Last year, Garden Valley was served by a South San Antonio ISD bus route. This year, the bus service was eliminated.
The 17th annual Centropolitan Awards celebrated the food, innovation, places, events, and people that shape the landscape of downtown San Antonio.
The new budget includes an increase to minimum wage for City workers as well as funding for streets, 42 more police officers, 31 new firefighters, and more.
Most City Council members said Tuesday that the proposed budget for infrastructure and transportation improvements for fiscal year 2018 could provide equity among all 10 Council districts.
VIA’s new Five Points Transfer Area features renovated shelters with charging stations for electronic devices, public art, and new landscaping.
The program includes VIVA Culture, Missions, and Centro routes. VIVA Centro is the most popular of the three routes with a frequency of 10 to 15 minutes.
VIA goMobile was released free of charge on the iOS and Android application stores on June 27.
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.
Recent headlines have been full of news about up and coming and established leaders who all have one thing in common.
VIA Metropolitan Transit is going mobile this summer in ways that have nothing to do with the wheels on the bus.