While most City Council members voiced their support for the ConnectSA plan, a few mentioned funding as a serious concern.
The City will meet with two stakeholder groups to show them alternatives, and it’s considering hosting more public input sessions, too.
VIA is starting the new year on several high notes, having celebrated 40 years of service and earning national recognition for programs aimed at improving customer experience.
The Texas Department of Transportation is asking the public to weigh in on a plan aimed at informing transportation across the state through 2050.
VIA Metropolitan Transit on Tuesday extended its U-Pass program to all five schools within the Alamo Colleges District.
With San Antonio projected to grow by a million more people in the next 20 years, housing and transportation were the main topics Thursday at SABOR’s annual housing forecast meeting.
Funding a modern mobility plan might require shifting sales taxes away from protecting the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone, the plan’s architects said.
A draft of the city’s first comprehensive multimodal transportation plan calls for an estimated $1.3 billion in projects and initiatives through 2025.
Designs for the Broadway overhaul are almost finalized, but some cycling advocates aren’t pleased with the lack of bike lanes on some portions.
San Antonio must avoid Austin’s mistake of putting off combating traffic congestion and address transit issues now, a transportation expert said Tuesday.