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 COVID-19 Adaption - Achilles Coffee

Circulate continues to support Curbside San Diego, a program designed to promote economic recovery for local businesses. Circulate is working with  local businesses and business improvement districts to provide design and installation services for businesses looking to expanding business functions (outdoor dining, queuing, curbside pick-up, retail, etc.) into the public right-of-way to adhere to local COVID-19 protocols.

Creative Engagement - ESRI StoryMaps

Circulate often uses the ArcGIS web-based application ‘StoryMap’ to showcase project data with local jurisdictions and residents in a fun and easy to use format. To view some of our recent work, visit the following links: San Diego BIPOC History RideDiscover Cortez, Move Free SD, and Move Free SD Portrait Series.

Creative Engagement - Safe Ride Field Guide

Circulate has worked hard to provide fun and informative walking & biking resources for people to access online whenever, wherever. One resource we are really excited about is the Safe Ride Field Guide, available in English and Spanish. With nuggets of information and activities scattered across the colorful pages, this is an essential guide for every age and biker. 

We hope you find these resources helpful and motivating! Funding was provided by the California Office of Traffic Safety. Special thanks to the League of American Bicyclists for providing the terrific illustrations for this book. To download our Safe Ride Field Guide, visit here.

Mobility Assessment - Costa Verde

Circulate works with public and private clients to assess walking, biking, transit, and micro-mobility access at varying scales. Circulate partnered with Regency Centers and Southwest Strategies to conduct a mobility assessment of bicycle, pedestrian, transit, and micro-mobility access at the existing Costa Verde development in the University Town Center (UTC) area of San Diego. Costa Verde has re-development plans that coincide with the MTS Blue Line Trolley extension to the site. 

School-Based Program - Lemon Grove Walk and Roll To School

Circulate San Diego partnered with the City of Lemon Grove and School District to encourage families to walk and bike to school. This project targeted 5 neighborhood schools: Mount Vernon, Monterey Heights, San Altos, San Miguel, and Lemon Grove Academy. The goals of the program was improve the health and safety of students and the community, make walking and biking fun, safe and a viable transportation options, decrease traffic congestion and pollution around schools, as well as promote independence and mobility for students. Launched in 2012, this program is one of the most sustainable school programs in the region.

Active Aging - Livable La Mesa

Circulate worked with the City of La Mesa, AARP, and The San Diego Foundation to create an Age-Friendly Action Plan. This initiative is an affiliate of the World Health Organization’s Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities, an international effort launched in 2006 to help cities prepare for their own and the world’s growing population of older adults. AARP’s Network of Age-Friendly Communities targets improvements in eight domains that influence the health and quality of life of older adults. Over the course of the next year, and with input from the La Mesa residents, the Livable La Mesa project will prepare a plan to help make La Mesa a community for all ages.