VIA Metropolitan Transit is going mobile this summer in ways that have nothing to do with the wheels on the bus.
Transportation is a hot topic in San Antonio.
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.
A new partnership between VIA and Communities in Schools aim to eliminate the variable of transportation so students can focus on health at home and achievement in school.
Imagine San Antonio in 2040.
VIA Metropolitan Transit launched three new VIVA routes Monday morning that connect locals and visitors to the Missions of San Antonio, destinations in the urban core, and cultural institutions along the Broadway corridor.
The Texas Folklife Festival announced a collaboration with VIA Metropolitan Transit, Lyft, and B-Cycle on Wednesday to expand transportation options for its coming festivities on June 10-12.
Visitors and locals will soon be able to take a VIA Metropolitan Transit bus from the Alamo to each of the city’s Spanish-colonial Missions along a new bus route through downtown and the Mission Reach.
The City of San Antonio and VIA Metropolitan Transit plan to breathe new life into the neighborhood surrounding VIA’s Centro Plaza transit hub on the near Westside, 909 W. Houston St, thanks to assistance from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).
The VIA Metropolitan Transit Board of Trustees unanimously approved proposed route changes for the city’s downtown area on Tuesday, which will provide a more streamlined service to cultural and historical destinations along Broadway, Southtown, and Mission Reach.