Carmen Bridge Feasibility Study Soon to be Reviewed

Carmen Bridge Feasibility Study Soon to be Reviewed

The Carmen Bridge project emerged as a grass-roots community-based project nearly 2½ years ago. In August 2018, the council approved funding to conduct the Feasibility study. As the next step, City Council will vote on accepting the Carmen Road Bridge Feasibility...
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...
Cupertino Bike Fest: Bigger and Better than Ever

Cupertino Bike Fest: Bigger and Better than Ever

Cupertino’s Fall Bike Fest on September 28, 2019 was the biggest and best Bike Fest yet for the whole family!  We hope that you were able to join WBC for all the events.  WBC is proud to have partnered with the City of Cupertino to provide helmet fittings for...