Just back from Copenhagen….

Just back from Copenhagen….

A trip report from Dave Stearns, a long-standing Cupertino biking advocate…. ” …and you better not walk in the bike lanes.  They will chase you back onto the sidewalk.  The 3-wheel “Christiana” bikes (see the pic of the mom and kid in the front...
What’s wrong with parking in bike lanes?

What’s wrong with parking in bike lanes?

What’s wrong with parking in bike lanes? A lot, actually BICYCLINGBy Stephen Hudson (Contributor) August 9, 2018 124 Image by urbandispute used with permission. The Washington Post recently published a letter to the editor from...
Carmen Bridge feasibility study approved by council!

Carmen Bridge feasibility study approved by council!

Kudos to the Cupertino Community and the Walk-Bike Cupertino team! With nearly 3 dozen supporters in attendance, there were 10 school kids and 14 adults who spoke to the council. Thank you so much to all the residents who came out and spoke, especially the kids who...
Using bike Turn Boxes

Using bike Turn Boxes

-This article and links are published by the City of Edmonton, Canada. It has relevant and specific advice for cyclists and motorists using separated bike lanes, bike boxes, and marked intersections. With the newly configured McClellan/Bubb and McClellan/Stelling...
Cupertino Bike/Ped Projects in the budget for 2019-20

Cupertino Bike/Ped Projects in the budget for 2019-20

At the July Cupertino City Council meeting, the Mayor and Councilmembers approved funding for several 2019-20 Bicycle and Pedestrian projects. These include $242K additional for the McClellan Class IV protected bike lanes; $65K additional for Wayfinding signage; $1.3M...