The University of Texas at San Antonio will be opening a bicycle repair station named in honor of bicyclist and community leader Tito Bradshaw.
As of Monday, the City of San Antonio has banned e-scooterists from riding on the sidewalk, but some worry the rule might be unenforceable.
Ten companies – including all the current operators – are gearing up to bid on three City contracts to operate dockless scooters in San Antonio.
*Sponsored* The DoSeum’s special summer exhibit, Going Places, explores the major modes of transportation – land, air, and water – through 17 interactive exhibits.
Commentary: Safety must be prioritized over convenience when designing roads in San Antonio.
Commentary: Transportation options are vital for our 37 million annual visitors to navigate San Antonio and experience everything our city has to offer.
The Transportation and Capital Improvements Department is using a vehicle equipped with a laser-scanning machine to evaluate which city roads need repairs.
County Judge Nelson Wolff and urbanist Gil Penalosa discussed how adding parks, sidewalks and bike lanes can better residents’ health and quality of life.
TxDOT plans to close the entire intersection at Bandera Road and Loop 1604 beginning at 9 p.m. Friday. It’s set to reopen early Monday morning.
Toronto urbanist Gil Penalosa was invited back to San Antonio by the local chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and County Judge Nelson Wolff are endorsing Rey Saldaña to be the VIA board chair, replacing Hope Andrade.