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Walk-Bike City News

Bicycle-Pedestrian Commission Meeting 11/15/17

The most recent Cupertino Bicycle-Pedestrian Commission (BPC) meeting continued its work on Cupertino’s Pedestrian Master Plan and the implementation of the Bicycle Master Plan. Discussions on the Bicycle Plan centered around a final review of the McClellan Road Class...

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Final 2017 Pedestrian Plan Made Available

Our draft Pedestrian Transportation Plan is available for review.  The Plan can be accessed at  The Bicycle Pedestrian Commission will be discussing the Plan at their meeting next week on Wednesday, November 15, and if all goes well the Plan...

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Walk-Bike School News

Homestead High Bike Stampede

Last week, Homestead High School held another Bike Stampede. It was a fun morning. There were over 300 students biking to school that day. A dozen teachers and staff biked in with them. In addition, some members of Sunnyvale city government and FUHSD biked with the...

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Related Walk-Bike News

Stevens Creek Trail Detour and Habitat Restoration

Hi everyone – two important Trail news items to report: the good Trail Detour is back, and Habitat Restoration work can use some help. The Hotel Bypass Trail between El Camino Real and the Yuba Drive trailhead has reopened, effective November 13, 2017. This eliminates...

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Since Walk-Bike Cupertino’s inception, the city has committed nearly $9.0M in bike/ped safety projects.


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