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Walk-Bike City News

Important City/Bike Meetings this Week

Tomorrow, Tuesday; 2/20, there are two meetings that might interest you for your participation: Junipero Serra Trail Community Outreach, to be held 6 pm at Quinlan Community Center and Cupertino City Council meeting -  6:45 PM at Cupertino Community Hall. Please see...

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Walk-Bike School News

Los Altos Safe Routes to School Update

Feb 9, 2018 Los Altos  City Manager Report Public Meeting: School Route Improvement Projects On Monday, February 12, 2018, the Los Altos Complete Streets Commission will review and discuss proposed school route improvement projects that include walkway and...

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Related Walk-Bike News

Cycling News Articles Week of 02/18/18

When Is an Electric Mountain Bike No Longer a Bicycle? (02.17.28) Outside Online E-bikes are destined for something bigger than replacing regular bicycles. (02.12.18) Slate Magazine Bike shop owner to cyclists: "Use us or lose us." (02.11.18) Treehugger_Toronto Facing...

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Caltrain board weighs bicycle community concerns

Bicycle advocates say electric car design encourages theft By Zachary Clark Daily Journal Staff Feb 3, 2018 In a nod to cycling commuters concerned about bike theft, Caltrain officials appear to be willing to address concerns about the designs of the rail agency’s new...

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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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