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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Martin Luther King Jr. Way will be revamped to be in line with Vision Zero which intends to improve traffic safety.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Way will be revamped to be in line with Vision Zero which intends to improve traffic safety.
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Berkeley should continue with this effort to make the streets safer for bikers — a move that is both eco-friendly and people-centered. 
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Berkeley should continue with this effort to make the streets safer for bikers — a move that is both eco-friendly and people-centered. 
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On May 2, 2017, the city of Berkeley approved the Berkeley Bicycle Plan 2017. The plan recommended a network of bike facilities that would connect Berkeley as a whole, making it possible for people to get around without unsafe intersections and high volumes of traffic.
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On May 2, 2017, the city of Berkeley approved the Berkeley Bicycle Plan 2017. The plan recommended a network of bike facilities that would connect Berkeley as a whole, making it possible for people to get around without unsafe intersections and high volumes of traffic.
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The Berkeley Police Department arrested a suspect in connection to the robbery via a rifle near Unit 2 on Sunday, according to a Nixle alert sent Tuesday.
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The Berkeley Police Department arrested a suspect in connection to the robbery via a rifle near Unit 2 on Sunday, according to a Nixle alert sent Tuesday.
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The Berkeley Rose Garden proves to be more than just a garden, with its four tennis courts, a redwood pergola, picnic tables, hiking trails and more.
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The Berkeley Rose Garden proves to be more than just a garden, with its four tennis courts, a redwood pergola, picnic tables, hiking trails and more.
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The city of Berkeley must follow through with its plans to incentivize walking, biking and using public transit throughout the city.
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The city of Berkeley must follow through with its plans to incentivize walking, biking and using public transit throughout the city.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to advance two citywide affordable housing initiatives as well as a budget referral for a homelessness coordinator for a portion of South Shattuck Avenue at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to advance two citywide affordable housing initiatives as well as a budget referral for a homelessness coordinator for a portion of South Shattuck Avenue at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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The proposed project will establish a two-way protected bike lane, traffic signal improvements and a bus boarding island on Dana Street between Bancroft Way and Dwight Way. To allow for emergency vehicle access and the construction of the bus boarding island and protected bikeway, on-street parking and commercial and passenger loading zones will be moved from the west to the east side of the street. 
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The proposed project will establish a two-way protected bike lane, traffic signal improvements and a bus boarding island on Dana Street between Bancroft Way and Dwight Way. To allow for emergency vehicle access and the construction of the bus boarding island and protected bikeway, on-street parking and commercial and passenger loading zones will be moved from the west to the east side of the street. 
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Berkeley Police Department officers arrested a man south of UC Berkeley's campus on suspicion of resisting arrest Friday afternoon. 
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Berkeley Police Department officers arrested a man south of UC Berkeley's campus on suspicion of resisting arrest Friday afternoon. 
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Hours after leaving a discussion on street safety March 16, Berkeley street safety advocate, Jackie Erbe was severely injured in a collision on Ninth Street and Channing Way.
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Hours after leaving a discussion on street safety March 16, Berkeley street safety advocate, Jackie Erbe was severely injured in a collision on Ninth Street and Channing Way.
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