BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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Despite being asked to vacate her position as District 7 BART Board of Directors member in mid-March due to discrepancies about her home address, Lateefah Simon will continue to serve on the board.
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Despite being asked to vacate her position as District 7 BART Board of Directors member in mid-March due to discrepancies about her home address, Lateefah Simon will continue to serve on the board.
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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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The BART Board of Directors approved a $2.42 billion budget to accommodate pandemic-related challenges.
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The BART Board of Directors approved a $2.42 billion budget to accommodate pandemic-related challenges.
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In light of the national Black Lives Matter movement, the BART Police Department introduced policy reforms Friday, expanding training and creating new initiatives.
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In light of the national Black Lives Matter movement, the BART Police Department introduced policy reforms Friday, expanding training and creating new initiatives.
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BART received $251.6 million, the first installment of $1.3 billion in funding from the Federal Transit Administration, or FTA, on Wednesday in light of the challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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BART received $251.6 million, the first installment of $1.3 billion in funding from the Federal Transit Administration, or FTA, on Wednesday in light of the challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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BART has temporarily reduced service hours and is requesting emergency funds after seeing an immediate loss in ridership in the wake of the "shelter in place" order initiated across the Bay Area.
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BART has temporarily reduced service hours and is requesting emergency funds after seeing an immediate loss in ridership in the wake of the "shelter in place" order initiated across the Bay Area.
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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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