Travelers can expect construction and detours on Broadway Street for three years as part of a $43 million redevelopment project.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg plans to meet with federal staffers and legislators as two infrastructure bills make their way through the U.S. Senate.
Dogs trained to detect explosives will help screen passengers at San Antonio International this fall
San Antonio International Airport partnered with the Transportation Security Administration to bring passenger screening canines to work at the airport.
VIA Metropolitan Transit purchased the Scobey complex in 2017. Four years later, it has chosen a firm to sketch out a redevelopment proposal.
Following several delays, the east and westbound Loop 1604 flyover ramps to northbound U.S. 281 will open overnight late Wednesday.
At least 21 cyclists have died on SA streets since 2014. A photo project wants drivers to pay attention
The Human Cyclists Project aims to change how drivers view cyclists: not as obstacles, but as human beings.
After the largest sponsor of the San Antonio bike-share program dropped out, City Council voted to transfer program operations to BCycle.
VIA Metropolitan Transit still sees about half of its pre-pandemic ridership, but a small increase led the agency to add frequency on some routes.
Tito Bradshaw, a beloved San Antonio cycling advocate, was honored Saturday – two years after he was killed by an alleged drunk driver.
VIA plans to launch a six-month pilot program to test run a new app that helps visually impaired riders navigate its system.
J. Bruce Bugg Jr. was first appointed to the Texas Transportation Commission in 2015. His second term is set to expire in 2027.
San Antonio’s first snow since 2017 blanketed the city but heavy power demand prompted rolling power outages.