Important Community Outreach Meetings

 City Planners Want Your Input!

Bike Boulevards:
Walk-Bike Cupertino feels the Bike Boulevard Network will have a bigger and quicker  impact on the safety and ease of biking/waking for our students and local resident community.  These improvements are less costly, complicated and can be implemented much faster than the other projects in process.  The major elements of the plan will include better street signage and markers along with features that could dampen traffic speeds - the main contributor to cyclists not feeling safe on our city streets. 

If you live in the nearby neighborhoods - and would like it to be safer and easier to walk and bicycle - please plan to attend and give the city team your feedback.  Select the links below for times and locations.  Please try to attend!

Mon  Dec 4th        Linda Vista/Hyannisport/Santa Teresa  

Mon  Dec 11th    Jollyman/Kim/Westacres

Thur  Dec 14th    Orange Ave to Fort Baker

The first of three planned meetings for the exiting trail proposal along 280 from the Don Burnett Bridge to Wolfe Road!  FMI:  Wed.  Dec 6th  Junipero Serra Trail


Bike routes and trails help make our community safer and  


improve property values

and significantly contribute to

 Why we choose to live in Cupertino!






Year-End Survey

As we near the end of 2017 we want to hear from you about how our Safe Routes 2 School program is doing! If you can spare 10 minutes, please take time to complete this brief survey so that we can ensure our program is evolving to fit the wants and needs of our community. We will use your answers to help shape our 2018/19 program agenda.


FMI Contact:

Chelsea Biklin @
Cupertino's Safe Routes Coordinator 

Check out the Safe Routes site @



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