Unveiling Circulate San Diego
YOU'RE INVITED to participate when we activate our new name CIRCULATE!!!!
Walk San Diego and Move San Diego will consolidate and we are ready to communicate.
Please participate on Friday, March 28. A light lunch will be provided at noon so don't be late!
Populate the 105 Bus Route (a 5 min walk away) or
Activate your legs with the Green Line Trolley (a 10 min walk away). You could even
Integrate Car2Go into your trip!
Be the first to contemplate our NEW LOGO and listen as we articulate our goals for improving the community.
Incorporate health, environment, economy, and equity into our work!
Responde Si Vous Plait by Tuesday, March 25th.
12 pm - 1:30 pm
Future Mid-Coast Light Rail Trolley Station
Jerome's Furniture Store (Parking Lot)
1190 W. Morena Blvd
San Diego, CA
*No cost to attend but donations are highly encouraged!
Transportation Choices Summit 2014
April 22 and 23
*Scholarships are available
Registration is now open for the 3rd Annual Transportation Choices Summit and Advocacy Day, on April 22nd and 23rd. Join with Move San Diego and TransForm in Sacramento as we unite advocates and leaders from across California, and expand the movement for sustainable and equitable transportation and housing!
At the Summit on April 22, hear from California’s most innovative leaders and advocates on sustainable transportation, safer biking and walking, and healthy, safe neighborhoods. Sessions include skill-building trainings, updates on urgent legislation, and networking opportunities to build powerful connections for local, regional, and statewide advocacy, as well as a keynote address by Senator Kevin de León.
Our optional Advocacy Day on April 23 gives you the opportunity to represent your community and the people of California! Walk the Capitol building with other grassroots advocates to meet representatives and their staff, making our voices heard in support of biking, walking, transit, and homes affordable to all.
Scholarships and travel grants are available to make the conference accessible to all; apply by February 24. Summit registration is sliding scale $25 to $100; register now because space is limited! Advocacy Day is free, but requires pre-registration. We welcome the support of additional summit sponsors to support our scholarship program!
Please contact Danielle Fodor for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
San Diego's 2nd CicloSDias is coming to PB!
|CicloSDias Pacific Beach
Sunday, March 30th, 2014
WHAT: CicloSDias will open 2.5 miles of streets, car-free, in Pacific Beach to pedestrians, cyclists, families, and anyone who can imagine a new way to use them.
This is an opportunity for neighbors and community members to come together and enjoy open, car-free streets.
WHERE: The hubs of the event are the intersections at Garnet and Ingraham, Garnet and Mission Blvd, Turquoise and Cass St, and Turquoise and La Jolla Mesa Dr.
WHEN: Sunday, March 30th, 2014 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m
WHY: CicloSDias provides a novel type of public space that encourages people of all ages and backgrounds to meet and make social connections, thereby allowing individuals, community organizations, and civic leaders to build relationships. CicloSDias will bring thousands of people to support local businesses and fuel San Diego's economy.
SUPPORT: This event is FREE to the public. The San Diego County Coalition is raising $15,000 for event costs. Please visit https://fundly.com/ciclosdias-2014-pacific-beach and help us reach our goal. Please repost this site on social media and help us spread the word. Fundraising details and incentives below.
SPECIAL KICKOFF INCENTIVE*** The first 8 individual fundraisers to raise $500 or more will receive a seat on a group bike from City Cruisers. This ride will visit 3 bars and include 3 flights of craft beer. Start fundraising!
$5,000 and up: Ipad
$2,500 -$4,999: Go Pro OR Kindle Fire
$2,499-$1001: Single Bike Pannier (a nice one) OR Ipod Nano
$1000 -$500: San Diego County Bicycle Coalition Jersey
*Rewards are not cumulative
Start your fundraising page today! https://fundly.com/ciclosdias-2014-pacific-beach
For web support or more information contact email@example.com
Check out our Livable Streets Coalition Questionnaire
In preparation for the upcoming special mayoral election on February 11, 2014, Livable Streets Coalition sent out questions to each candidate framing our 5-in-5 plan. Read their responses here!
Also check out the Facebook page to learn more about our 5-in-5 goals.
Effective January 2014, Move San Diego and WalkSanDiego will merge to create a holistic vision for the San Diego region that supports sustainable land uses for creating effective mobility choices such as walking, biking, transit and more!
Execited for new opportunities? We sure are. As we build a bigger team, we need you to volunteer with us and GET INVOLVED!
In January 2014, we are moving in with the awesome team of Walk SD as we complete our merger (name to be revealed in 2014) and we will co-locate with the SD Bicycle Calition. Walk Bike Move in the same hub? That's mobility central! How exciting is that!
Donate to us today to support the future via our online Better Giving portal. Can't donate your hard earned money? Give us a call in 2014 so we can plug you into some of the action on making our region a more healthy, vibrant place with abundant transporation choices and fast public transit! As we close our books for 2013, please make all year end donations and contributions to "Walk San Diego" untl we reveal the new merged organization name.
Our new physical and mailing address is
Move SD c/o Walk SD
1111 Sixth Avenue Suite 402
San Diego CA 92101
Thanks for your support and see you in 2014!
North County Transportation Business Summit Aligns Transportation With Profitability
Event Examines Nexus Between Business, Transportation and Health
View the photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/112002404@N02/
We greatly appreciated the support from North County elected officials for active transportation choices, including County Supervisor and North County Transit District Chairman Bill Horn, County Supervisor Dave Roberts and Escondido Mayor Sam Abed. The disucssion around the public health and economic benefits to growing transit included discussions from the county's Health and Human Services Department, Palomar Health and Los Angeles' F.A.S.T.
To read more about the success of the event, see below the event coverage from U-T San Diego and KPBS
Live in North County and want to get involved? Check in with our Bike/Walk Committees in Vista, Solana Beach and Escondido.
Move San Diego Regional TOD Guiding Principles
Download the Executive Summary
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