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The Daily Californian
Man possibly stabbed in Berkeley, found in Oakland BART stationAn injured man was found with a possible stab wound at the MacArthur BART stati
The Daily Californian / Posted 2 days ago
An injured man was found with a possible stab wound at the MacArthur BART station late Friday night, according to BART spokesperson Alicia Troste. BART police were alerted of a male victim who may have been stabbed about 10:30 p.m., Troste said, and... Read more
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The Daily Californian
BART introduces new changes to clean stations and increase ridershipsix months and will assign custodians to specific stations to increase employee
The Daily Californian / Posted 9 days ago
six months and will assign custodians to specific stations to increase employee ownership and accountability, Dufty said. BART spokesperson Jim Allison said people have urinated on the tracks of the Powell Street and Civic Center stations, and... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Berkeley City Council to consider removing Here There sculpture fenceBART riders and employees in an area where the train tracks transition from ele
The Daily Californian / Posted 10 days ago
BART riders and employees in an area where the train tracks transition from elevated to underground, according to BART spokesperson Jim Allison. Residents of a homeless encampment located on the land next to the sculpture, organized by... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
BART launches courtesy campaign, reminds elevators are not bathroomsasked the students to come up with something attention grabbing, engaging, hone
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 14 days ago
asked the students to come up with something attention grabbing, engaging, honest and playful,” said Alicia Trost, BART Spokesperson, who worked with the students in addition to BART’s Art Program Manager Jennifer Easton and Tim Chan,... Read more
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BART
BART partners with students to launch new courtesy postersasked the students to come up with something attention grabbing, engaging, hone
BART / Posted 15 days ago
asked the students to come up with something attention grabbing, engaging, honest and playful,” said Alicia Trost, BART Spokesperson, who worked with the students in addition to BART’s Art Program Manager Jennifer Easton and Tim Chan,... Read more
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The Daily Californian
BART builds spiked fence around evicted encampment in South Berkeleyof the encampment, noted on its Facebook page that a new fence with spiked edge
The Daily Californian / Posted 24 days ago
of the encampment, noted on its Facebook page that a new fence with spiked edges had been put up around the area. BART spokesperson Jim Allison said in an email that the fence was installed in order to replace temporary fencing that had... Read more
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The Daily Californian
City of Berkeley can be sued by homeless rights activist group, judge rulesof Penal Code Section 647(e), which prohibits lodging on public property withou
The Daily Californian / Posted 29 days ago
of Penal Code Section 647(e), which prohibits lodging on public property without permission of the property owner,” said BART spokesperson Jim Allison in an email. Allison also alleged that in addition to the eviction notice, a list of available... Read more
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