The panel will study whether – and how – to enhance the current international airport, as well as consider the feasibility of an additional regional airport.
High-speed passenger rail connecting Texas cities is back in the conversation as San Antonio squares off against growth and congestion.
The San Antonio International Airport currently offers nonstop flights to 39 destinations in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
Both proposals represent ongoing attempts to solve the decline in taxi service use since ride-hailing companies first came to San Antonio in 2014.
Last year, Garden Valley was served by a South San Antonio ISD bus route. This year, the bus service was eliminated.
Colorado Springs is the ninth new destination Frontier has announced in the San Antonio market within the last two months.
In the wake of Harvey, an estimated 1 million cars were flooded, leaving many in a car-dependent city with fewer options for getting around it.
As development efforts for driverless cars pick up steam, the level of public skepticism seems to be mounting.
If San Antonio can draw lessons from this week’s gasoline panic, it’s that our future cannot rely solely on cars and the gas that powers them.
Officials feel confident that these six new flights align with the City’s goals of making San Antonio a first class air market.