Walk-bike Cupertino provides project updates

Walk-Bike Cupertino has provided several updates on current and upcoming Bike/Pedestrian projects  in Cupertino. 

The local committee Walk-Bike Cupertino has provided several updates on current and upcoming Bike/Pedestrian projects  in Cupertino. 

The Regnart Creek Trail Feasibility Study is fully funded and is set to be completed and presented to the council in August.

The De Anza Historic (UPRR) Trail Feasibility Study has begun and is also fully funded, as well as the Junipero Serra Trail Feasibility Study, which will be presented to Council later this year.

The Carmen Road Bike/Ped Bridge Feasibility Study, a project that aims to provide access across Stevens Creek Boulevard for bicycles and pedestrians at Carmen Road, is fully funded and is in the scoping process. 

Engineering design is beginning for the Stevens Creek Blvd Class IV and the Bike Boulevards projects, where construction is set to begin in late 2018 or early 2019. Both projects are fully funded.

The Bike Boulevards project will contain bicycle-friendly and traffic-calming features, and are designated and designed to enhance livability and safety for people biking within the neighborhood, according to the City of Cupertino website

The McClellan Road Class IV Bike Lane project is currently being advertised for construction between Imperial Avenue and Stelling Road. Construction will take place from late summer/early fall through the rest of 2018. 

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