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SANDAG is soliciting public input regarding a ballot measure it is planning for November 2016. We are asking Circulate San Diego supporters tell SANDAG they support a measure that advances transit and active transportation.

1. How you can help:

A. Complete this online survey and make your voice heard!

B. Attend one of SANDAG's telephone town halls. RSVP on the event page to let us know you'll participate. 

C. Attend one of SANDAG's Public Meetings. RSVP on the event page to let us know you'll participate. 

2. What to Tell SANDAG:

A. Any ballot measure should fund advancing transit faster than the recently adopted 2015 Regional Plan.

B. Any ballot measure should have funds for active transportation, including bicycling and safe infrastructure.

C. Any ballot measure should help fund affordable housing near transit, which has been shown to reduce greenhouse gasses.

Visit the event page to learn more about the public input process


How to Join Your Community Planning Group

Join Circulate San Diego and our partners for a panel and discussion on how residents of the City of San Diego can serve on their local community planning groups.

Community planning groups are an important mechanism for determining how San Diego will grow and develop. Circulate San Diego is encouraging a diverse group of committed San Diegans to participate in the City’s community planning groups.

Learn more on the Event Page

Program Spotlight: Safe Routes to Nature

Below is a Program Spotlight Blog from one of Circulate's newest staff members Paola Boylan, Program Coordinator. In the blog below, she spotlights just one of the terrific series of programs Circulate has been working on to improve sustainable mobility throughout the San Diego Region. 

The Otay Valley Regional Park (OVRP) is an ideal place for a morning run, afternoon stroll with your family or even a mountain biking or horseback riding adventure. Elementary student across Otay are discovering this wonderful landscape through the Safe Routes to Nature Program spearheaded by Circulate San Diego and Funded by the San Diego Foundation. 

Throughout the 2015-16 school year, students across Otay are beginning their mini-adventures from school to the OVRP trail head, learning safety tips about how to be a visible and aware pedestrian on the street, and courteous and safe on trails. Volunteer Canyoneers from the San Diego Natural History Museum join students at the trailhead and create a fun and exciting educational environment, bringing the classroom outside.

Read the full blog post.

Call for 2016 Volunteers

Circulate San Diego is looking for volunteers to support our upcoming 2016 community projects. Volunteering is a great way to be part of the safe transportation transformation in the region, participate in community & events, and build your resume with new experiences. 

Interested? Sign up here!