Johnson and Perry have addressed themes such as public safety and maintaining basic infrastructure and City services.
The information technology team at VIA Metropolitan Transit and the transportation working group of the Alex Briseño Leadership Development Program (ABLDP) of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce fed and watered 53 coders during a 24-hour codeathon last weekend, an opportunity to improve the public transit experience in San Antonio through tech.
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.
Volaris will offer flights to Mexico City seven days a week, using a 179-seat Airbus A320 aircraft.
TxDOT is enlisting the public’s help in improving access for persons with disabilities through an update to its transition plan.
The field of candidates looking to replace Krier is nearly as jammed as some of the district’s roads.
Eight people are vying to take the place of District 6 City Councilman Ray Lopez, who has served the maximum four terms permitted by the City Charter.
VIA Metropolitan Transit is going mobile this summer in ways that have nothing to do with the wheels on the bus.
San Antonio is getting a new $5.7 million air traffic control tower worthy of its legacy in aviation history.
Starting Friday, the Northeast stretch of Interstate 35 between Rittiman Road and George Beach Avenue will be closed in both directions for four days.