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Walk-Bike Cupertino has just overhauled our City Infrastructure Projects website pages, to make sure that everyone has the latest accurate information. Some of the major changes include: An overview table which shows the progress of all the projects, including...
Drivers need to be very careful to not turn across the new bike lanes on McClellan without looking to see if a bike is traveling along the lane first. If they do not, it can cause what is called a “right hook”, which can be dangerous or even deadly for cyclists. Cars...
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What’s wrong with parking in bike lanes? A lot, actually From BICYCLING By Stephen Hudson (Contributor) August 9, 2018 The Washington Post recently published a letter to the editor from someone who parked in a bike lane arguing that blocking a bike lane isn’t really...
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We have four excellent bike shops and resources in Cupertino area! Selecting a bicycle can be complicated and our local bike businesses have great selections, service and support in helping you make the right purchase. All of these resources are highly...
Where is Carmen Road and Hoo-Hoo Way? The Carmen Road Bridge project begs the big question: Where is it? And why a bridge there? You’ll see in the following descriptions, that Carmen Road has been in existence for over 100 years. Before the 1970's it connected...
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