Check out this week's featured stories:
Nominations closing soon for the 2020 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.
You are encouraged to self-nominate and to nominate a client's project. We are also including a new "COVID-19 Innovation Award" category for efforts to help the region navigate the pandemic.
This year, we're offering special online-visibility opportunities for Momentum Award sponsors to reach people during COVID-19
If your organization would like to sponsor the Momentum Awards, and secure visibility with industry leaders, agency leadership, and elected officials, become a Corporate Member of Circulate today.
Have you heard about our recent Crash Not Accident campaign? We are asking residents to commit to saying traffic crashes and not accident. The reason we say crash is because the word accident makes traffic crashes sound like they are preventable and exonerates responsibility of the person who caused the collision. Sign the pledge today: circulatesd.org/crashnotaccident.
Our special second edition re-print of everybody’s favorite comic book here is here! We partnered with California Office of Traffic Safety to launch a refreshed resource with more information about what Vision Zero means to San Diego and ways to get involved. Captain VZ will soon be available in San Diego Unified School libraries.
Join us in saying farewell to our intern, Lindsey Jacques! As is our tradition, we conducted an exit interview with her to share her experience with us and to celebrate her journey forward.
To read Lindsey’s exit spotlight, Click Here!
This week was our policy director, Maya Rosas’ last week at Circulate San Diego. Read a blog post from Maya about her three years at Circulate!
Bill to Build More Affordable Units in California Passes Senate Housing Committee, East County Today, August 6, 2020
Can Hasan Ikhrata sell San Diego on a $177 billion transit revolution in a pandemic? The San Diego Union Tribune, August 8, 2020