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Traffic deaths spike across the US

Traffic deaths spike across the US

Nathan Stevens

March 10, 2017


Filed under National, NEWS

Traffic — it’s an inconvenience that anyone who’s ever been on a drive knows all too well. According to the CDC, it is also the number one cause of death for teenagers in the U.S. aged 12 to 19. However, a 2016 National Safety Council study shows it’s not just teenagers that are getting into ...

Traffic, schools and City Council

Traffic, schools and City Council

Angela Liu

November 4, 2011


Filed under NEWS

Six candidates are campaigning against each other for two open positions on Cupertino’s City Council. Although City Council members do not affect schools as profoundly as school board members, they still influence the schools in indirect ways, according to incumbent candidate Gilbert Wong. Here, we ask ...

New pilot program aims to alleviate traffic woes

New pilot program aims to alleviate traffic woes

Edward Wang

September 8, 2010


Filed under NEWS

City collaborates with Cupertino schools to reduce traffic   Read More »...

Traffic congestion isn’t as simple as it looks

Traffic congestion isn’t as simple as it looks

Scott Hyon

September 8, 2010


Filed under OPINION

  School administrations are (finally) doing all they can to curb extensive traffic problem Read More »...

New pilot program aims to alleviate traffic woes

New pilot program aims to alleviate traffic woes

Edward Wang

September 7, 2010


Filed under NEWS

City collaborates with Cupertino schools to reduce traffic   Read More »...

Boltage system tracks bikers and walkers

Boltage system tracks bikers and walkers

Edward Wang

September 3, 2010


Filed under NEWS

A newly-installed sensor system at Kennedy Middle School and Lincoln Elementary School will encourage students to walk and bike   Read More »...

Nearby tragedy affects Chinese schools

Nearby tragedy affects Chinese schools

Selene Rubino

November 25, 2009


Filed under NEWS

http://elestoque.org/images/stories/topheadlines/chineseschool.jpg With the parking lot death of a six-year-old boy, Cupertino Chinese School reevaluates its traffic policies Read More »...

Staying safe on two wheels

Selene Rubino

September 9, 2009


Filed under NEWS

What looks like a stampede of hundreds of thousands is actually a typical morning at MVHS as the bus circle clogs up with students pouring into the school. When the clocks strike 7:30, the wheels of cars and bikes spin visibly faster in a mad dash to get to class on time. Every so often, the path of...