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Cupertino's plans to make the city safe for all of its cycling residents are now truly moving forward. The first phase of the McClellan Road separated lanes were completed in Fall 2019, some bike boulevards have been installed, the Regnart Creek Trail was approved and...
The fully funded and approved Regnart Creek Trail is continuing through the environmental approval process, which has a scheduled completion date of June 15, 2020. Below is the February 11, 2020 notice from the City of Cupertino detailing the next steps in the...
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