Though current plans for Broadway Street do not include protected bike lanes, cyclists argue that installing them there is the best way forward.
This Sunday, a flock of cyclists – including at least two San Antonio City Council members – is set to ride south on Broadway Street to highlight the need for continuous bike lanes.
Mayor Nirenberg and Councilwoman Gonzales have been vocal advocates on Council for bike lanes, but neither was sure what might help force the issue.
Young people in San Antonio joined fellow youth climate strikers around the world on Friday and Saturday with rallies and events that also drew the cooperation of many in the local cycling community.
The City is collecting responses through an online survey for an overhaul of Roosevelt Avenue on San Antonio’s South Side.
As plans proceed without bike infrastructure on Lower Broadway, the mayor says Broadway needs “a continuous, safe, separated bike lane the entire route.”
The City will meet with two stakeholder groups to show them alternatives, and it’s considering hosting more public input sessions, too.
Bike San Antonio, a new local nonprofit advocacy group, has kicked off its campaign to install bike lanes with a physical barrier on Broadway Street.
Better development guidelines and community engagement are keys to sustainable neighborhood growth, panelists said during the Future SA Forum.
How should residents ask the City of San Antonio for infrastructure to protect pedestrians and cyclists?