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As a nonprofit, Circulate San Diego relies on the generous donations of our members and community supporters. Your support helps us keep staff at public hearings and to put the pressure on elected officials to do the right thing for housing and mobility choices.
As we look toward the end of 2019, please consider making an end-of-year gift to support Circulate.
Join Circulate San Diego for an office warming and holiday party on December 12, hosted at our new(ish) offices.
We’ll have a fun evening with our diverse and engaged membership for networking, drinks/snacks, music, and celebrations. Mingle with Circulate staff members, local decisionmakers, and professionals in the land use and transportation space.
The event will feature brief remarks from our Executive Director about our accomplishments in 2019. And we have a few other surprises in store.
When: December 12, 2019 at 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Where: Circulate San Diego, 233 A Street, Suite 206, San Diego, CA 92101
RSVP for the Event:
- Purchase Membership and Ticket:The event is free for Circulate members. To become a Circulate member and simultaneously RSVP for the event, register here.
- Tickets for Existing Members: Existing Circulate members and employees of Corporate Members can RSVP for free here.
On November 21st, Circulate San Diego and the Downtown San Diego Partnership were joined by 20 professionals, residents, and urban enthusiasts on a walk audit along Broadway and C Street. These transit-rich corridors provided an abundance of discussion content. Common themes included:
- There is a need for additional wayfinding for the various mobility options and for how to reach destinations by alternative modes. This is especially true near Santa Fe Depot and in touristy areas.
- Wide sidewalks are more comfortable for pedestrians to use, and an overhead tree canopy is a welcomed street amenity and beautification detail.
- Broadway is not a comfortable corridor for cyclists to use, especially with the volume of bus and vehicular traffic. Broadway is, however, one of the few streets downtown that offers through access to the waterfront and an abundance of transit options.
There is always a lot to learn on walk audits, and we appreciate the time and input all of the participants provided.
Thank you to The City of San Diego and SANDAG for providing the funding for this program as a part of #MoveFreeSD.
Have you ridden the new dedicated bike and bus lane on El Cajon Blvd yet?
Tonight, Friday, December 6th, 2019, the Circulate San Diego Planning team is joining the San Diego County Bike Coalition and the California Office of Traffic Safety for their unique bike ride event on the new Boulevard Bus Way on El Cajon Blvd.
Meet at the NEW Boulevard Court at 6 pm (Alabama St & El Cajon Blvd) at 6 pm. The 6-mile ride starts at 7 pm and ends at the Belching Beaver on 30th Street.
For more event details, visit the San Diego Bicycle Coalition website.
What is the Boulevard Bus Way? The Boulevard Bus Way is a dedicated bus and shared bike lane along El Cajon Blvd. This temporary dedication lane improves traffic and allows transit to compete with vehicle travel time. See MTS website for more information.
Join us in welcoming our newest team member and Intern, Eli Lechman! As is our tradition, we interviewed Eli so our supporters and members can get to know him.
To read Eli’s intro/spotlight, Click Here