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Walk-Bike City News

Accidents by Time of Day

Combining data from the Sheriff's office, which records light conditions, and the California Highway Patrol, which records time of day, we can take a look at the frequency of accidents during different times of day. There are a number of different causes which can...

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Walk-Bike School News

Safe Routes Working Group Notes

Cupertino Safe Routes 2 School, Thank you to those of you who attended our Working Group meeting Tuesday and to those tuning in now for updates! A special thanks to Sean Lyn and Lincoln Elementary school who provided a great presentation on programs and projects at...

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Bike on Main Rescheduled to Saturday Morning May 19th

This is a youth safety training class conducted by the Santa Clara County Sheriff.  Free Bike bells and other goodies for those who complete the course.  Come on down! FREE Bicycle Bells and safety supplies For kids 5-12 years old who complete the Bike Safety Training...

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Related Walk-Bike News

Cycling News Articles Week of 06/17/18

The Iowa City Bike Library... (06.14.18) The Little  Village Uber brings electric bicycle rentals.... (06.06.18) Do We Really Need Bike Helmets? (06.06.18) Learning how to fix bicycles is opening new career paths for teens (06.05.18) Mother Nature...

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electric bike news

Electric Bike May be Efficient, but nothing...(06.08.19) Electrek Electric Bikes: Hub Motors vs. Mid Drive  (06.07.18) Uber brings electric bicycle rentals.... (06.06.18) Solar Powered Electric Bicycles (06.06.18) Electrek Lithium Cycles Unveils...

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Since Walk-Bike Cupertino’s inception, the city has committed nearly $9.0M in bike/ped safety projects.


We post our collection of local maps and distribution data for pedestrians and bicyclists.


We collected safety tips and videos for children and adults to stay safe while walking and biking in streets.


We work with many entities and organizations to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety in our community.

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