Sunday Streets Berkeley

Livable Berkeley, Downtown Berkeley Association, North Shattuck Association and the City of Berkeley collaborate to transform the nearly two miles of the city’s main thoroughfare into temporary park for six hours of fun for all.

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Berkeley City Council Hesitates to Fund More Sunday Streets Events

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Berkeley residents are clamoring for more street openings following the city’s first Sunday Streets event last October, where an estimated 43,000 people enjoyed 17 car-free blocks of Shattuck Avenue. But the Berkeley City Council has been hesitant to make a full commitment to bring back the events on a regular basis. Livable Berkeley, the sponsor of […]

Livable Berkeley: Fundraiser for Berkeley Sunday Streets

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From Livable Berkeley: Fundraiser for Berkeley Sunday Streets Donkey & Goat Winery Berkeley, CA This fall, we’re planning to close the Downtown to cars on a Sunday, turning the Downtown into a paved park where people can bike, walk, jog and dance, meet up with friends and play in the street. We’ll need your help to make […]

Berkeley Measure M Workshop: Repave Bikeways!

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From East Bay Bicycle Coalition: Public workshop May 2 We have a great opportunity to get Berkeley pothole-ridden bikeways repaved and in the process encourage more people to take up bike commuting. With Bike to Work Daycoming up May 9, now is the time to take advantage of the demand for better bike facilities in Berkeley. […]

EBBC and Buy Local Berkeley Holiday Bike Shopping Ride

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From EBBC: Do your holiday shopping by bicycle! Buy Local Berkeley is teaming up with the East Bay Bicycle Coalition to organize a holiday shopping bike ride across three merchant districts in Berkeley, stopping at locally-owned businesses who are offering coupons from a special mobile app provided by Buy Local Berkeley and Chinook Book. We’ll […]

Public Scoping Meeting for Richmond LBNL/UC Berkeley Research Facility

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From EBBC: Lawrence Berkeley National Lab issued a Notice of Preparation and Initial Study for their Richmond Bay Campus project on January 4. You may download it from www.lbl.gov/Community/second-campus/assets/docs/env/RBC_LRDP_EIR_NOP.pdf. The Initial Study mentions the Bay Trail a few times and talks about pedestrian and bicyclist connectivity without reference to the need for planned Bay Trail connections […]