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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 20, 2023

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, two-thirds of the California labor force would be considered as being employed in occupations of close proximity, according to a Nov. 30 study from the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education.
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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, two-thirds of the California labor force would be considered as being employed in occupations of close proximity, according to a Nov. 30 study from the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education.
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AC Transit is now providing live information about crowding on some buses to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
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AC Transit is now providing live information about crowding on some buses to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
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Eligible low-income Bay Area transit riders may receive transit fare discounts through the Clipper START program, as implemented by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, or MTC.
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Eligible low-income Bay Area transit riders may receive transit fare discounts through the Clipper START program, as implemented by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, or MTC.
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With budget shortages and line cuts, AC Transit and BART need strong leadership to steer them through to the other side of this crisis.
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With budget shortages and line cuts, AC Transit and BART need strong leadership to steer them through to the other side of this crisis.
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On Monday, fare collection and front-door boarding resumed for all AC Transit bus lines, with the exception of Tempo Line 1T.
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On Monday, fare collection and front-door boarding resumed for all AC Transit bus lines, with the exception of Tempo Line 1T.
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Buses are the linchpin to ensuring that we stop global warming, stop rising inequality and get people where they need to go safely.
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Buses are the linchpin to ensuring that we stop global warming, stop rising inequality and get people where they need to go safely.
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Community activist Jean Walsh is running for the AC Transit Board of Directors to represent Ward 2.
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Community activist Jean Walsh is running for the AC Transit Board of Directors to represent Ward 2.
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Former bus operator for AC Transit Dollene Jones is running for an at-large seat on the AC Transit Board of Directors.
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Former bus operator for AC Transit Dollene Jones is running for an at-large seat on the AC Transit Board of Directors.
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With four weeks until the Nov. 3 election, city of Berkeley mayoral candidates Wayne Hsiung, Aidan Hill and incumbent Mayor Jesse Arreguín gathered virtually for a debate moderated and organized by BridgeUSA at Berkeley and The Daily Californian.
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With four weeks until the Nov. 3 election, city of Berkeley mayoral candidates Wayne Hsiung, Aidan Hill and incumbent Mayor Jesse Arreguín gathered virtually for a debate moderated and organized by BridgeUSA at Berkeley and The Daily Californian.
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For Graduate Assembly delegates, defunding UCPD and supporting graduate students amid the COVID-19 pandemic are priorities, as discussed with UC Berkeley administration at the assembly's meeting Thursday.
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For Graduate Assembly delegates, defunding UCPD and supporting graduate students amid the COVID-19 pandemic are priorities, as discussed with UC Berkeley administration at the assembly's meeting Thursday.
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