Most of the 100,000 daily commuters traveling on U.S. 281 and Loop 1604 have anticipated – and dreaded – what’s set to begin Monday.
NAFTA has significantly affected cross-border traffic and commerce in several Texas cities.
Texas is a highway state. This reality stems from the need to meet the mobility demands of both sprawling metropolitan regions and vast rural areas.
Plans to expand parts of U.S. 281 and Interstate 10 with high-occupancy vehicles lanes were approved by the Texas Transportation Commission at a meeting in Austin Thursday.
The design phase of Olmos Creek’s federally funded restoration is running on schedule, said local officials during a workshop at the Christopher Columbus Italian Society on Saturday, April 2.
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 B-Cycle, by most measures, should be a national model: first bikeshare program in Texas, one of the first in the nation, and after four years its network of 55 stations and 450 bikes is set to expand to 76 stations and 650 bikes with a $1.2 million Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) grant.