Earlier this year, Circulate San Diego published a report on how the City of San Diego can implement the Climate Action Plan with more transit oriented development.
Today we are releasing a letter to supporters detailing the impact of our recent report. The short summary: Our Transit Oriented Development Report is improving San Diego’s land use policy.
As our letter details, a number of the recommendations from our TOD Report have already made it into the work plans for Mayor Faulconer’s administration, and for the work plan of the City Council’s Smart Growth and Land Use Committee.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s “Housing SD” Plan – [June 21, 2017]
Smart Growth Committee’s 2017 Work Plan – [February 10, 2017]
Circulate’s TOD Report generated a variety of news coverage, from leading outlets in the region. A sample of articles is available below:
“Fees, zoning may be keys to reducing housing prices,” [Union Tribune, January 11, 2017]
“Report Calls For Improvements To San Diego’s ‘Smart Growth’ Policies,” [KPBS, January 9, 2017]
“A New Approach on Housing: Forget Density,” [Voice of San Diego, February 1, 2017]
Circulate San Diego can only continue our work advocating for transportation choices and affordable homes with the support of our community. Please consider joining as a member to support our work!
Interim Executive Director, Circulate San Diego
P.S.: We also welcome corporate and organizational members!