The Cupertino City staff is focused on five primary initiatives of the Bike Plan 2016: Design and roll out of the 7 Bike Boulevards Walk-Bike Cupertino consider these proposed routes to be high-impact/return in making it safe and easy for our students to get to/from...read more
Cupertino Rotary - in partnership with the Fremont Union High school and with Walk-Bike Cupertino – has completed the installation of bike repair stations at the remaining four of its five campuses. All FUHSD schools, along with DeAnza College and the Cupertino...read more
10 Cupertino elementary (of 21 total) and 4 of the 7 middle schools will have safety training classes this Fall. Conducted by the Sheriff's Department and supported by Cupertino's Safe Routes To School effort, all 3rd grade classes in the 10 schools will have a 1 hour...read more
David Stillman has been promoted to Transportation Manager for Cupertino. A nine year city-staff veteran, Stillman's focus is squarely on transportation issues, planning and implementation in the city. "Prior to July, 2012 David Stillman, in the Public Works...read more
Since Walk-Bike Cupertino’s inception, the city has committed nearly $9.0M in bike/ped safety projects.