Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) wants City Council to discuss how it executes large bond projects after the mayor requested changes for Broadway bike lanes.
A seven-member sidewalk repair crew dubbed the “sidewalk squad” will repair nearly two miles of deteriorating sidewalk gaps next year.
A traffic impact study on adding a protected bike lane on Broadway Street is not yet complete.
The City of San Antonio’s proposed 2020 budget would increase funding to affordable housing by $8.5 million.
Most City Council members were receptive to using money from SAWS to make up for shortfalls in next year’s budget.
Councilman Roberto Treviño’s Under 1 Roof program, which has expanded citywide, repaired the 500th roof since the rehabilitation program started in 2015.
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.