VIA Metropolitan Transit's VIA Rapid Green Line receives critical Federal Transit Administration approval, advancing to the final engineering phase with a substantial funding boost.
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VIA’s fourth VIA Link on-demand zone will launch on 23 October 2023, improving service and expanding access to employment hubs.
Provided through FTA's Low or No Emission Vehicle Program, the $3 million grant will allow VIA to replace 15 gasoline-powered paratransit vehicles with low-emission propane vans, prioritising accessibility and environmental sustainability.
With its CNG fleet conversion having already achieved a 97% reduction in emissions, the new electric buses will further drive San Antonio towards a greener future by eliminating tailpipe emissions and enhancing overall sustainability.
Kammy Horne, Senior Vice President of Development at VIA Metropolitan Transit, discusses the significant role that the agency’s ‘Keep San Antonio Moving’ plan has in advancing the decarbonisation of its public transport network, as well as why it is important to invest in on-demand mobility that meets the needs of…
The new budget for fiscal year 2023 will allow VIA to advance vital transit projects across the city, with a key focus on improving access to transportation for all San Antonians and retaining its workforce.
VIA Link's new service zone will help drive San Antonio's growth by connecting residents to major education, employment and residential centres in the city's Southside.
The new integrated transit app will enhance the customer experience by allowing VIA riders to book multimodal journeys more easily and conveniently through the Transit app.
With the addition of UV-powered devices that target airborne viruses, VIA’s transit vehicles can now reduce the spread of germs and bacteria in the air - creating a healthy, safe environment for its passengers and employees.
VIA Metropolitan Transit's plans for San Antonio’s first Advanced Rapid Transit corridor have reached a major milestone, after gaining a favourable federal rating for a proposed North/South line.
Five cities across the U.S. and Europe will feature their local bikeshare programmes directly in the Bird app to help to encourage multimodal mobility.
The launch of the new app will enable riders in the Texan city to purchase tickets for VIA services including buses, VIA Link and VIAtrans, the city’s paratransit service.