For three years, there has been no way for transit riders to travel east and west along the 3-mile stretch in one of Alameda County’s densest areas.
We approached AC Transit and asked them to at the very least restore the 80 along Ashby Avenue.
To keep up with population growth in Berkeley, it makes sense to build more housing according to the Regional Housing Needs Allocation.
The new ridesharing tax approved by voters is estimated to bring in around $910,000 annually and could pay for the free bus service.
Using trained civilians to make most traffic stops is a critical part of reimagining public safety and advancing the movement for Black lives.
The City Council must act and also permit the construction of more multifamily housing in residential neighborhoods.
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
The memorandum of understanding the City Council will sign with BART will make 35% of the housing affordable