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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...
Whether you live in Sunnyvale, go there for the occasional dinner, or just pass through it, the quality of the walking and biking infrastructure the city develops over the next 10 years will impact all of us. The City of Sunnyvale is kicking off a year-long...
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