Rather than ticketing people walking and biking, the city must accelerate efforts to build complete streets — a more effective and fair way to improve safety for all.
Berkeley should revise the Adeline Plan and Draft EIR to include a two-lane option on Adeline Street and more housing along the corridor and at Ashby BART.
I overheard a casual conversation at a nail salon about a possible date rape a student experienced. It sickens me that so many perpetrators aren't prosecuted.
The street turns into three on-ramps for two different highways in a span of fewer than 100 yards. Bicyclists are funneled into a separate lane with no protection.
Berkeley’s city manager misled the City Council and public about the true nature of surveillance cameras installed at San Pablo Park.
Even though the City Council passed a resolution calling for the installation of traffic lights or a stop sign, city staff is recommending 'a halfway measure" which is less safe.
Public land should not be transferred to private use. Berkeley should work at the state and regional level to find solutions for RV dwellers.
The call center is a key component of our efforts to raise vital funds for programs across the campus, including scholarships, and support Cal's research. We are committed to its success and to our student workers.
Federal visa requirements for international students don't allow them to work for private companies off-campus.
The ranking system lets each City Council district get its concerns met.
They are the High-Achieving Progressive Professionals buying the $1 million+ homes in the flats. They are well-off and progressive and Berkeley residents should engage their skills, as well as challenge them.
Rather than functioning as an alternative route for Interstate 80, San Pablo needs to serve the people who live, work, shop and go to school in our community.