The Biden administration is offering up money to projects to restore communities split by highways, and city leaders are scrambling to apply.
Construction on the Advanced Rapid Transit plan’s North-South line is expected to begin in January 2025 and be complete by March 2027.
The service is intended to offer air travelers an alternative to parking at the airport during the busy summer months when parking lots often fill up.
Commentary: A more connected trail network that goes beyond city limits can help attract tourism to our region and support development along the Interstate 10 West corridor.
VIA Link is a rideshare program like Uber, but for the price of a bus ticket. The program’s South Side expansion is growing rapidly.
The Trailist: What makes this map unique is its ease of use and its transit-oriented approach — viewing the greenways not only as a recreational space but a way to get around.
This article has been updated. Plans for a new ground load facility that will offer cheaper fares in and out of San Antonio International Airport received a major boost from a $20 million federal grant Monday. The money will come from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which liked San Antonio’s plans to increase sustainability and make…
Opinion: Long-overdue plans to make a $2.5 billion investment in redesigning the city’s airport finally are coming off the drawing board.
A 12-mile stretch of the street between Cincinnati Avenue and SW Military Drive will get mid-block crossings to slow traffic for pedestrians.
More traffic congestion means more risk for bike riders, but the City of San Antonio plans updates to its 12-year-old bike plan.
A Texas Clear Lanes project, construction on the North Loop 1604 highway expansion likely to add to the gridlock for some time to come.
State officials said the project could go to bid this year, but City Manager Erik Walsh said he hasn’t seen any plans yet.
The intersection at Harry Wurzbach and Austin Highway will now offer more green light time, fewer delays and shorter travel times, officials say.