TBS Today, Aug. 4

Berkeley saw a sharp increase in injury collisions for drivers and passengers in the second quarter of 2023, new BPD traffic statistics show.

Injury collisions involving cyclists and pedestrians were relatively flat compared to the first quarter of the year, but injury collisions involving vehicles alone rose 41%, according to the Berkeley Police Department's Transparency Hub data portal, which was updated last week.

We spent today crunching the numbers and look forward to hearing your feedback about our latest exclusive report.

Berkeley injury crashes involving only drivers are up 41%
Injury collisions involving pedestrians fell slightly and those involving cyclists were essentially flat, according to new Berkeley traffic data.
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