Cupertino’s Safe Routes to School (SR2S) program is recruiting high school students who are passionate about either bicycling, healthy lifestyles, safe transportation, and/or campus safety to become a part of our Working Group. We are excited to work with our local high school students to enhance the student walking and biking experience in Cupertino. Selected high school student representatives will attend monthly Working Group meetings and become a conduit of information and ideas between their high school’s student body and our City team. They will bring ideas for improving safety, accessibility, and traffic reduction to the group and help implement those ideas. 

If you or a high school student you know is passionate about improving student bike and pedestrian safety or you’d like to learn more about the program, click here. Applications are due on September 1. The Safe Routes to School Working Group meeting is typically held 4-5 PM on the 2nd Wed of each school month, excluding December. Please check out the Working Group page for the full schedule of meetings for the 2020/21 school year.

About the SR2S Program

The City of Cupertino is committed to safeguarding community members of all ages as they navigate our diverse network of bikeways, roadways, and walkways. To ensure that we achieve this goal, we are actively working on expanding beyond the traditional infrastructure and enforcement approach to traffic safety. This unique approach has led to the creation of Cupertino Safe Routes to School, a program that brings together various stakeholders to address student safety throughout the City.