The San Antonio B-Cycle hub located at the corner of César Chávez Boulevard and South Alamo Street. Photo by Scott Ball.

Supporters Reshaping B-Cycle’s Operating Model

It’s been more than four months since a frustrated San Antonio Bikeshare Executive Director Cindi Snell announced plans to resign from her unpaid role operating San Antonio B-Cycle, the city’s bikeshare program, which stirred the non-profit’s small board and City leadership to explore ways to recruit and fund new leadership.

A San Antonio B-Cycle next to the San Antonio River. Photo by Scott Ball.

Job Opening: Executive Director of San Antonio B-Cycle

A job posting on the City of San Antonio’s employment portal describes what the Office of Sustainability is looking for in the person that will run San Antonio B-Cycle:
“Under administrative direction, is responsible for overseeing all business operations related to San Antonio’s Bike Share program.

San Antonio Could Lose Bikeshare, Too

San Antonio B-Cycle, by most measures, should be a national model: first bikeshare program in Texas, one of the first in the nation, and after four years its network of 55 stations and 450 bikes is set to expand to 76 stations and 650 bikes with a $1.2 million Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) grant.