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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Amid a push to prioritize pedestrians on the road, Berkeley took its first step toward potentially banning cars from making right turns at red lights Thursday.
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Amid a push to prioritize pedestrians on the road, Berkeley took its first step toward potentially banning cars from making right turns at red lights Thursday.
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A group in Berkeley is advocating for the election of leaders who will fight traffic violence with urgency, in light of multiple recent motor-pedestrian collisions.
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A group in Berkeley is advocating for the election of leaders who will fight traffic violence with urgency, in light of multiple recent motor-pedestrian collisions.
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UC Berkeley alumnus, city of Berkeley Planning Commissioner and community advocate Alfred Twu is running for the AC Transit Board of Directors on a platform to bring more coordination and reliability to the Bay Area’s public transportation.
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UC Berkeley alumnus, city of Berkeley Planning Commissioner and community advocate Alfred Twu is running for the AC Transit Board of Directors on a platform to bring more coordination and reliability to the Bay Area’s public transportation.
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Northside is the most populated area of North Berkeley, yet some residents have expressed that its public transportation is inadequate.
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Northside is the most populated area of North Berkeley, yet some residents have expressed that its public transportation is inadequate.
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The city of Berkeley took the first steps toward providing fare-free access to Sunday AC Transit bus rides originating in the city — garnering qualified support from many but facing an uncertain future.
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The city of Berkeley took the first steps toward providing fare-free access to Sunday AC Transit bus rides originating in the city — garnering qualified support from many but facing an uncertain future.
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The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration awarded BART a $330.8 million COVID-19 relief grant Thursday under the American Rescue Plan. 
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The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration awarded BART a $330.8 million COVID-19 relief grant Thursday under the American Rescue Plan. 
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UC Berkeley senior Shashank Dholakia was ready to start using public transit again after finally getting vaccinated for COVID-19. Dholakia, a frequent user of his campus-issued “EZ Pass,” was using AC Transit normally until a few days ago, when his card was suddenly declined.
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UC Berkeley senior Shashank Dholakia was ready to start using public transit again after finally getting vaccinated for COVID-19. Dholakia, a frequent user of his campus-issued “EZ Pass,” was using AC Transit normally until a few days ago, when his card was suddenly declined.
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The University Avenue fire that occurred Nov. 21 displaced about 20 Berkeley residents, in addition to blocking off car access to several businesses.
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The University Avenue fire that occurred Nov. 21 displaced about 20 Berkeley residents, in addition to blocking off car access to several businesses.
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Eligible low-income Bay Area transit riders may receive transit fare discounts through the Clipper START program, as implemented by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, or MTC.
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Eligible low-income Bay Area transit riders may receive transit fare discounts through the Clipper START program, as implemented by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, or MTC.
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Community activist Jean Walsh is running for the AC Transit Board of Directors to represent Ward 2.
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Community activist Jean Walsh is running for the AC Transit Board of Directors to represent Ward 2.
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