More than $5 million-worth in civil penalties were issued by school districts in the 2016-2017 school year, but less than half – about $2 million – has been paid by drivers that pass stopped school buses.
Starting Monday, June 25, several downtown bus stops and routes will be moved as the City of San Antonio begins work on several street improvement projects.
You can help determine the future of public transportation by attending one of VIA’s eight open house events throughout the rest of June.
Downtown drivers may be able to cruise through a new roundabout slated to open Monday near Fox Tech High School and the Central Library.
As the City of San Antonio prepares next year’s budget, sidewalks will be near the top of the priority list.
VIA Metropolitan Transit will host public input sessions throughout June to collect feedback that will shape a rapid transit network draft proposal.
Main Avenue is one of 10 streets throughout the city featuring the markings, according to the City’s Transportation and Capital Improvements Department.
The new permit category opens up the system for taxicab drivers who own and operate their own vehicles.
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.