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In a significant move at the February 5th council meeting, the Cupertino City Council unanimously approved the funding to conduct a feasibility study for the Junipero Serra Trail The proposed bike/ped trail will run inside the Highway 280 southern sound wall from the...read more
Homestead Road Corridor Study Project Update 1/14: Second Community Meeting is scheduled on Monday, February 25, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Homestead High School Auditorium. Project Overview:On June 13th, 2018, the County Board of Supervisors...read more
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In this issue, there is a new mapping tool for schools, updates on school programs, a survey on our name, and more! February 2019 Safe Routes to School NewsletterDownload Interested in helping Cupertino Safe Routes to School? Email us...read more
Cherie Walkowiak Safe Routes to School Coordinator Public Works CherieW@Cupertino.org (408)...read more
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JULIE BROWN//JANUARY 22, 2019 REI There’s nothing quite like the feeling of pedaling fast on a bicycle—legs burning, sweat dripping, wind nipping against your skin—when suddenly, a voice shouts from behind: “On your left!” And a fellow cyclist cruises past with hardly...read more
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