Coalition Letter: Support for Complete Communities - Mobility Choices

Circulate San Diego signed onto a coalition letter in general support of Complete Communities - Mobility Choices. The letter requests that the San Diego City Council hear the item because of the equity, health, and climate benefits for San Diego.

Read the full letter here [PDF].



Intro Spotlight: Angeli Calinog

In keeping with our tradition of interviewing new team members, we asked our new Policy Manager, Angeli, a few questions so that you all can get to know her!

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Coalition Letter: Recommendations for Vision Zero Strategic Plan and Role of Enforcement

Circulate and members of the Vision Zero Coalition drafted a series of equity and enforcement recommendations for the Vision Zero Strategic Plan.

Read the full letter to Mayor Faulconer [PDF].


PRESS RELEASE - Nominees Announced for Circulate San Diego’s 2020 Momentum Awards

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 14, 2020
Contact: Colin Parent, Executive Director and General Counsel
619-567-6856 | cparent@circulatesd.org

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Letter: Request for Governor Signature on AB 2345

Circulate sent a letter to the Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, requesting his signature on Assembly Bill 2345 (Gonzalez). Circulate co-sponsored AB 2345 because it will enhance California’s Density Bonus Law, a critical statewide program to encourage affordable and market rate homes throughout California.

Read the full letter here [PDF].


Letter: Request for Governor Signature on SB 288

Circulate sent a letter to the Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, in support of Senate Bill 288 (Wiener). This bill accelerates sustainable transit projects that will get people back to work and increase transportation choices by providing a two-year CEQA exemption. This bill has passed the legislature. It needs the governor’s signature to become law.

Read the full letter here [PDF].


Letter: Response to Public Safety Hazard on Eastbound Washington Street

Circulate signed onto a letter with a coalition of local advocacy organizations requesting the City of San Diego immediately address the public safety hazard on eastbound Washington Street. The letter requests the City of San Diego to restore the Washington Street bike lane until the completion of the SANDAG Washington Street Bikeway in this area. On August 21st, 2020, a 66-year old bicyclist was critically injured by a hit-and-run driver on this current Class III bicycle facility. 

Read the full letter here [PDF].



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