Links to Bike Route Designs, Examples, and Information


  1. Protected Bike Lane Posts and info on this website
  2. Cupertino City Info
  3. Organizations and Blogs
  4. Bicycle Lanes Consultants, Designs and Stories
  5. Interesting Articles
  6. Agencies
  7. References

Protected Bike Lane Posts and Info on this website:

2.  Cupertino City Info:

  • Stevens Creek Trail Joint Cities Feasibility Study – The Four Cities Coordinated Stevens Creek Trail Feasibility Study was undertaken by the cities of Sunnyvale, Cupertino, Los Altos, and Mountain View. The study’s goal was to identify feasible alternatives and assist the cities in coordinating a preferred alternative for future completion of a multi-use trail for the Stevens Creek corridor.
  • Cupertino Bicycle Transportation Plan – Updated May 3, 2011.  “Cupertino’s Bicycle Transportattion Plan is committed to improving the bicycle infrastructure within our City to enable and encourage people to bike to work and schools, to utilize a bicycle to run errands, and to enjoy the health and environmental benefits that bicycling provides cyclists of every age.” “Cupertino…has a mild climate with daytime highs ranging from 45 degrees in January to 95 degrees in July.  It has an annual rainfall of approximately 23.0 inches, little or no rain between May and October, and relatively flat terrain.  Cupertino has an ideal setting to maximize the utilization of bicycles for commuting, utility, and recreational purposes.”  This plan has largely been ignored but has much relevance today.

3.  Organizations & Blogs:

  • Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition – Our purpose is to create a healthy community, environment, and economy through bicycling for people who live, work, or play in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties.
  • Bicycle Dutch – This blog about cycling in the Netherlands.  This blog is not about cycling as a sport, nor to be green, but about the every day type of cycling on sit-up bicycles.
  • TransForm – Promotes walkable communities with excellent transportation choices to connect people of all incomes to opportunity, keep California affordable and help solve our climate crisis.

4.  Bicycle Lanes Consultants, Organizations, and Stories:

  • Copenhagenize – a consulting and communications company that specializes in all things cycling-related.
  • 7 Cities That Are Starting To Go Car-Free – After over a hundred years of living with cars, some cities are slowly starting to realize that the automobile doesn’t make a lot of sense in the urban context. It isn’t just the smog or the traffic deaths; in a city, cars aren’t even a convenient way to get around.
  • A New Bike Lane That Could Save Lives and Make Cycling More Popular – In the past few years, U.S. cities have come a long way to make sure bicyclists are safe on the road, but even protected bike lanes have an Achilles heel: the intersection. Most protected bike lanes—lanes that have a physical barrier between bicyclists and drivers—end just before the intersection, leaving bicyclists and pedestrians vulnerable to turning vehicles.
  • The Nickel Tour: Five new residential developments across the country that have laid out the red carpet for cyclists

5. Interesting Articles:

6.  Agencies:

7.  References: