Walk-Bike City News
Walking and biking around Cupertino can vary widely in how safe it feels and how safe it actually is. It may not surprise you that from 2015 to 2017, there were 50 accidents on De Anza Boulevard and 39 accidents on Stevens Creek Boulevard. These roads have high speed...read more
During Oral Communication at the last two Cupertino City Council meetings, there have been many residents who have expressed their support of the proposed Regnart Creek Trail. On May 15, four local community members spoke how they wished the trail to be built, and...read more
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Area cyclists say learning basic bike maintenance is easy and can be done online, through local workshops or bike shops. Thinkstock / Special to The Forum FARGO — When you were a kid, all it took was begging your mom for permission to jump on your bike to claim the...read more
Since Walk-Bike Cupertino’s inception, the city has committed nearly $9.0M in bike/ped safety projects.
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