Electric bike and scooter users can’t ride on the sidewalk under a new proposal City Council is set to consider later this month.
Ford-owned Spin has become the seventh company to launch electric scooter operations in San Antonio, but the company may not be in town for long.
Booz Allen Hamilton is planning to grow its local workforce by about 50 percent. And it’s choosing an increasingly tech-sector-heavy downtown to do so.
As its six-month pilot winds down, the City of San Antonio is considering limiting the number of scooters and scooter companies that can operate in the city.
Local nonprofit organizations always help migrants passing through San Antonio. The recent increase in number led the City to step in as well.
One year before the 2020 census, Bexar County and the City of San Antonio launched their efforts to educate the public about the upcoming headcount.
Permitted to operate as many as 2,000 scooters, Lyft is set to launch its dockless mobility services in San Antonio on Wednesday.
A major part of the planning process was how to construct the land bridge spanning Wurzbach Parkway with minimal disruption to the busy thoroughfare.
After placing a speed limit on electric scooters proved ineffective, the Pearl has imposed a ban on using the vehicles in the 22-acre complex.
With an increasing number of riders injuries and a glut of vehicles littering sidewalks, the City is beefing up enforcement of its e-scooter rules.