Together, We Can Make Transit Work in San Diego
The Cleveland National Forest Foundation's (CNFF) transit campaign, Transit San Diego, is committed to transforming the cities of our region into flourishing biking, pedestrian and transit based communities.
Why would an organization dedicated to protecting the forest become involved in city transportation? Quite simply, we cannot save our forests until we save our city.
Urban sprawl, which is destroying our farms, our wilderness and our watershed, is a direct result of dysfunctional cities. Creating a functional mass transit system will result in improving greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution, energy consumption, quality of life, and land use decisions.
We need your help. Become involved with Transit San Diego through your financial contribution, your time and in spreading the word.
The Cleveland National Forest Foundation (CNFF)
The Cleveland National Forest Foundation is a nonprofit group dedicated to preserving the plants, animals and other natural resources of Southern California mountains by protecting the land and water they need to survive.
Save Our Forest and Ranchlands (SOFAR)
SOFAR is a membership-based watchdog group committed to defending the San Diego backcountry against Urban Sprawl & working toward the adoption and implementation of a plan to preserve rural resources.
“An advanced city is not a place where the poor move about in cars; rather, it is where even the rich use public transportation.” – Enrique Peñalosa, former mayor of Bogota, Colombia