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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 a direction for the vote by the City Council, merely that they have other city business that they are working on in May.

Let YOUR voice make the most impact!

Sign up to speak at City Council to suppport the Regnart Trail at one of the upcoming meetings on:

  • May 21 (general pubic comment)
  • June 18 (general public comment) or
  • July 16 (when Regnart Trail is on the agenda).
Meeting with Councilmember Jon Willey May 4
A large group of residents met with Councilmember Jon Willey last Saturday to express their reasons and personal stories why they support the trail. Jon listened carefully and said that he learned some new things, including that the Trail was a top tier project on the City’s Pedestrian Plan. As Councilmember Willey has consistently voted with Liang Chao on every issue to date, we don’t feel confident that he supports the trail at this time.
Regnart Trail Public Meeting on April 24
Almost 2.5 times more residents put in a comment that they were in favor of the trail than against! The City Staff presented the latest designs for the trail, answered questions, and allowed a public comment period. Current designs for the trail can be found on the City’s website. Thank you to everyone that was able to attend the meeting on April 24th, and/or put in a comment card that night!
Get the facts!
Trail opponents have been making a lot of misleading claims about the trail, including that “many miles of on street bike lanes” could be had for the same price (they are comparing the cost to biking mixing with cars and painted ‘sharrows’), that there are “blind” corners at the crossing at Blaney (the trail has much better crossings than the current streets, with no blind areas) and more. Click below to read the truth about their factually misleading claims.

This post is solely the opinion of the author as a private citizen and Walk-Bike Cupertino as an organization and does not reflect the views of any other organization or entity. Articles linked to in this post may be shared for legitimate purposes to support the Regnart Trail. For additional information on the Trail, please go to regnartcreek.com or contact WBC’s partners at yes@regnartcreek.com.

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