Berkeley Lab

Increased Patrol of Parking Areas and Enforcement of Parking Regulations

Protective Services will increase patrols and the issuance of citations beginning Feb. 1. Repeat violations will result in the loss of parking privileges for five days. Current parking policies are available here. Send questions/feedback here.

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Nonstop BART-to-ALS Shuttle to Replace Bike Trailer

A new van will run from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station to the Advanced Light Source at 7:25, 7:50, 8:15, 8:40 and 9:05 a.m. It will accommodate 14 passengers, with priority given to the first five cyclists.

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On the Road With Susan Synarski and Gita Meckel

In this latest installment of the “Commuter Chronicles,” we look at how Susan Synarski (ETA) and Gita Meckel (EHS) adjusted how they get to work in light of diminishing parking availability at the Lab.

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New Bike Racks, Repair Station Installed Near Bldg. 65 Bus Stop

The area can now accommodate over 45 bicycles, doubling the prior capacity. A new bike safety and repair station has been installed as well, allowing minor bike repairs for safer rides.

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One Day Per Week: Use Pre-Tax Dollars to Purchase BART, AC Transit Fares

One Day Per Week: Use pre-tax dollars via WageWorks to buy public transit tickets and save hundreds of dollars per year. The Guaranteed Ride Home program offers free rides.

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One Day Per Week

One Day Per Week
A video message from Glenn Kubiak, Deputy Director for Lab Operations, on clean and sustainable commute options.

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How Warren Elliott Spun a Dare Into a Daily Bike Commute

In 2002, a co-worker challenged Warren Elliott to ride their bikes to work. The 68-year-old with Facilities now rides to work everyday, and has become a competitive long-distance cyclist.

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The Lab’s ‘MyGreenCar’ Seeks Beta Testers

A Lab team has developed the MyGreenCar App to take these uncertainties out of buying a green car. Beta testers of the app are needed. Go here for more on MyGreenCar and here to sign up.

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Emeryville Staffer Continues to Carpool, Even When Parking Is Plentiful

Cynthia Sylvester (OCFO) has carpooled almost every day since she came to the Lab in 2006. Not being able to leave whenever she wants is a small sacrifice considering she gets to commute with friends and lessen stress from driving.

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Commute Survey Analyzed, Report Now Available

A report based on preliminary analysis of the 2016 Berkeley Lab Commute Survey is now available. This report will help inform options to mitigate parking shortfalls due to construction of the Integrative Genomics Building (IGB) at the Bevatron Lot that begins this fall.

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