Walk-Bike City News

Cupertino Bike/Pedestrian Projects Update

As a public service to the members of the Walk-Bike Cupertino Advocacy and the Cupertino Comunity, we are providing this report to show the number and scope of projects the City of Cupertino has in process.   From a conversation with David Stillman, Cupertino Traffic...

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Walk-Bike School News

SRTS Coordinator Biklen is Moving On….

Editor’s note:  Below is the announced resignation of Cupertino’s Safe Routes to School Coordinator, Chelsea Biklen.  A 4-year veteran of the city, Chelsea engineered and started the Safe Routes program.  Under her leadership city’s SRTS program is a leader in Santa...

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SRTS 2018 School Year End Meeting

Dear Cupertino Safe Routes 2 School Colleagues and Friends, The Logistics: Our June Working Group meeting materials can be found at this SRTS Link.  In this presentation you’ll find an interesting report-out of data from Spring 2018, a look back at our school year...

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Related Walk-Bike News

Historic De Anza Trail Feasibility Study

I hope you are enjoying your Summer! Per Project Manager, Chris Corrao, both pop-up events went really well and had more people stop by than expected at both.   The Open House was our first publicly noticed meeting on this project and also went really well. We had a...

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“Mazing” Ride to Saratoga

Hi all - Our good friend, Jim Davis, has mapped out a portion of the famous "Maze" from Cupertino to Saratoga.  There is much more to the maze that this plan, but it's a good start for those who want a not-too-strenuos ride.  This route minimizes the busy streets with...

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PROJECTS

Since Walk-Bike Cupertino’s inception, the city has committed nearly $9.0M in bike/ped safety projects.

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MAPS & DATA

We post our collection of local maps and distribution data for pedestrians and bicyclists.

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SAFETY

We collected safety tips and videos for children and adults to stay safe while walking and biking in streets.

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PARTNERS

We work with many entities and organizations to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety in our community.

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