Updated Intersection at De Anza and McClellan Coming Soon

Updated Intersection at De Anza and McClellan Coming Soon

Image courtesy of Google The intersection of De Anza at McClellan and Pacifica has been slated for a much needed overhaul for a few years now, as part of the McClellan Road Separated Bikeways Project. Other sections of McClellan were improved with protected bike lanes...
Cupertino misses out on millions in grant funding

Cupertino misses out on millions in grant funding

Grant funding is a key way for a city to pay for bike and pedestrian infrastructure projects. Because Cupertino is facing an unprecedented budget crisis right now, it is even more important that it takes advantage of these grant opportunities. Instead, most of the...
Bike Bus Event at Cupertino High School

Bike Bus Event at Cupertino High School

Studies show that students that bike or walk to school do better academically and socially. It also teaches them to be more independent and frees up parents from pickup and dropoff duty. Plus it’s great for the planet! 🌍  Some schools in Palo Alto have seen bike...
All creek trails (will) lead to Cupertino

All creek trails (will) lead to Cupertino

Cupertino sits at an average elevation of 236 feet above sea level with steep hills on its western and southern borders. The land slopes gently down from there to the bay. Its unique location means that Cupertino is near the headwaters of several creeks in the South...
Building a Senior-Friendly Community for Aging in Place

Building a Senior-Friendly Community for Aging in Place

A thriving community is one that meets the needs of its residents at every age. In Cupertino, seniors are a rising and large portion of our population. According to the  Age-Friendly Cupertino Task Force in May 2019, about 20% of Cupertino’s homes are occupied...