Don’t sit on the sidelines!
Today is the day to support Circulate San Diego. We are the leading voice in the region for transit, safe streets, and sustainable growth. You believe in the work that we do, and you want us to succeed.
Your support keeps our issues front and center at public hearings, in the halls of power, and in the press. Together, with you members like you, we are working towards a more equitable, sustainable and prosperous San Diego.
Your donation is an invest in this future! Join the movement today and donate today!
Nominations are now open for Circulate San Diego’s annual Momentum Awards. Our Momentum Awards honor the people and projects in the San Diego region that are advancing excellent mobility choices and vibrant, healthy neighborhoods.
- Advocacy Award
- Connectivity Award
- Vision Zero Award
- Complete Streets Award
- Innovation Award
- Sustainable Growth
- Mid-Coast Award
- Public Voice Award
Learn about award criteria and nominate your favorite project, agency, company, or individual by 5:00 pm on July 1st, 2022.
You are encouraged to self-nominate and to nominate a client's project. Don't wait submit your nomination today!
Join us in National City’s Kimball Park tomorrow, May 28th (10am-1pm), to participate in the final of eight Senior Saturday events. You will be able to partake in a community safety expo, dance and listen to music, and access resources for healthcare, adult education, and more!
Thank you in advance to our partners from San Ysidro Health, UCSD Shiley Marcos Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, Southern Caregiver Resource Center, National City Adult School, Molina Healthcare, the San Diego Foundation, and the City of National City’s Community Services Department.
These events are free for all residents to come together for a wide variety of activities geared towards senior interests and abilities. You do not need to reside in National City to attend Senior Saturday. Don’t miss your last chance to join in on the fun!
Bike to Work Day 2022 was this past May 19 all throughout San Diego County. Circulate hosted two booths, one in Imperial Beach and one in City Heights from 6am-9am. Hundreds of people visited our booths where we provided goodies, t-shirts and refreshments! We hope to see more of you come out and bike next year!
VIDEO: UCLA Housing, Equity & Community Series: Space for People or for Cars? Housing Implications of Statewide Parking Reform
Thank you for attending the May 11th Housing, Equity and Community Series “Space for People or for Cars? Housing Implications of Statewide Parking Reform” webinar with Assemblymember Laura Friedman, California’s 43rd Assembly District; Adam Millard-Ball, UCLA Luskin Associate Professor of Urban Planning; Rochelle Mills, President and CEO, Innovative Housing Opportunities; and Colin Parent, Executive Director and General Counsel, Circulate San Diego. The HEC Series is a joint UCLA endeavor from the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and the Ziman Center for Real Estate.
If you were unable to join us and would like to review the webinar video, please click on the YouTube link below:
WATCH THE WEBINAR VIDEO HERE!
Last Saturday, May 21st, Circulate staff joined the City of Solana Beach and CR Associates at Fiesta Del Sol to begin public outreach for our Safe Routes to School project. We spoke with parents about their concerns regarding the safety of their children’s commutes to and from school, and distributed surveys gathering information on how to facilitate more walking and biking trips among students and their guardians. It may not have been the sunniest of days for a Fiesta Del Sol, but we still had a blast getting to speak with everybody and enjoy some live music!
Day One of the National Planning Conference—Reunions, Pandemic Planning, Equity, and VMT, Planetizen, May 1, 2022
Countywide Transportation Coalition Turn in Signatures for Ballot Measure, Times of San Diego, 5/13/2022
Opinion: Are We Willing to Trade Homes in Midway for a New Arena — Again?, Times of San Diego, May 23, 2022