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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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As BART ridership stays low and federal funding for transit agencies is expected to run out, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission had Bay Area transit agencies plan for three possible funding scenarios.
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As BART ridership stays low and federal funding for transit agencies is expected to run out, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission had Bay Area transit agencies plan for three possible funding scenarios.
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Hosted by Berkeley City Council over Zoom, the first of three sessions aiming to “re-imagine” the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations in a community-lead effort was held Monday.
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Hosted by Berkeley City Council over Zoom, the first of three sessions aiming to “re-imagine” the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations in a community-lead effort was held Monday.
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As California’s coronavirus surge begins to slow, BART is rolling out planned safety measures and calling for increased government funding.
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As California’s coronavirus surge begins to slow, BART is rolling out planned safety measures and calling for increased government funding.
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AC Transit suspended all fare payments and implemented rear-door boarding on its buses March 23 until further notice in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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AC Transit suspended all fare payments and implemented rear-door boarding on its buses March 23 until further notice in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The money was granted again this year after eight members of Congress from the Bay Area lobbied FEMA to secure more funding for police patrols.
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The money was granted again this year after eight members of Congress from the Bay Area lobbied FEMA to secure more funding for police patrols.
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Measure RR allows the issuance of $3.5 billion in bonds to fund infrastructure projects, including replacing the third rail, which powers BART trains.
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Measure RR allows the issuance of $3.5 billion in bonds to fund infrastructure projects, including replacing the third rail, which powers BART trains.
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Starting Monday, Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, began to enhance public safety by mandating police and fare inspectors to work extra hours in the service’s busiest areas in order to “bolster their visible presence and enhance public safety,” according to a BART press release.
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Starting Monday, Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, began to enhance public safety by mandating police and fare inspectors to work extra hours in the service’s busiest areas in order to “bolster their visible presence and enhance public safety,” according to a BART press release.
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BART may soon turn parking lots and vacant property into housing, pending Gov. Jerry Brown’s approval of a controversial bill.
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BART may soon turn parking lots and vacant property into housing, pending Gov. Jerry Brown’s approval of a controversial bill.
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This request for transformative projects is designed to reach out to individuals and organizations that are not traditionally associated with transit agencies and partners.
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This request for transformative projects is designed to reach out to individuals and organizations that are not traditionally associated with transit agencies and partners.
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Mable Howard, as described by her daughter Mildred Howard, was a leading community organiser who successfully launched a lawsuit against BART in 1968. An above-ground train would have disrupted many small local businesses — “banks, hardware stores, a shoe store, an appliance store” — and divided white communities and communities of color across the tracks.
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Mable Howard, as described by her daughter Mildred Howard, was a leading community organiser who successfully launched a lawsuit against BART in 1968. An above-ground train would have disrupted many small local businesses — “banks, hardware stores, a shoe store, an appliance store” — and divided white communities and communities of color across the tracks.
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