San Antonio launched an interactive website for an exciting new Bicycle Implementation Plan for Downtown and Midtown, as well as the development of a Micromobility Policy for the entire city. Citizen input will help expand upon the City's original Bike Plan, first conceived in 2011. The purpose of the interactive website is:
Written by City of San Antonio on Sep 8 2020 - 4:13pm
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This week: San Antonio hits a Level Two Heat Advisory, what the new anti-idling ordinance means; more on the Brackenridge Park draft master plan and a look back at San Antonio Pride festival and parade. : Extreme Heat
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Feb 29 2016 - 9:27pm
Catch up and get ahead with the edge for the week of February 29! The Primary Election and Super Tuesday
Written by abnaz on Feb 23 2012 - 6:13pm
When others see vacant, abandoned buildings and a car-oriented thoroughfare into downtown, Marita Roos and Jason Roberts see cafes and flower shops, bike lanes and sidewalk patios. More than that, they plan to demonstrate what more can be done with what’s already there at the intersection of Broadway Street and E. Jones Ave. by setting up a temporary installation of "popup shops" and taking over the asphalt streets and converting them into sidewalk patios and bike lanes for a day.