VIA on Wednesday discussed ideas which resemble those being discussed in ConnectSA’s pursuit for a new multimodal mass transit system.
The Stone Oak facility joins seven other park and ride locations where commuters can park their cars and ride VIA buses that return back to the facility at the end of a workday.
Pedestrian deaths in San Antonio are down since 2016, according to new data, but 51 pedestrian deaths in 2017 is still unacceptable, local leaders say.
The Urb-E is a two-wheeled, foldable, lightweight electric vehicle that has completely transformed my commute to work and beyond.
Average weekday ridership is up nearly 5 percent on 11 routes that VIA Metropolitan Transit have improved in 2018, thanks to faster connections.
High-density development is not what is driving tenants out; in fact, new developments like this are slowing the rate at which tenants are pushed out.
Bexar County Commissioners appointed Akeem Brown, the COO of an Eastside business development group, to the VIA Metropolitan Transit board.
City staff is working on a conceptual Sidewalk Master Plan, a first for San Antonio, to address the problem of aging or non-existent sidewalks.
This week, Rick and I discuss the mayor’s formation of a nonprofit aimed at drumming up public awareness for mass transit solutions in the region.
The candidates, recommended by Council’s Governance Committee last week, will join two new County appointees on the board.