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Congratulations to the 2016 Momentum Awards Nominees!

Join us "At the Nat" for the 2016 Momentum Awards Annual Gala. Each year Circulate San Diego's Momentum Awards celebrate mobility, great neighborhoods, connected communities, and sustainable development, while recognizing the achievements of visionary civic leaders, local governments, and businesses. Click here for tickets.

Citizen Award
Michael Brennan
Brad Richter

Complete Streets Project Award
City of Vista, South Santa Fe Streetscape Project
City of San Diego, University Ave, Complete Streets Project
City of La Mesa & Snipes-Dye Asscoiates, Downtown Village Streetscape
City of National City & Kimley-Hown, A Avenue Green Street Project
Civic San Diego & Chen Ryan Associates, Downtown Mobility Plan 

Cubic Transportation Systems Connectivity Award 
SANDAG & Kimley-Horn, Blue Line Trolley Renewal
City of Encinitas & Schmidt Design Group, Santa Fe Pedestrian Undercrossing
Civic San Diego & MIG, 14th Street Promenade
City of Chula Vista & Rick Engineering, H Street Extension
City of La Mesa & KTU+A, Urban Trails Mobility Action Plan
City of Del Mar, River Path Del Mar
Groundwork San Diego

SDG&E Local Hero Award
Jas Arnold
Matthew Hoffman                                  

Healthy Community Award
City of Chula Vista, Healthy Chula Vista Initiative
The Corky McMillin Companies, Liberty Station 
City of San Diego, Vision Zero Strategic Plan
City of National City & Kimley-Horn, Paradise Creek Educational Park Urban Greening Project
North Park Planning Committee, North Park Community Plan Update
SD Bike Commuter Program

Smart Growth Award
Community Housing Works, North Santa Fe Apartments
Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation & BNIM, Town Center Master Plan


Vision Zero Symposium Next Thursday

Join us for the first Vision Zero Neighborhood Symposium next Thursday, September 29th5:30pm - 8:00pmat Bread & Salt. The Symposium is organized by a coalition of San Diego supporters for safe streets and will feature guest speakers and a panel to discuss the pressing issue of saving lives. Confirmed speakers include: Councilmember David Alvarez, County Public Health Officer Wilma Wooten, City Auditor Eduardo Luna, Representatives from Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s office, and Los Angeles’ Vision Zero Coordinator Nat Gale.

Attendance to the event is free but space is limited, please RSVP here. Childcare and delicious local tamales provided.

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Circulate is looking for volunteers to help with several upcoming events and activities. Volunteering is a great way to be part of the safe transportation transformation in the region.

Circulate is looking for volunteers next two weeks to conduct surveys in North Park area.

Volunteer training Monday afternoon, 5:30 – 6:30 pm, at Circulate office: 1111 Sixth Avenue, Suite 402.
Food and drinks to be provided.

If interested, Please Sign up here.

Saturday, October 8th - Engaging residents with giveaways and street games like cornhole, connect four, and Jenga in order to speak to them about the importance pedestrian and bicycle safety in El Cajon.

If interested, Please Sign up here.

Friday, October 21st - Engaging residents with non-scary costumes, giveaways, and street games like cornhole, connect four, and Jenga in order to speak to them about the importance pedestrian and bicycle safety in El Cajon.

If interested, Please Sign up here.

Pedestrian Safety Audit

San Diego’s City Auditor released a report last week outlining 18 recommendations the City can take to improve pedestrian safety and help save lives. The report finds that as the city moves forward with Vision Zero, it can better utilize existing data and leverage the experience of other cities to improve safety. Highlights from the report are here.