Help Improve San Diego Neighborhoods and Fight Climate Change!

The San Diego City Council is considering an important new ordinance that will cut harmful air pollution, invest in underserved communities, and make it easier, safer, and healthier for people to walk, bike, and spend time outside.

San Diego’s “Mobility Choices” ordinance will require developers to create better walking and biking conditions around new buildings and in the areas where we need them most.

This includes supporting improvements like wide sidewalks, bike lanes, crosswalks, electric bike charging stations, and lighting on public walkways.

And at least 50 percent of new infrastructure improvements will benefit underserved, low-income communities of color, making San Diego a more equitable city.

This policy will make streets safer and give San Diegans more ways to get around, promoting climate-friendly transportation and a healthier, more active lifestyle.

Send a message to your City Councilmember and tell them you support San Diego’s “Mobility Choices” ordinance.

The San Diego City Council is considering an important new ordinance that will cut harmful air pollution, invest in underserved communities, and make it easier, safer, and healthier for people to walk, bike, and spend time outside. Send a message to your City Councilmember and tell them you support San Diego’s “Mobility Choices” ordinance.

Your message will be sent to:

San Diego City Councilmember
Cc: San Diego City Council Clerk
Cc: Mayor Kevin Faulconer

Subject line:

I support San Diego’s “Mobility Choices” ordinance!

(Consider adding your own thoughts — personalized messages are especially effective)

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