The City is one step closer to paring the number of authorized dockless electric scooters and bikes down to 5,000 vehicles and three companies.
The City has pressed the pause button on the mushrooming local scooter fleet with a moratorium on applications for its dockless vehicle pilot program.
Two parking garage projects in the heart of downtown are expected to be completed by next fall and add hundreds of parking spaces.
Cities across the U.S. including San Antonio are still reeling from regulatory battles with rideshare companies Lyft and Uber. Now, there’s a new game in town: e-scooters.
Parking rates at nine City-owned parking lots and garages in and around downtown San Antonio may increase by $3 to $4 next year during large events.
Local e-scooter startup Blue Duck Scooters made its formal launch Wednesday deploying several scooters just outside the Rand Building downtown.
Reports of accidents involving electric scooters have begun to surface locally as the City Council contemplates how to regulate them.
The City held a meeting Tuesday to gather input on how to regulate dockless vehicles after three operators released e-scooters in San Antonio.
Multi-family housing developers looking to take advantage of City tax rebates, fee waivers, and forgivable loans will now have fewer neighborhoods to choose from as new rules approved by City Council on Thursday shifted and shrunk the boundaries of the Center City Housing Incentive Program.
City Council unanimously approved several ordinances concerning the design and construction for the next generation of river barges during A session Thursday morning.