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Cupertino plans safety upgrades for road and pedestrian bridge

One of the West Valley’s most beloved trails is set to bridge a gap in its infrastructure, thanks to a boost from federal funding. Silicon Valley Rep. Ro Khanna has secured $850,000 to make Cupertino’s McClellan Road — a vital east-west connector in the city — safer and more accessible to pedestrians. In addition to reconstructing a nearly 100-year-old bridge parallel to McClellan Road which people cross to reach Stevens Creek Trail, the funding could help the city raise the road. This redesign could create a safe underpass for hikers and cyclists and prevent flooding. Walk-Bike Cupertino, an organization that advocates…

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