VIA Metropolitan Transit approved a new program allowing organizations that primarily serve the poor to buy discounted bus passes for their clients.
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VIA Metropolitan Transit’s VIVA buses celebrate 1 million passenger rides since the launch of the three routes in June of 2016.
Experts in energy, utilities, manufacturing electric vehicles, and public policy that convened at the Pearl Stable on Wednesday for a summit.
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State Rep. Ina Minjarez’ bill that would allow San Antonio voters to decide whether to allocate more funds toward transportation projects in the city.
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VIA Metropolitan Transit is requesting $52.9 million in federal funding to back several projects, including replacing buses and increasing route frequency.
The City allocated a total of $14.3 million toward VIA’s operation costs in fiscal years 2018 and 2019 – a plan it expects to continue.
If you’re planning on traveling in West San Antonio on Valentine’s Day, VIA’s newest Prímo route will be free to ride all day.