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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