Berkeley’s Healthy Streets pilot program for pedestrian, cyclist safety ends

photo of a bike lane
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Primarily due to a lack of funding, the city's Healthy Streets program is scheduled to end this month. Healthy Streets has promoted safer walking and cycling through limiting car traffic and driving speeds on select roads in Berkeley.

Berkeley’s Healthy Streets program, which promotes safer walking and cycling by limiting car traffic and driving speed on select roads, will end this month.
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Berkeley receives grants for renovation of BART Plaza, Hearst Avenue

The Alameda County Transportation Commission recommended $12.7 million in grants to the city of Berkeley on Thursday to fund three public transportation projects in the Downtown Berkeley area. Following federal approval, grants will be provided to renovate the Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza, Shattuck Square and Hearst Avenue. One proposal plans
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