SAFER & EASIER WALKING & BIKING
The Walk-Bike Cupertino board recently met with two candidates for the State Assembly Member for District 26 position to learn their views and experience with walking and biking issues. The candidates are running to replace Evan Low, the current State Assembly Member...
With the budget crisis that Cupertino is facing, most requests from city commissions for items to be included in Cupertino's Work Program are expected to be revenue neutral or revenue generating. The Bicycle-Pedestrian Commission is included in this. Luckily, bicycle...
Are you looking for a beautiful mountain trail to challenge yourself and your adventurous doggie friend? In fact, many regional open space preserves including Rancho San Antonio do not allow dogs even on leash, but St. Joseph’s Hill Preserve allows leashed dogs on all...
Join us in our advocacy for better walking and biking in Cupertino.
Whether you live, work, or visit Cupertino, or want to increase biking and walking for sustainability, traffic reduction, or active transportation to schools, Walk-Bike Cupertino speaks to your concerns and makes your voice count. Join us today!
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School commutes can be stress-inducing for both students and parents, but when they become dangerous, solutions are needed. One of the intersections...
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According to the Federal Highway Administration, approximately half of all traffic-related injuries occur near intersections. As an attempt to...
Meet friends in the WBC Club on Strava!
Walk-Bike Cupertino is excited to announce we are now on Strava! It’s a great and free way for our community to:
- Share walks, hikes, runs, and rides with other members
- Meet like-minded residents
- Track your activities and set goals
Frequently Asked Questions
What's that project in my neighborhood?
Find all about bike and ped projects in your neighborhood on our Projects & Funding page here. We list all of the current and recent past projects there by location.
How do I know which candidates support walking and biking in Cupertino?
Walk-Bike Cupertino surveys all the candidates for the City Council and for the school boards at each election every two years. The information comes out in October before the election so you can make an informed decision. The 2018 information is found here for City Council Candidates and here for CUSD/FUHSD board candidates. The 2020 information will be out in October 2020.
How do I (or my kids) learn to ride a bike?
The best way is to take a class! There are classes in Cupertino and in all the nearby cities as well. See more information here: private/group lessons.
How can I get more involved or help more?
We’re always looking for friends and neighbors that are willing to help advocate for a particular project, or just to improve walking and biking in general. Here’s some ideas:
Contact us about a particular project. We have lots of ideas on how to help! Email us at email@example.com.
Report new incidents, concerns and areas needing improvement, so that we can get your concerns elevated and make sure they are included in the next Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans. (Click here to report.)
Attend Cupertino City Council meetings (first and third Tuesdays at 6:45pm) or email the Council to let them know that bicycle and pedestrians issues are important to you, or that you support a particular project.
Want to help more? Consider whether our Advisory Board is a good fit for you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for more details.
Where's a good place to hike locally?
Click here for some great information on hiking locally.