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Circulator - 12/15/2023

Become a member and support fast transit, safe streets, and more housing

Circulate San Diego is the region’s leading organization dedicated to advancing mobility choices, more walkable and bikeable neighborhoods, and land use policies that promote sustainable growth.

Become a member now and enjoy the benefits of membership through the end of 2024. Members get invitations to our Quarterly Membership Mixers, early access to our groundbreaking reports, and higher-level members receive complimentary tickets to our annual Momentum Awards.

Imagine a San Diego where all people have safe, affordable housing and participate meaningfully in the economy. Where diverse, inclusive communities connect seamlessly, and our region thrives. Our Members make that possible.

Thank You to Community HousingWorks and Keeler Court!

In 2018, Circulate received a grant from Community HousingWorks to provide pedestrian, bicycle, and transit education for the residents of the new development. We did a variety of activities for the residents including our safety town presentations, pedestrian/bicycle safety presentations, walk audits, transit field trips, and many other activities throughout the years!

After 5+ years of work, we are at the conclusion of the grant but promise to keep working with the Keeler community and other communities adjacent! Thank you to Community HousingWorks for entrusting us with this work and we look forward to any future opportunities!

The City Buena Park’s First Active Transportation Plan

This past weekend, the planning team was in the City of Buena Park for their holiday event Candy Caneland! It was the final community engagement event for the city’s first Active Transportation Plan (ATP). The ATP will help address the needs of people who walk, bike, or take transit every day in the City of Buena Park.

The project consisted of three community events, such as Candy Caneland, two community workshops, SCAG’s Go Human Safety Demonstration, and multiple community stakeholder meetings to actively involve all members of the community’s feedback into the ATP.

Some feedback includes expanding the bicycle network throughout the city, creating safe crossings at intersections, and improving sidewalk conditions and connectivity.

We appreciate all the stakeholders and community event attendees who were passionate about the ATP and their feedback on the plan.

Stay True Cycleworks Bicycle Maintenance Courses

Looking to get more hands-on with your bike? Stay True Cycleworks is here to help you learn more about your bike.

Three different courses have been announced for the month of January: (1) Flat Repair Clinic; (2) Bicycle 101 and 102; and (3) Intermediate Bicycle Maintenance.

Classes are available on weekday evenings and Saturday mornings. Circulate staff participated in the Intermediate Bicycle Maintenance course and learned a ton about the fundamentals of keeping bicycles safe and operational.

Check out the Stay True Cycleworks website to sign up for classes and learn more about each program.