A majority of San Antonio City Council committee members that will review a bike lane option for lower Broadway are supportive of the idea.
San Antonio’s first pedestrian mobility officer will work on a Pedestrian Master Plan and monitor projects for opportunities to enhance walkability.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg is lobbying City staff to include protected bike lanes on the lower portion of Broadway Street.
Councilman Roberto Treviño filed a request to create a Renters Commission that would advise it on affordable housing, renter rights, and more.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg dissolved the Arts, Culture, and Heritage Committee and made changes to the membership of the Governance Committee.
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.
Officials say Acero will be attractive to a variety of prospective tenants wanting to live in an upscale yet affordable community in the city’s urban core.
As plans proceed without bike infrastructure on Lower Broadway, the mayor says Broadway needs “a continuous, safe, separated bike lane the entire route.”
City Council was originally supposed to vote on new lease terms for Market Square business owners. The vote has been rescheduled for August.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg said he will re-establish himself as “the people’s mayor” and strengthen collaboration with City Council during his next term.