From Policy to Pavement: Implementing Complete Streets in the San Diego Region promotes the implementation of Complete Streets by sharing best practices, examining the legal context for policies, and most importantly, offering a Toolbox for greater implementation. Through collaboration with San Diego APA in the San Diego Complete Streets Task Force, WalkSanDiego prepared the paper to promote Complete Streets, encourage dialogue and recognize innovative projects in the San Diego region.
Seniors, Sidewalks, and the Centennial is a 2012 report that provides recommendations to enhance walkability in the City of Chula Vista for senior citizens. The project was funded by the County of San Diego's Health and Human Services Administration Healthy Works Program.
Safe for All is a benchmark study that examines the status of street design throughout San Diego County.
Several other WalkSanDiego publications on a variety of topics are available below.
Illuminating San Diego - reviews existing San Diego Street Lighting Standards and appropriate lighting solutions for our region.
Improving Walkability in San Ysidro - examines pedestrian collision data and identifies highest priority issues and recommendations for pedestrian improvements.
East Village Walkability Report - provides recommendations for improving the pedestrian and bicycling environment in the City College/East Village neighborhood.
Making Strides Toward A More Walkable North Park - findings and recommendations for walkability in the North Park neighborhood of San Diego.
Enhancing Walkability in National City's Old Town Neighborhood - documents the results of a walk audit conducted with National City residents to identify barriers to walkability and make suggestions for improvements in the Old Town neighborhood.
Enhancing Walkability in Sherman Heights - results of a joint study with the Sherman Heights Revitalization Team to determine needed walkability improvements in a neighborhood that was originally designed to be very walk-friendly.