If San Antonio can draw lessons from this week’s gasoline panic, it’s that our future cannot rely solely on cars and the gas that powers them.
Speaking on a wide array of topics, Mayor Ron Nirenberg answered questions submitted in advance in a town hall-style meeting Thursday.
The $165.6 million, seven-story Consolidated Rental Car Facility (CONRAC) and skybridge project at the San Antonio International Airport (SAT) officially broke ground on Tuesday morning.
I am a public transportation nerd.
If you haven’t used the rideshare apps Uber and Lyft, you are probably puzzled by all the noise about an ordinance being considered Thursday by San Antonio City Council to regulate these emerging technologies.
Before it’s too late and we become a sprawling city of expressway and downtown gridlock, San Antonio needs to embrace new and better ways of moving people in and out and through the city.
Back in 1994, when I was hired on at the San Antonio-Bexar County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), the staff was smaller and everybody covered more things.
Tuesday morning the VIA board heard the recommendation from streetcar planners regarding the proposed routes for modern streetcar in the city, expected to be completed by 2017.
VIA officials and citizens took a break from the rhetoric flying over VIA’s proposed modern streetcar project at another public hearing last night, and instead spent most of the evening looking at facts and figures.