Walk-Bike City News
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...read more
Walking and biking around Cupertino can vary widely in how safe it feels and how safe it actually is. It may not surprise you that from 2015 to 2017, there were 50 accidents on De Anza Boulevard and 39 accidents on Stevens Creek Boulevard. These roads have high speed...read more
Walk-Bike School News
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...read more
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...read more
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Since Walk-Bike Cupertino’s inception, the city has committed nearly $9.0M in bike/ped safety projects.
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