Tito Bradshaw, a beloved San Antonio cycling advocate, was honored Saturday – two years after he was killed by an alleged drunk driver.
Fernando Reyes of Reyes Automotive Group will lead VIA Metropolitan Transit’s board of trustees starting on Jan. 1.
VIA’s board of trustees historically have accepted the mayor’s and county judge’s nomination for chair, but now trustees are looking for more.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff have endorsed Fernando Reyes to become chair of the VIA Metropolitan Transit board.
All vehicles in the fleet are expected to have compartment doors installed by the end of December.
A diverse coalition of community and business leaders have pledged support for Prop A, which would increase funding for mass transit.
The county’s first high-occupancy vehicle lane is set to open next week on eastbound Interstate 10 north of 1604.
On Tuesday, the VIA Metropolitan Transit board passed its 2021 budget – slightly lower than the previous year’s due to the coronavirus.
This week, the City launched an interactive website and survey to complete new bicycle implementation plans for downtown and Midtown along with a citywide micromobility policy.
Each year, the Texas Transportation Commission updates its 10-year funding plan for construction projects around the state.
VIA board members voted unanimously Thursday to ask voters to reallocate a one-eighth-cent sales tax to transit starting in 2026.
November ballot proposals will ask voters to give the City a one-eighth-cent sales tax for workforce development before it goes to transit.
Graham Central Station once hosted Tejano music legends. VIA plans to build a new centralized paratransit facility there.