Get a job: Cupertino Safe Routes to School Coordinator

Cupertino’s first Safe Routes to School Coordinator will help launch the City’s first Safe Routes to School Task Force Pilot Program in partnership with local School Districts and relevant stakeholders. This effort will formally ally the School Districts...
Whole Foods’ Nickels for Nonprofits benefits SVBC

Whole Foods’ Nickels for Nonprofits benefits SVBC

Did you know that Whole Foods Market gives customers a five-cent credit for bringing your own shopping bags? Did you know that they also have a program where customers can donate that credit to local nonprofit organizations? In the next few months, SVBC will be the...

San Mateo County Committee minutes from April 2, 2015 meeting

SVBC – Peninsula Group Meeting; April 2, 2015: Minutes Attendance: Billy James, Vickie ?, Emma Shlaes, Ellen Barton, Al Meckler, Tim O’Brien, and John Langbein (scribe) Called to Order @ 6:45 Staff report; New outreach coordinator has been hired. Lindsay and...
Ride with Corinne in the Climate Ride!

Ride with Corinne in the Climate Ride!

Climate Ride is just less than two months away, but it isn’t too late to join the team and start training. We would love to have you join our team and ride with us this May! Corinne Winter, our departing Executive Director, will be riding this year, leading the...
Bikepool test ride sets a fun precedent

Bikepool test ride sets a fun precedent

Thanks to Beth Martin with the City of San José Department of Transportation for this guest piece! Bikepooling to work Picture your morning commute. Do you spend too much time behind your steering wheel stuck in traffic or lacking companionship while driving alone in...
Vision Zero proposed for San Jose

Vision Zero proposed for San Jose

I had the pleasure of attending San Jose’s Rules and Open Government Committee meeting yesterday, during which members of the City Council moved forward a proposal from Councilmember Pierluigi Oliverio to formally implement a Vision Zero initiative. SVBC has...