Walk-Bike City News
Foothill Expressway intersections need green bike lanes Published: 04 April 2018 Written by Chris Hoeber This time around, I’d like to address plans for the intersections of Foothill Expressway at San Antonio Road and El Monte Avenue in Los Altos. These intersections...read more
VTA and the Santa Clara County Health Department are offering FREE Smart Cycling bicycle education classes for adults at locations around the county! This is an incredible opportunity to attend a workshop led by an bicycle education specialist that will teach you how...read more
Walk-Bike School News
Hello Cupertino Safe Routes 2 School Collective! I hope you all are having a lovely Monday evening and enjoying what’s left of this dry day. We had a really great workshop last week featuring James Rojas about building our own safe routes to school and envisioning...read more
As we all know biking and walking more (active transportation) is great for our health and great for our communities – reducing congestion, reducing pollution, getting exercise, and giving us more opportunities to meet each other and build community. Nonetheless, many...read more
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Sunnyvale pursues campaign to eliminate deadly traffic accidents A community meeting is planned at the Sunnyvale Public Library on April 4 to discuss traffic safety measures Sunnyvale is pursuing as part of Vision Zero, an initiative that aims to completely...read more
Weekend Project: Build your own electric bicycle for under $500 (04.21.18). Electretk Inside L.A.'s other cycling world — no helmet, no cars (04.21.18) LA Times Colorado House Passes Bicycle “Safety Stop” Bill (04.15.18) Streetsblog.org Watch out, Bay Area, the...read more
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