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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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MLK Jr. Way to redevelop streets, improve traffic safety under Vision Zero

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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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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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.
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.
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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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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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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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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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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BART will end its mask mandate effective Oct. 2 following the expiration of an two-month-old order that required masking in the system's ticketed areas. 
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BART will end its mask mandate effective Oct. 2 following the expiration of an two-month-old order that required masking in the system's ticketed areas. 
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BART’s 50th anniversary party Saturday encapsulated a widespread passion for public transit and how it enables riders to experience everything the Bay Area has to offer. 
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BART’s 50th anniversary party Saturday encapsulated a widespread passion for public transit and how it enables riders to experience everything the Bay Area has to offer. 
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