A panel of experts said building bicycle lanes and other multimodal projects in San Antonio will take political will but can be done.
In May, the Texas Transportation Commission established an ambitious goal of ending all road fatalities by 2050, budgeting $600 million to enhance safety.
Hoping to pick up the pieces after a few public blunders, Blue Duck Scooters has taken the first steps toward raising $30 million in capital.
*Sponsored* VIA Metropolitan Transit’s “Decade of Mobility” will be a community-led charge toward a completely reimagined transit system.
Of the eight Big Boy steam engines remaining, the No. 4014 is the only one still operable. Prior to this year, the No. 4014 had not operated since 1959.
A move to include bike lanes in the design for lower Broadway failed Monday, but a separate zoning vote could still bring the issue before City Council next year.
The podcast’s final Season 1 episode tells the story of aviation pioneer Katherine Stinson.
A nearly nine-mile stretch of Zarzamora Street in San Antonio’s West Side will receive $7 million worth of street redesigns to enhance transit infrastructure and safety.
A zoning change is required for the City to implement a $42 million improvement project for Broadway Street.
Houston and Dallas will have a high-speed rail connecting them as soon as 2026, Texas Central’s Holly Reed told the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.
The Texas Department of Transportation is inviting community members to provide feedback on Texas Transportation Plan 2050.