Siclovia often feels like a parallel universe – one where bikes and other human-powered modes of transit reign supreme.
Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales (D5), who chairs the transportation committee, chided TCI leaders for failing to answer her previously posed questions.
Commentary: Commuting in a non-bike-friendly city made me realize that bike-friendly infrastructure will play a key factor in where I choose to live in the future.
Commentary: Mayor Ron Nirenberg wants protected bike lanes and the people riding those bicycles to be part of the Broadway fabric. I am with the mayor.
As plans proceed without bike infrastructure on Lower Broadway, the mayor says Broadway needs “a continuous, safe, separated bike lane the entire route.”
The University of the Incarnate Word has agreed in principle to purchase the AT&T Building, which sits across Hildebrand from the university.
One potential buyer of the AT&T building is the neighboring private university that occupies the north corner of Broadway and Hildebrand Avenue.
HDRC on Wednesday granted development firm NRP Group final approval for a five-story mixed-use apartment building on lower Broadway Street.
Bank of America is the first enterprise to sign a lease with Silver Ventures for office space in a six-story tower under construction at the Pearl.
Organizations assigned a parking spot each used their space to show what their vision for McCullough Avenue.