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News Update: the Cupertino City Council unanimously accepted Apple Computers proposal to contribute funds for selected bike projects, as detailed below in the posting. **************** At the upcoming June 18th Cupertino City Council meeting, council will consider...read more
David Stillman, Cupertino Transportation Manager in charge of all bike/ped infrastructure projects, gave the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce an update the Stevens Creek Blvd Class IV project. A physically separated bike lane that will be installed between Wolfe Road and...read more
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On May 7th, Walk-Bike Cupertino volunteers participated in the Bike Rodeo event hosted at the Stevens Creek Elementary School. Together with dozens of community leaders from Santa Clara County Sheriff, Trail Head Cyclery, Silicon Valley Bike Coalition,...read more
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