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.
With the lessons of Harvey fresh in the minds of local leaders, Bexar County officials are taking a renewed look at the area’s flood preparedness.
While some increasingly identify as Latinx, the term has also created confusion and frustration for others.
If San Antonio is to live up to its goal of being an equitable city, openness must be reflected in the ways its leaders engage both data and citizens.
Recent data from local and state sources suggest the so-called “sanctuary cities” law may have a greater psychological impact on San Antonio’s immigrant population than a legal one.
We compiled a guide that will help readers get in touch with their representatives to make their voices heard on important issues.