Another Milestone Has Been Reached

WE ARE VERY PLEASED AND EXCITED to report that we have reached our matching donor’s goal of $10,000 for donations of $100 or more. And we have, so far, raised MORE THAN $30,000 in total donations in just ONE MONTH!

HOWEVER, we still need to raise an ADDITIONAL $30,000 within a relatively short period of time in order to keep pace with the next phase of our anticipated legal costs.

WE KNOW there are more good folks out there who want to see the Regents Road bridge get built.  We’ve seen the recent POLLS on the neighborhood website NextDoor, where TWO-THIRDS of the votes were FOR the bridge.

WE NEED YOUR HELP to spread the word to friends, neighbors, co-workers, and anyone else who is willing to support this vital and worthy effort to keep the Regents Road bridge in the University City community plan.

PRINT AND POST our campaign flyer on your company/employee bulletin board, on your community bulletin board, at your local library, and anywhere else you can.

THANK YOU for supporting us on this issue and to everyone who has helped us come this far!


Austin Speed

President, Citizens for the Regents Road Bridge

About Citizens For The Regents Road Bridge

CITIZENS FOR THE REGENTS ROAD BRIDGE is a grassroots organization in the University City, Clairemont, Mira Mesa, La Jolla, Miramar, Kearny Mesa, and TierraSanta areas of San Diego. Our organization believes in the importance of effective action to improve safety, relieve traffic congestion, and improve multimodal transportation in these communities. Traffic congestion, particularly in the University City area on Genesee Avenue, has become unacceptable and has created significant risks for emergency responders, residents, and business owners. A city plan drawn up over 50 years ago detailed two major north-south surface street arteries serving these communities. One of them, the Clairemont Mesa Boulevard-Regents Road collector road, is still incomplete because of a number of lengthy delays in constructing a four lane bridge to transit Rose Canyon on Regents Road.
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