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Walk-Bike City News

Why I support the Regnart Biking Trail

Why do I support the Regnart Trail?  There are many reasons, but here are five great ones. Biking and walking will be safer and easier for students from Eaton Elementary, Cupertino High, and Lawson Middle Schools. Students at Eaton Elementary will be able to walk to...

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We need YOU to build a creek trail!

Hello Safe Routes to School Supporters!  Our Transportation team is hoping to build an off-street bicycle and pedestrian path along Regnart Creek and we need your support to do it! This proposed trail would provide an off-street pedestrian and bicycle pathway along...

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Walk-Bike School News

Year-end Recap of SRTS Cupertino

Dear Community Advocates, Our SRTS Accomplishments of 2017: 2017 has been a hugely successful year for Cupertino’s Safe Routes 2 School (SR2S) program!  This past year we have seen our program expand to all 14 schools located within city limits and have held some of...

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Related Walk-Bike News

How to get from here to there on a bicycle

Chris Hoeber/Special to the Town Crier Cyclists and motorists need to be careful and look out for each other where the bike lane ends on Springer Road in Los Altos. I have been cycling in the Los Altos area since 1975 and witnessed many changes – most of them better...

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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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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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