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The City has launched a “Slow Streets” pilot programme which prioritises walking and cycling as a way to encourage physical distancing and active lifestyles.
Due to the system’s multi-client capability, San Diego's Metropolitan Transit System will have a region-wide, interoperable fare structure.
A new mobility plan will include a 9.3-mile cycle track that connects downtown San Diego to surrounding neighbourhoods.
Peer-to-peer car-sharing develops the mobility offerings in San Diego, whilst attempting to reduce the number of cars on the roads.
The new proposed policies focus on public safety, rider education and data-sharing, encouraging sustainable mobility across the city.