Cupertino City staff has been extremely busy in 2018 with major bike projects in its queue. While most are in the feasibility/evaluation phase, several are having engineering drawings created with shovels in the ground to start Spring 2019. All projects are an outcome of the 2016 Master Bicycle Plan and below is a table of the 9 major projects in process. To date, the city has budgeted over $8M and has been awarded over $4M in grants to match the allocated funds. Total cost of all the projects listed is TBD. For example, the Junipero Serra Trail estimate is for engineering costs only.

I-280 Channel Trail Feasibility Study (Junipero Serra TrailStudy Funded; Recommendations to Council in Feb 2019
Regnart Creek TrailEngineering and Environmental study funded & to be completed by  May 2019
UPRR Trail Feasibility Study (De Anza Trail)Study ongoing
Bicycle Wayfinding ProgramIn process
McClellan Road Bike Corridor Separated, Class IV bike lanes from Byrne Ave to Westacres/Kim Street. Phase I Starts May 2019
Bicycle Boulevard ImplementationNeighborhoods 1 and 2 to start June 2019
Carmen Road Bridge Feasibility StudyStudy Due May 2019
School Walk Audit ImplemnetationOngoing
Orange & Byrne Avenues Sidewalk PorjectsConstruction slated for Summer 2019
Homestead CorridorOngoing
Stevens Creek Blvd Class IV  (Apple contribution, not GF)Separated Class IV Bike Lanes from Tantau to Wolfe Road. Feasibility Study Complete; Scheduled to commence Summer 2019