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.
I gave up personal transportation for Lent to receive blessings I could not get while driving my own car or catching rides with friends.
H-E-B operates more than 380 stores and 33 dinners are held in various locations, providing more than 250,000 meals to the community.
Council believes VIA is underfunded, but some fear the possibility of local revenue caps and budget cuts in City services.
City staff has drafted an ordinance, outlining how the City would fund VIA with $2.2 million in 2018 and $6.5 million in 2019.
More than 600 people gathered for the second annual Sustainability Summit to learn how individuals and businesses can turn ambitious ideas into action.
City Council members heard plenty about a need to boost VIA Metropolitan Transit service during its B session on Wednesday.
The Mayor’s Housing Summit will take place on Friday, Sept.