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Earlier this month, Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced that he was directing staff to design protected bikeways on 30th Street from Howard Avenue to Juniper Street. Months ago, local residents brought up the 30th Street Resurfacing project as an opportunity to install bike infrastructure. Councilmember Chris Ward led the community dialogue about the potential bike infrastructure and facilitated the positive outcome to install protected bikeways.
Thank you to Councilmember Ward and Mayor Faulconer for your leadership! It will take bold action like installing fully protected bike lanes in North Park for San Diego to meet its Vision Zero and Climate Action Plan goals.
Circulate San Diego is pleased to announce that we have received a grant from Kaiser Permanente for our Safe Routes to Older Adults efforts in Chula Vista.
Our team will support Chula Vista’s efforts to become an age-friendly community by identifying common destinations for older adults and provide tools and recommendation on ways to improve access to these places via active transportation. We look forward to continue the work started with the City of Chula Vista, the Norman Park Senior Community Center, and other local stakeholders. Stay tuned for trainings, mobility assessments, and a toolkit for interventions to be developed over the upcoming year.
We are excited to announce, beginning June 1, 2019, we will be located in the Centre City Building at 233 A Street, Suite 206, San Diego, CA 92101. Our phone and fax numbers will remain the same. Feel free to stop by and say hello!
Special thanks to our Corporate Members:
Their support allows Circulate San Diego to go "above and beyond" to advance our mission to create excellent mobility choices and vibrant, healthy neighborhoods. Your firm, company or employer can find more information on our Corporate Membership page.