Congratulations to Morgen and Octavio, who have both been promoted to Associate Planner.
Since joining Circulate, they have worked both independently and collectively to help advance the Circulate mission. As Associate Planners, they will have increased project management responsibilities and continue to diversify their professional portfolios.
They are incredible assets to the Circulate team. Thank you for your hard work, dedication, and commitment to the organization. We look forward to seeing what's to come in 2022!
Join Circulate San Diego for our first 2022 Membership Mixer on January 20th, hosted at HG Fenton’s BLVD North Park, on their beautiful terrace.
We’ll have a fun evening with our diverse and engaged membership for networking, free drinks, music, and celebrations. Mingle with Circulate staff members, local decision makers, and professionals in the land use and transportation space.
The event will feature remarks from special guest, Council President Sean Elo-Rivera.
When: January 20, 2021 at 5:00pm - 7:00pm (our short program begins at 6:00pm)
Where: BLVD North Park, 2020 El Cajon Blvd., San Diego, CA 92104
RSVP for the Event:
- Renew or Purchase 2022 Circulate Membership and Ticket: The event is free for Circulate members. To become a Circulate member and simultaneously RSVP for the event, register here.
- Existing 2022 Circulate Members: Existing Circulate members and employees of Corporate Members can RSVP for free here.
- Optional Project Tour: Limited spaces are available for a 4:15 PM private tour of the property with members of the development team. To reserve your space, email Davida Garcia ([email protected]).
E-Bike Opportunity Drawing:
This Sunday, January 9, from 10am – 2pm, come explore Downtown Encinitas FREE of cars! The Coast Highway 101 will be closed to automobile traffic from D Street to J Street in order to allow cyclists, skaters, and pedestrians access local businesses on open streets. There will be games, music, and activities!
For more info, click HERE!
Be sure to stop by the Circulate booth to learn about Vision Zero and traffic safety. See you there!
Circulate submitted a letter urging City Council members to include additional funding for the Safe and Sustainable Transportation All Ages and Abilities Team (STAT team) to create additional quick build bikeways in San Diego.
These bikeways should be prioritized in the areas where the most injuries and deaths occur. In addition, they should form a network that offers bicyclists of all ages and abilities safe paths throughout the urban core, and serve as a proof of concept for future projects throughout the city.
Put simply, quick build will save lives. Read the full letter here.
For those who have been following our progress on the City of Solana Beach Safe Routes to School (SRTS) mobility assessments, we are pleased to announce that we wrapped up our final two assessments in December 2021. These assessments helped identify issues relating to student drop-off and pick-up that may make it unsafe or uncomfortable for students to walk, bike, or roll to and from school.
After completing audits at Fusion Academy and the Boys and Girls Club, we were able to prepare reports for each of the eight public and private schools within the city limits of Solana Beach. Each report contains descriptive details on the walking, biking, and driving environments surrounding the schools along with visuals and mapped representations of our site observations. Our project partners will review these reports, and then they will be distributed to the city and the schools.
We’ll definitely miss getting to roam around beautiful Solana Beach, but we’ll be back in the city soon enough to complete a few SRTS outreach events—so stay tuned!
Study finds MTS could link trolley to the airport within 10 years, KPBS, December 20, 2021
An Airport-to-trolley connection | KPBS Public Media, California News Times, December 21, 2021
San Jose traffic deaths near record levels for 2021, families and officials address improvements, California News Times, December 22, 2021