Meeting was fully attended by all commissioners, staff along with a number of community members.

Robert McCoy and Jerry Tallinger of the Cupertino Public Safety Commission  presented an overview of  city’s efforts to encourage walking and cycling by the student community and to announce  – per the City Mananger’s direction –  that the program be handed over to the BP commission.  The committee’s goal has been to stimulate walking and cycling through the Boltage and Walk-One-Week programs.  It was reported that during these programs, the number of students walking or biking can reach 10 – 12% of the student population.  It wasn’t clear how many of those rode their bikes.  The committee measures riding/walking participation  2X/year over a three day period by asking teachers to poll their students in the classroom how they traveled to school.

Staff Report – David Stillman reported  that Cupertino was awarded the Bronze  level by the League of Biking.  The staff had hoped for a higher rating and seemed dismayed at the award level.

There was no report on the status or scheduled of the remaining BP projects for FY 15-16.

Erik Lindstrom presented the latest draft of potential BP projects.  The draft can be found at this link. Xx.

Alta Design – Christopher Kidd, Project Manager of Alta Design who is leading the BP16 planning effort outlined the planning process for the planning effort.  The community input/feedback is slated for Dec 1, 6:00 PM at the Cupertino Community Center on Alves.


For Scott Hughes