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Last Thursday's Carmen Bridge meeting - hosted by the City of Cupertino - went well for the city's first community outreach for this project . There were about 30 +/- attendees - mostly "empty-nesters" and the majority were from the immediate approaches to the...read more
The adoption of a resolution to approve the Junipero Serra Trail Feasibility Study will be discussed and voted on at the City Council meeting held on Tuesday, February 5, 2019. Select Event Flyer To view and download the final draft of the Study, please visit...read more
Latest School News
We welcome the new Coordinator, Cherie Walkowiak, and look forward to her work improving safety and encouraging alternate forms of transportation for all CUSD and FUHSD students on their way to school. Walk-Bike Cupertino interviewed Cherie so that you can get to know...read more
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It can be hard to decide which electric bike is best for you. We’ve made the process a little easier for you with our list of the best electric bikes: cruisers, available today. FacebookTwitterGoogle+EmailRedditPinterestShare levrevolution on January 5, 2017...read more
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