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Cupertino plans safety improvements for major thoroughfare

One of Cupertino’s busiest streets is on the road to becoming safer. Cupertino is receiving more than $425,600 to increase safety on Bollinger Road through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Safe Streets and Roads for All program. The city will match the grant with more than $106,000 from its general fund, in conjunction with San Jose. Bollinger Road, a major thoroughfare that runs for two miles along the San Jose-Cupertino border connecting Lawrence Expressway and De Anza Boulevard, is two lanes in both directions, with no medians or designated bike lanes and few pedestrian crossings. The money will fund traffic…

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