Commentary: We tend to get tunnel vision when considering a specific roadway and sometimes lose sight of the larger transportation network.
A panel of experts said building bicycle lanes and other multimodal projects in San Antonio will take political will but can be done.
Thought leaders from San Antonio, New York City, Washington, Charlotte, Dallas, and Austin will participate in the second annual San Antonio CityFest.
Separated bike lanes and new sidewalks have been installed on Floyd Curl Drive in the medical center. More bike infrastructure is on the way, officials say.
Mayor Nirenberg and Councilwoman Gonzales have been vocal advocates on Council for bike lanes, but neither was sure what might help force the issue.
Commentary: The debate over bike lanes on lower Broadway has been a lesson in poor public engagement.
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.
The City will meet with two stakeholder groups to show them alternatives, and it’s considering hosting more public input sessions, too.
Designs for the Broadway overhaul are almost finalized, but some cycling advocates aren’t pleased with the lack of bike lanes on some portions.
When it comes to complete streets and multimodal transportation, city planners and developers say one thing but do another.