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San Antonio B-Cycle will unveil its brand-new “B-Cycle 2.0” bikes, as well as its upgraded bikeshare programs and membership options, at an open house on Friday, July 1 from 6-8 p.m. at its new Hemisfair office inside the historic Pereida house on 510 S. Alamo St.
The Texas Folklife Festival announced a collaboration with VIA Metropolitan Transit, Lyft, and B-Cycle on Wednesday to expand transportation options for its coming festivities on June 10-12.
San Antonio B-Cycle is expanding its reach in the urban core with three additional bikeshare stations and 50 new and improved B-Cycle bikes.
City leaders say a collaborative effort is needed to help the San Antonio area stave off a costly non-compliance designation for new ozone air pollution standards.
With surplus funds on the table, City Council unanimously approved several mid-year requests, including a one-time, $121,500 payment to San Antonio B-Cycle from the Hotel Occupancy Tax and Energy Efficiency funds.
City officials are already working on the 2016 budget, which makes more sense when you consider that San Antonio’s next fiscal year runs from Oct.
The sky dropped some much-needed water on San Antonio’s Earth Day on Wednesday.
The Dignowity Hill Farmer’s Market opened Sunday morning to a successful day of commerce in San Antonio’s Eastside, further signaling the revitalization of the neighborhood. Dignowity Park, nestled in the heart of the historic district, will continue to host the farmer’s market on the second and fourth Sunday of each month.