Letter: Support for MTS’ Proposed Joint Development Program

Circulate San Diego supports MTS' proposed Joint Development Program, which will be presented at the February 14th Board of Directors meeting. MTS staff and the Board have demonstrated their leadership to address San Diego’s most pressing issues through Policy 18 and the Joint Development Program implementing procedures. Circulate applauds MTS’ efforts to provide more housing regionally near transit.

Read the letter here [PDF].

Intro Spotlight: Dane Thompson

Circulate's new intern, Dane Thompson has joined us for the spring. We're excited to welcome him to the team. Read his intro/spotlight to learn more about him.

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Public Speaking Training

A catalyst for community participation

Circulate San Diego exists as a multidisciplinary think-tank with expertise in policy and planning. We believe that policy and planning are interconnected fields and Circulate San Diego’s services are enhanced when we blend these two areas of expertise. An example of this collaboration is our public speaking training, a unique program we have developed to support community engagement in local land use.

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Intro Spotlight: Davida Garcia

In keeping with our tradition of interviewing new hires, we asked our new administrator, Davida Garcia, a few questions so that you all can get to know her. 

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Letter: Recommendations for Councilmember Budget Priority Memoranda for FY 2020

Circulate San Diego submitted a letter with recommendations for the FY 2020 budget today. These investments, if funded, will save lives, help the City of San Diego reach its Vision Zero and Climate Action Plan goals, and increase community representation and participation in community planning groups.

Read the letter here [PDF].

Press Release: Four Pedestrians and Cyclists Injured in 2019


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Maya Rosas
Cell: 310-804-5256

Four Pedestrians and Cyclists Injured in 2019

SAN DIEGO (January 8th, 2018) – Four pedestrians and one cyclist have been seriously injured in the first eight days of 2019. This follows 57 pedestrian, motorcyclist, and motorist deaths on the City of San Diego’s streets in 2018, according to the San Diego Police Department.

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