Cupertino Event Reminders:


Feb 7th            Bike Recommendations to City Council
 

Feb 8th              Safe Routes  "Parent Meet-up"
Collaborative Session for Parents to suggest 
routes and safety needs for their schools.

Feb 11th            Walk-Bike Advisory Board Meeting 
 
                     
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Parents: Tell us what you think about Student Bike Safety...


Bike/Ped 
 Community  Workshop Highlights:

Bike/Ped Plan Community Meeting Recap:  
At last week's public workshop led by Toole Design Group, residents were encouraged to view both proposals for Class IV bike lanes on Stevens Creek and McClellan. FMI....  http://tinyurl.com/Workshop-Recap 



Pedestrian Plan:   

Your Input Needed: Take a few minutes  to complete this:   
   
       Pedestrian Survey

 
 See: Auto/Pedestrian Collision Information
                     
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Want to know how many kids in your neighborhood go to your school?    Check out the  Interactive map  of the neighborhoods where our school children live by school or district.  It may help you with carpooling and ride-sharing needs.


 

See our valuable list of  safety and training resources 

Walk-Bike Cupertino Strongly Supports

  • Making Cupertino the Bay Area leader for Safe and Easy walking and biking;
  • Create direct bike-ped pathways;
  • Educate drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists on best practices and sharing  the road;
  • Embed bicycle safety training in our schools' curriculum;
  • Incorporate "Way-finder" signage, historical markers and points-of-interest into bike and walking pathways
  • Support the  $15M funding set aside   for  Cupertino's strategic walk-bike  improvements over the next 5 years.

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Thank you for your support and your actions....  
        
Your efforts do make a difference - Join us Today! .
 
Here's to a safe and healthy 2017 to you and your family!

Your Walk-Bike Cupertino Advisory Board Team


 
See some of the recent improvements below: Safe Routes crossings
:Ann Arbor at  Memorial Park and Orange Avenue.  Next on our list, we are looking at improving the path through Memorial Park from the new passageway south, and adding green within the conflict zones along Stelling between Stevens Creek and McClellan
            
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Cupertino, CA 95014