Ambitious plans for the Broadway Corridor call for reduced vehicle lanes, buried utilities, wide sidewalks, bike lanes, unified wayfinding, and many trees.
The City of San Antonio and the SA River Authority have teamed up to maximize parking and storm water management just south of the Pearl Brewery complex.
The citizen bond committee divvied up $450 million directed at streets, bridges, and sidewalks and voted in favor of funding “transformational” projects.
For a single Sunday in September, Broadway the commuter street became Broadway the community street.
Maverick Park is a small, somewhat barren and uninviting pocket park located at the corner of Broadway and Jones south of the Pearl Brewery and east of the San Antonio Museum of Art. Save for occasional festivals, Fiesta parades and other events, Maverick Park usually sits empty most of the year, save for the occasional cluster of homeless visitors.
On Saturday, June 6, the doors of the DoSeum will open to host its grand opening celebration in the heart of an emerging culture and business corridor on Broadway Street.
Just past the backhoe parked on the front steps of the Witte Museum, the lobby is now almost unrecognizable.
Dear Councilmember Alan Warrick II,
First off, congratulations on winning your seat — we look forward to having you serve our interests in District 2.
Broadway slept in Sunday morning.
Move SA Forward, a new public interest coalition of San Antonio organizations and businesses, with members ranging from former AT&T and General Motors CEO Ed Whitacre to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, is launching this month in an effort to counter anti-streetcar forces and to support VIA Smart Move transportation projects in San Antonio.