulate submitted a letter with recommendations for inclusion in Councilmember Budget Priority Memoranda for FY 2022. Circulate requests that the City Council prioritize improvements that meet San Diego's Vision Zero and Climate Action Plan goals and also supports the Mobility Board's recommendations.

Read Circulate's letter and the Mobility Board's letter here [PDF].

Annual Report 2020

We're excited to share with you our Annual Report 2020! 

This year has certainly been a year of change and challenges for all of us. It has also been a year that has amplified the importance of our mission and commitment to creating excellent mobility choices and vibrant, healthy neighborhoods. We want to thank our partners, funders, members, and supporters for helping us continue our mission-driven work throughout the region. 


Coalition Letter: Support for Emergency Funding for California's Transit Agencies

Circulate San Diego signed onto a coalition letter with the California Transit Association to President-Elect Biden and Congressional leaders underscoring the need in emergency funding relief for transit agencies nationwide, including at least $3.1 billion for California’s transit agencies. The letter was signed by more than 40 organizations representing diverse constituencies throughout the state. Read the letter here [PDF].

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