Boston-based Steward Health Care System has signed on for a three-year title sponsorship with San Antonio B-Cycle.
City staff will investigate best practices and latest technologies to develop a pilot program for dockless bikeshare systems in San Antonio.
San Antonio B-Cycle will unveil its brand-new “B-Cycle 2.0” bikes, as well as its upgraded bikeshare programs and membership options, at an open house on Friday, July 1 from 6-8 p.m. at its new Hemisfair office inside the historic Pereida house on 510 S. Alamo St.
“You really need to tell your story,” Cindy Snell told me during a chance encounter at a local coffee shop early one morning.
J.D. Simpson, one of the city’s original San Antonio B-Cycle employees who left in 2013 to help launch Austin B-Cycle, has been named executive director of the nonprofit San Antonio Bike Share.
It’s been more than four months since a frustrated San Antonio Bikeshare Executive Director Cindi Snell announced plans to resign from her unpaid role operating San Antonio B-Cycle, the city’s bikeshare program, which stirred the non-profit’s small board and City leadership to explore ways to recruit and fund new leadership.
It might not seem like it at first glance, but one of the most desirable job openings in San Antonio’s urban core is executive director of the city’s fast-growing San Antonio B-Cycle bikeshare program.
San Antonio’s local music scene will expand into the Empire Theatre this Friday as the 101-year-old venue hosts the debut of its TwoTen Empire Concert Series with local indie bands The Lost Project and Pop Pistol.
After a small rain shower the clouds opened up just before lunchtime.
A job posting on the City of San Antonio’s employment portal describes what the Office of Sustainability is looking for in the person that will run San Antonio B-Cycle:
“Under administrative direction, is responsible for overseeing all business operations related to San Antonio’s Bike Share program.