How should residents ask the City of San Antonio for infrastructure to protect pedestrians and cyclists?
Saturday is Veterans Day, the anniversary of the signing of the 1918 armistice that ended World War I. And if you wanted to find a veteran to thank in San Antonio, the Acadiana Cafe was the place to be.
Platforms like Strava can help city officials take a new approach to deciding where bike infrastructure should go by sharing its users’ data.
Texas and San Antonio have been the site of mass killings, including the ambush shooting that killed five Dallas police officers in July 2016.
CI:Now’s Viz-a-lyzer allows users to explore Bexar County data across several key indicators at varying geographic levels over time.
Using the information created from the map, the Rivard Report hopes to build awareness of the current condition of cycling infrastructure.
Members of the public are encouraged to create and add their own events in this community-led celebration of cycling that runs from Oct. 12-22.
While 83% of households in San Antonio have both a computer and internet, the issue is not how many are connected, but rather who is connected, and where.
San Antonio’s economic disparity is geographic, with wealth and greater economic activity concentrated along its northern boundary while neighborhoods in the urban core have markedly higher rates of poverty and unemployment.
San Antonio’s generosity toward hurricane victims and depth of caring, from all sectors and walks of life, can barely be tallied.