City and district officials are exploring other options to secure parking for Berkeley High teachers rather than move forward with a $27 million, voter-approved garage on Milvia Street.
What a court ruling on Bay Area transportation funding could mean for Berkeley
A proposed ferry terminal at the Berkeley Marina and bus service on San Pablo Avenue could be candidates for funding from a 2018 bridge toll hike.
Telegraph Avenue redesign on hold amid rising costs
Ambitious plans to rebuild the north end of Telegraph with a new street plaza and bus-only lane have stalled as the project faces a major funding shortfall.
Meet the 2 candidates running for the AC Transit board’s at-large seat
Incumbent Joel Young and challenger Alfred Twu have diverging views on mask mandates, Line 80 and the bus agency’s financial challenges.
Election 2022: AC Transit at-large candidates answer Berkeleyside questions
Meet Joel Young and Alfred Twu, your AC Transit at-large candidates in Alameda County’s November 2022 election.
AC Transit to resume pre-pandemic bus service on several Berkeley lines
Weekend service will return on Line 79. Buses will run more frequently on lines 12, 18, 70 and 88.
Council approves 7-story housing at Ashby, North Berkeley BART stations
The projects could bring more than 5,400 new residents to the city and result in 465 new jobs, according to staff.
From 7 stories to 12: Commission backs taller height limit for BART housing
The City Council is set to vote on the controversial zoning change, which one commissioner called a “fireball,” later this spring.
Lateefah Simon reinstated to BART board as residency dispute continues
The board’s only Black director, who represents parts of Berkeley and Oakland, was improperly removed from her seat, BART says.
Update: BART resumes service on Red Line through Berkeley
Shorter five-car trains are now running along the Red Line route between Richmond and Millbrae.
Berkeley BART stations set to have much less parking when housing gets built
Under the current proposal, there will be 85 parking spots at Ashby BART and 200 spots at North Berkeley BART, including in a satellite lot.
BART director loses seat representing Berkeley, Oakland after moving out of district
Lateefah Simon, one of the BART board’s most vocal advocates for overhauling police, said she moved to a new home following threats related to that work.