The Texas Department of Transportation is inviting community members to provide feedback on Texas Transportation Plan 2050.
The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is soliciting feedback on its short-range transportation plan for Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall counties.
A bipartisan group of San Antonio and Austin legislators is asking for a study of passenger rail connecting the cities before the next legislative session.
The Texas Transportation Commission approved more than $1 billion in mobility and connectivity projects in San Antonio at its Thursday meeting.
The City is collecting responses through an online survey for an overhaul of Roosevelt Avenue on San Antonio’s South Side.
VIA Metropolitan Transit approved a new program allowing organizations that primarily serve the poor to buy discounted bus passes for their clients.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg is lobbying City staff to include protected bike lanes on the lower portion of Broadway Street.
Commentary: Transportation options are vital for our 37 million annual visitors to navigate San Antonio and experience everything our city has to offer.
County Judge Nelson Wolff and urbanist Gil Penalosa discussed how adding parks, sidewalks and bike lanes can better residents’ health and quality of life.
Transit officials also hope to encourage people to ride bikes all month through its app, where riders can log their bike rides and enter to win prizes.