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After delays and hurdles, the city on Tuesday celebrated the completion of protected bike lanes on Avenue B and North Alamo Street and said the completed lanes are just one piece of what will become an interconnected bike network.
The City of San Antonio announced Tuesday that the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has awarded almost $16 million for a cycle track along Market and Commerce streets downtown.
The 14-mile trek from Southtown to around the San Antonio Missions is described by local cyclists as a common route for people leaving downtown on two wheels.
The city of San Antonio on July 10 announced the start of a bicycle network plan designed to improve bike infrastructure, promote safer biking conditions and support a more connected community.
The City of San Antonio has launched a new initiative geared toward improving bike safety and infrastructure with a major focus on community engagement.
Over the next two years, the City of San Antonio and a consulting firm it hired will be working on updating its master plan for improved bike infrastructure…
The City of San Antonio said it is starting its two-year Bike Network Plan in an effort to improve bicycle safety and infrastructure.