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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 23, 2023

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In an effort to slow stormwater in a more environmentally friendly way, BART stations across the Bay have been implementing rain gardens and bioswales to capture stormwater.  
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In an effort to slow stormwater in a more environmentally friendly way, BART stations across the Bay have been implementing rain gardens and bioswales to capture stormwater.  
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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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BART and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, or SFMTA, will receive $386 million of federal funding as part of the American Rescue Plan, or ARP.
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BART and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, or SFMTA, will receive $386 million of federal funding as part of the American Rescue Plan, or ARP.
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The act, sponsored by Seamless Bay Area, the Bay Area Council and TransForm, advocates for an integrated transit fare structure by 2024, reads a press release from Becker’s office. 
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The act, sponsored by Seamless Bay Area, the Bay Area Council and TransForm, advocates for an integrated transit fare structure by 2024, reads a press release from Becker’s office. 
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At least eight BART train cars may receive a second life as a part of BART’s Legacy Fleet Decommissioning project. Some will be used to train local firefighters, while others may become a time capsule fit with a retro videogame arcade. And if all goes to plan, several others may be preserved in a railway museum for future generations to admire. 
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At least eight BART train cars may receive a second life as a part of BART’s Legacy Fleet Decommissioning project. Some will be used to train local firefighters, while others may become a time capsule fit with a retro videogame arcade. And if all goes to plan, several others may be preserved in a railway museum for future generations to admire. 
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For the first time in its history, BART offered five lines of service in addition to a return to pre-pandemic hours of operation Sunday.
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For the first time in its history, BART offered five lines of service in addition to a return to pre-pandemic hours of operation Sunday.
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BART Board of Directors announced the unanimous endorsement of a Baywide coalition to combat the effects of climate change.
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BART Board of Directors announced the unanimous endorsement of a Baywide coalition to combat the effects of climate change.
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On Thursday, the BART Board of Directors voted to approve a policy requiring all BART employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Dec. 13.
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On Thursday, the BART Board of Directors voted to approve a policy requiring all BART employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Dec. 13.
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UC Berkeley successfully sold “The Fourth Pillar,” the first nonfungible token, or NFT, based on Nobel-Prize-winning research for $54,360 at an auction Tuesday.
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UC Berkeley successfully sold “The Fourth Pillar,” the first nonfungible token, or NFT, based on Nobel-Prize-winning research for $54,360 at an auction Tuesday.
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UC Berkeley will auction two nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, relating to Nobel Prize-winning inventions for the funding of future research and innovation.
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UC Berkeley will auction two nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, relating to Nobel Prize-winning inventions for the funding of future research and innovation.
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