Walk-Bike City News
The July 3 City Council meeting had two significant items for biking and walking local community members. First, WBC's Larry Dean presented a "thank you" award to outgoing City Manager David Brandt for all his efforts to improve our bicycling and walking...read more
Given how small a percentage of all miles of road in Cupertino intersections form, it may be surprising that 37% of all reported accidents take place in intersections. Visibility and awareness are even more important in these crucial dangerous areas. The most common...read more
Walk-Bike School News
Editor’s note: Below is the announced resignation of Cupertino’s Safe Routes to School Coordinator, Chelsea Biklen. A 4-year veteran of the city, Chelsea engineered and started the Safe Routes program. Under her leadership city’s SRTS program is a leader in Santa...read more
Dear Cupertino Safe Routes 2 School Colleagues and Friends, The Logistics: Our June Working Group meeting materials can be found at this SRTS Link. In this presentation you’ll find an interesting report-out of data from Spring 2018, a look back at our school year...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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