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There's a lot of projects in the works for Cupertino, from Class I Trails to Class IV bike lanes. Some have been funded through the design phase and some all the way to construction including most recently this month when the Cupertino City Council decided to approve...
Kudos to the Cupertino Community and the Walk-Bike Cupertino team! With nearly 3 dozen supporters in attendance, there were 10 school kids and 14 adults who spoke to the council. Thank you so much to all the residents who came out and spoke, especially the kids who...
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