We don’t want BUSD to value our kids’ safety when they’re on the bus but ignore it when they travel by foot or bike.
Opinion: We will have safer streets without the police: our vision for BerkDOT
Using trained civilians to make most traffic stops is a critical part of reimagining public safety and advancing the movement for Black lives.
Opinion: Terry Taplin, a candidate for the Berkeley City Council, is the climate justice leader of our dreams
When it comes to solving our climate and housing crises, we believe that Terry Taplin is the most inspiring, grounded, and action-oriented candidate running for Berkeley City
Opinion: Ana Vasudeo — Why a safe streets advocate should serve on the Berkeley School Board
Ana Vasudeo will be a rockstar board director for many reasons. One key one is her commitment to making sure that students’ trips to and from school are safe, healthy and fun.
Opinion: Ben Fong is the right candidate to get AC Transit moving
He is the only candidate with the right mix of fresh ideas and experience to make transportation reliable, efficient, and safe for today and tomorrow.
Open letter: Bike, pedestrian advocates ask city to stop ‘misguided’ enforcement
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.
Opinion: 6 steps Berkeley should take to make our streets safe for all people
In the past week, five pedestrians have been struck by cars and seriously injured. Berkeley must step up the pace of its efforts to make its street safer.