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Join our Team
Circulate San Diego is looking for a new project coordinator to join our team. The primary role of the Project Coordinator is to effectively deliver and manage active transportation planning and community outreach projects. The Project Coordinator will ensure projects are completed on time, on budget and to agreed quality standards. The Project Coordinator will work under the supervision of the Director of Programs and works closely with cities, public agencies, community groups, local stakeholders, and residents. For a complete job description and information on how to apply, click here.
SANDAG Seeks to Applicants for Audit Committee
SANDAG is currently recruiting applications for its new Audit Committee, a result of AB 805. We want to encourage anyone with relevant experience in the Circulate San Diego network to apply. The application period closes on February 3, 2018. As of January 24, SANDAG had received no applications for public members.
MTS Service Changes Start this Weekend
In the fall of 2017, the MTS Board of Directors approved service changes recommended in their Transit Optimization Plan (TOP). As a result, many bus routes are being changed to increase travel efficiency. For more information about the TOP, and the service changes that go into effect this weekend, click here.
Circulate Supports SANDAG Projects
It is definitely grant season! And while Circulate San Diego is fast at work submitting our own proposals to fulfill our mission of creating excellent mobility choices and vibrant, healthy neighborhoods, we are also writing many letters to support the grant applications of other agencies and organizations. To learn more about the SANDAG grant proposals we are supporting, click here.
Georgette Gomez Named New MTS Chairwoman
Last week the MTS's board of directors unanimously selected Georgette Gomez to be their new Chairwoman. We want to congratulate Councilwoman Gomez for this great accomplishment and we look forward to working with her to make transit more efficient and accessible for all in the San Diego region. To read about the possible implications of her selection as the new MTS chairwoman, read this story from Voice of San Diego.