Electric-assist bikes are in San Francisco but you won't be seeing them in Berkeley or Oakland for a while due to a deal struck with Ford GoBike's parent company Motivate.
As long as the North Berkeley BART development meets regional needs while also benefiting the neighborhood, I believe it could be of significant benefit to residents.
Neighboring cities have them, and shared scooters are being ridden and parked around Berkeley, but they are not technically permitted to be in the city.
The "pedestrian hybrid beacon" is the first of its kind in Berkeley and is meant to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety.
Wonder where rival bike, e-bike and scooter companies are? Berkeley's requirements make operating tougher than in other cities.
The new BART Plaza will now open even later than expected.
A fully rebuilt parking garage with access on Center and Addison streets is set to reopen by early September, and is stacked with sustainable features, city staff said Tuesday.
The project is almost a year behind schedule. The heavy rains in 2016-17 caused about 50 rain days. A dispute between the general contractor and some subs has also slowed progress.
Hundreds of people gathered Thursday night to hear what kind of housing could be built at the North Berkeley BART station. Officials vowed to be as transparent as possible.
Berkeley and BART officials are holding a meeting Thursday night to allay fears and start the discussion about what could be built. There are no current plans to build anything.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín let slip that the electric car company plans to open a service and parts operation in the former Pyramid Alehouse space.
Berkeley-born LimeBike launches pilot programs for its dockless, shareable bikes in the East Bay