Less traffic during the coronavirus shutdown allowed workers to make substantial progress on the Highway 281 expansion, transportation officials said.
The San Antonio International Airport has seen fewer passengers walk through its doors in the past few weeks, thanks to coronavirus keeping people at home.
VIA Metropolitan Transit announced Friday that it will allow riders to travel fare-free starting on Saturday.
VIA Metropolitan Transit has no plans to halt bus routes over coronavirus concerns yet, president and CEO Jeff Arndt said Thursday.
More than a dozen young trees off Broadway Street were cut down to stumps recently – and nobody seems to know who did it or why.
VIA Metropolitan Transit celebrated outgoing board chair Rey Saldaña at its Tuesday meeting and formally elected Hope Andrade to replace him.
Policymakers have eagerly promoted walking and bicycle riding, but those activities are becoming increasingly dangerous in America.
VIA Metropolitan Transit data showed ridership increased in 2019 compared to the previous year and pointed to increased route frequency as the reason.
Hoping to establish nonstop transatlantic air service, San Antonio airport officials recently surveyed local business travelers to ask about their needs.
ConnectSA tri-chair Henry Cisneros said Wednesday most San Antonians support putting a one-eighth-cent sales tax into public transit.
Between 2013 and 2018, VIA Metropolitan Transit saw overall ridership numbers drop while investing more money into its operating costs.
The Council will add irons to the fire over the coming year, but here’s a look at some pending issues and initiatives carried over from 2019.
If approved, the new TAB would have a more broad directive to consider transportation and mobility issues across the city and other industries.