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This month's Bicycle Pedestrian Commission meeting included a final review of the Bike Boulevards in northern Cupertino, an update on all the Bike Projects, and discussions on a survey of Commissioners for improved communications between the City Council and City...read more
This article summarizes the 2018 crash data collected and published by the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department. We hope that it helps you put perspective on your efforts and desire to make Cupertino a “Safe and Easy community to bike and walk”. Cupertino...read more
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Hi David, Cherie, and the bike-ped commission, A big thank you to the commission, Cheri and the city for adding the bucket with flags at Rainbow and Poppy. This is a major improvement for that cross-walk and in the half-hour where I walked back and forth, I noticed at...read more
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