Walk-Bike News

Regnart Creek Trail Wins Big Award

Regnart Creek Trail Wins Big Award

Regnart Creek Trail Wins an Award The City of Cupertino’s Regnart Creek Trail project has been selected as a winner for the American Public Works Association (APWA) Silicon Valley’s 2022 Award Program in the Transportation - $2M-$5M category. The award recognizes...

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Visit to San Jose’s Viva Calle is an inspiration

Visit to San Jose’s Viva Calle is an inspiration

The idea that a city would temporarily close miles of San Jose streets to bring communities together to walk or bike was irresistible, so a group of us cyclists from Cupertino decided to take one Sunday morning to see how San Jose put on one of their Viva Calle SJ...

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WBC celebrates at 2022 Earth Day Festival

WBC celebrates at 2022 Earth Day Festival

The Annual Earth & Arbor Day Festival resumed in Cupertino after two years with fun for community members of all ages. Walk-Bike Cupertino (WBC) celebrated it with thousands of people at the Cupertino City Center on April 23, 2022. The grand celebration kicked off...

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What does “Complete Streets” mean?

What does “Complete Streets” mean?

You may have heard the phrase “Complete Streets” design and wondered what this concept means.  As defined by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration of the Department of Transportation (DOT), a “Complete Street is safe, and feels safe,” (emphasis added) for all users...

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E-Bikes becoming more affordable

E-Bikes becoming more affordable

E-bikes are becoming more and more available, it’s a great way to get around while minimizing your carbon footprint, being outdoors and getting a little exercise.Recently CalBike won a $10M grant to help Californians purchase E-bikes by issues vouchers for those that...

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