A surprising amount of projects made significant progress or were completed this year. A special thanks goes to the Cupertino City Staff and City Council, who kept projects moving forward despite the challenges of the pandemic. Read below for what’s happened in your neighborhood to making walking and biking easier and safer!

Project Recap

Regnart Creek Trail has started construction. Additional funding was approved in June for fencing.
Linda Vista Trail is completed and is open for use, with an opening ceremony this past summer.
McClellan Road separated bike lanes won an award for the second segment, and design is in progress for phase three.
Stevens Creek Blvd. separated bike lanes were completed in 2021, and the Wolfe to CA-85 portion is currently in design.
Bubb Road bike lanes and pedestrian work is complete and in use.
School Walk Audit projects have completed phase 1 (the simpler projects) and begun phase 2.
I-280 Junipero Serra Trail The east and central portions (the parts east of DeAnza) are in design.
Mary Ave Bikeway Mary Ave updates were completed in 2021 and are now in use.
Bike Boulevard project outreach has now resumed, with the neighborhood around Kennedy Middle School having meetings in late 2021.
Wayfinding signs continue to be implemented.

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Next year, we hope for a continuation of the rapid progress that the city is making on these projects, and we hope to see new ones. Thank you to all local residents that have made these improvements possible.