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Vote Postponed for May 21 The Regnart Creek Trail vote at the City Council has been rescheduled to a future meeting date, likely on July 16th. In the meantime, City Staff are continuing their work to completing the design to a 65% design level. This does not indicate...read more
To: Mr. Steven Scharf, Ms. Liang Chao, Mr. Rod Sinks, Mr. Darcy Paul, Mr. Jon Willey Cc: Mr. Timm Borden, Mr. David Stillman, Mr. Gerhard Eshelback Subject: Keep up trails momentum. Proceed with Regnart Creek Trail. Build "The Loop" trail network. ...read more
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Next Tuesday, May 21st we have some excellent topics on our Safe Routes to School Working Group meeting agenda! Agenda here. In addition to the usual Safe Routes updates from the City, guest speakers from Collins, Hyde and Stevens Creek will present the wonderful...read more
On May 7th, Walk-Bike Cupertino volunteers participated in the Bike Rodeo event hosted at the Stevens Creek Elementary School. Together with dozens of community leaders from Santa Clara County Sheriff, Trail Head Cyclery, Silicon Valley Bike Coalition,...read more
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Silicon Valley Bike Coalition is organizing a bike ride of San Jose's new Better Bikeways Network. The intent is for folks from neighboring jurisdictions to learn from each other, just like the ride we did in Cupertino last year. The ride is on Sunday May...read more
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