Safe Routes 2 School Celebrates Another Year!

Safe Routes 2 School Celebrates Another Year!

Cupertino Safe Routes 2 School aims to improve safety conditions around schools and foster an environment that empowers students to walk, bike, and carpool to school. This program, which began in 2015 celebrates another year of success as the 2016/17 school year draws...
Six bicycle infrastructure projects slated in Cupertino

Six bicycle infrastructure projects slated in Cupertino

by KRISTI MYLLENBECK | kmyllenbeck@bayareanewsgroup.com The city of Cupertino is looking to make an investment in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. At a June 6 study session, the city council heard a presentation from staff on the Capital Improvement Program...
Homestead High Safe Routes to School Events and Education

Homestead High Safe Routes to School Events and Education

Since last year, Homestead High School has been improving infrastructure for Safe Routes To School.  Next school year, it will begin encouraging and educating students and their families to bike and walk to school.  They will begin the school year with several large...
Cycling Articles: Week of 6/19/17

Cycling Articles: Week of 6/19/17

Chinese Bicycle-Sharing Startup Mobike Expands Into Japan (06.19.17) US News Bicycle Film Festival is the wheel deal (06.19.17) NY Daily News Six Bicycle Infrastructure Projects Slated in Cupertino (06.13.17) Mercury News The Bicentennial of the Bicycle (06.17.17)...
State & Local Electric Bike Regulations

State & Local Electric Bike Regulations

With the majority of U.S. electric bicycles (aka e-bikes) being manufactured in Silicon Valley and Orange County, they are becoming much more popular here in California. Though regulations vary across the United States for electric bicycles, here is a list of laws...
Results of First Annual WBC Student Safety Survey

Results of First Annual WBC Student Safety Survey

What is the number one issue for students to walk and bike to school safely? According to west-side Cupertino residents, “cars not following traffic laws” is the most dangerous problem students encounter.  This issue was just one result from Walk-Bike Cupertino’s s...