Open house set for Historic De Anza Trail Feasibility Study

studies a bicycle and pedestrian trail along the 5 mile Union Pacific Railroad corridor, from Saratoga to Rancho San Antonio Open Space.The project will study installing a bicycle and pedestrian trail along the 5 mile Union Pacific Railroad corridor, from Saratoga to Rancho San Antonio Open Space. (Photo: City of Cupertino)

An open house for the Historic De Anza Trail Feasibility Study — a project envisioning a bicycle and pedestrian trail along the 5 mile Union Pacific Railroad corridor, from Saratoga to Rancho San Antonio Open Space, is set to take place Thursday, June 21.

The event will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Cupertino Community Hall, 10350 Torre Ave.

“Please join us to look over corridor maps, speak with staff and the consultant team, and provide guidance for the team as we move forward in the process,” according to the city. “This input will help the team create designs that will be shown at future public meetings.”

For more information on the project, go here.

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