It was the highest number of traffic deaths the city has seen since at least 1984, the Berkeley Police Department found.
A 58-year-old Berkeley man was charged with vehicular hit-and-run causing injury, driving without a license and parole violation.
A driver struck 90-year-old Jacque Ensign as she walked on Marin Avenue near her North Berkeley home earlier this month.
The crashes took place Thursday and Friday just one block apart.
A new stoplight at Virginia and Sacramento streets will soon be joined by other changes around the station.
“It hasn’t hit me yet,” his daughter told Berkeleyside this week. “I just don’t know what I’m going to do without him.”
A pedestrian suffered major injuries after being hit by a driver in a van on San Pablo Avenue on Thursday afternoon, police report.
It could be the first of several street changes in the Southside neighborhood to benefit pedestrians, bicyclists and public transit riders.
The victim spent one night at the hospital, but may need surgery.
A project to make a dangerous, highly trafficked stretch of Milvia Street safer for cyclists is expected to wrap up in January.
The city of Berkeley is soliciting ideas on how to make Hopkins Street available to all, but the process has not been smooth.
Earlier this week, Berkeley police ticketed dozens of drivers who blew through crosswalks where pedestrians were trying to walk, the department reports.