By VIA on Fri, March 17, 2017
VIA Metropolitan Transit is hosting a series of public workshops for the Rapid Transit Corridor Studies to gather community input on corridors identified in VIA’s Vision 2040 Long Range Plan and the SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. | Workshop begins at 6:00 p.m. March 23, 2017 VIA Metropolitan Center (VMC) […]
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- VIA launches next phase of Vision 2040 process
- VIA Launched Online Survey to Support Vision 2040 Planning
- Residents Pledge to Ride and Remix Our Streets with VIA at SA Tomorrow Event
- VIA will be at SA Tomorrow Kick-off Event
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Dump the Pump 2015
City of San Antonio Councilman Rey Saldana at Dump the Pump 2015
VIA’s Plans for the Future
VIA's Plans for the "City on the Rise" 2015. This video introduces all the upcoming capital projects VIA is working on as part of the implementation of the Long Range Plan.
Vision 2040 is a community-driven process to update VIA’s Long Range Plan through the year 2040.
Join us for this unique opportunity to work together toward envisioning a future with more transportation choices and better connections to jobs, vibrant neighborhoods and entertainment. By 2040, there will be more than 1 million additional residents living in the greater San Antonio region. It is up to all of us to determine how we want that growth to look.