Berkeley City Council approves multiple pedestrian improvements

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A number of mobility improvement projects — approved by Berkeley City Council — were funded by the city through a collaboration with the 2012 Berkeley Way Project. These projects include the construction of a “Class IV” bike lane, in addition to a proposed “bicycle boulevard” that would pass from Sacramento Street to Addison Street to provide students a safer commute through the city toward campus.

In efforts to ensure safer pedestrian traffic, Berkeley City Council approved multiple pedestrian improvements near Downtown Berkeley and the UC Berkeley campus. 
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What the Berkeley street you live on says about you

The city of Berkeley has many streets and avenues for college students to inhabit during their years here at UC Berkeley. Not only are these housing streets infamous for their ridiculously high rent, but they also have a little reputation of their own. Which street do you live on, and what does it say about who you are as a person?
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