City and San Antonio River Authority workers have drained the river for the first time in four years to remove mud and debris.
Gopinath “Gopi” Akalkotkar, San Antonio’s new city architect, was hired by the City’s Transportation and Capital Improvements Department in August 2019.
As San Antonio continues to grow, stormwater engineers are using lessons learned on the San Antonio River downtown and applying them to other parts of the city.
Separated bike lanes and new sidewalks have been installed on Floyd Curl Drive in the medical center. More bike infrastructure is on the way, officials say.
Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales (D5), who chairs the transportation committee, chided TCI leaders for failing to answer her previously posed questions.
A public tax board unanimously approved a $6 million deal that will bring protected cycling tracks on streets adjacent to Broadway Street near downtown.
The conclusion of the analysis by Pape-Dawson Engineers was to recommend the street design as originally proposed – without bike lanes on lower Broadway.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg is lobbying City staff to include protected bike lanes on the lower portion of Broadway Street.
The Transportation and Capital Improvements Department is using a vehicle equipped with a laser-scanning machine to evaluate which city roads need repairs.
TxDOT plans to close the entire intersection at Bandera Road and Loop 1604 beginning at 9 p.m. Friday. It’s set to reopen early Monday morning.