Sunday, October 29, 2017 | 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
CicloSDias is a free Open Street Event that closes streets to cars for the day and opens streets to people on foot, bike, skateboard, etc. to create a whole new healthy, sustainable and vibrant city street experience.
Volunteer today and be part of this amazing event in San Diego. Be sure to include what role you’d like to play and what shift time you prefer. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Volunteer Shift, Survey Administrator
Help administer surveys to gather important feedback we'll use to improve future open streets events!
Volunteer Shift, Games Monitor
Help people enjoy the event and stay safe. Game monitors will assist people with playing games and help everyone have a chance to play! Games include: Giant Jenga, connect four, corn hole, and scrabble!
Volunteer Shift, Captain VZ!
Be a superhero! As captain VZ you will have the pleasure of sharing with both children and adults the importance of being safe and aware when on the street! See the awesome outfit below.
THANK YOU!Become a volunteer
As part of last year’s budget process, staff in the City’s Transportation and Stormwater Department committed to evaluating the corridor with the highest concentration of crashes and designing engineering improvements.
Since then, City staff determined the ½ mile section of University Avenue - between Fairmount and Euclid Avenues - to be the most problematic with the highest number of crashes. City traffic engineers, in partnership with the offices of Mayor Faulconer and Councilwoman Marti Emerald, responded by organizing the University Avenue Working Group with the mission to “Improve safety for all modes as part of Vision Zero.” Circulate San Diego has been pleased to participate in this group.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Colin Parent
Press Release: Critical Injury of Chargers intern highlights the need for Vision Zero in San Diego
SAN DIEGO (August 8, 2016) -- 23-year-old J’Ron Erby, an intern for the San Diego Chargers, was struck while walking earlyFriday in a hit-and-run crash on the 900 block of Garnet Avenue.Read more
Contact: Colin Parent
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 19, 2016
Circulate San Diego Releases Tips for Enjoying Pokémon Go Safely (PDF)
Circulate San Diego, the region’s leading organization that promotes pedestrians safety, today released tips for San Diegans to enjoy Pokémon Go safely.
The immense popularity of Pokémon Go mobile app is inspiring an unprecedented amount of walking and healthy physical exercise. The game rewards players that log time walking to hatch virtual eggs, and users are taking to the streets and exploring their neighborhoods to catch Pokémon. Augmented reality games like Pokémon Go can be fun ways to inspire more physical activity and a healthy lifestyle.Read more
It’s amazing to read about cities across the country embracing the common goal of Vision Zero, to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries to zero. In just over a year the movement has spread to more than 15 cities. These cities have quickly assembled teams of multi-disciplinary departments, dug deep into data to understand why crashes are happening, launched multi-media campaigns to provide education, implemented millions of dollars of safe infrastructure, and dived deep into the issue of equity which is at the root of the movement.
I’ll be frank: San Diego is not yet considered one of the leader cities in this movement in terms of robust programming, but the initiative is enjoying some success here. We at Circulate are pleased to see Vision Zero San Diego move forward. Yesterday in particular was a pretty good day. Two items of note are highlighted below.Read more
After three years of advocating for new crosswalks on Sixth Avenue, the residents of Bankers Hill are going to see success. And it’s clear their success is all of our success.
Gary Pence, Senior Traffic Engineer for the City of San Diego, presented the new crosswalk plans at Tuesday’s Uptown Planners meeting, and was greeted with resounding approval from the audience and Board. For the approximate ½ mile section of Sixth Avenue between Laurel and Elm Streets, the City will install two new crosswalks accompanied by solar powered flashing lights, a road diet, and new buffered bike lanes.Read more