The San Antonio District plans, designs, builds, operates and maintains the state transportation system in the following counties: Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Frio, Guadalupe, Kendall, Kerr, McMullen, Medina, Uvalde and Wilson.
VIA proudly operates one of the best transit systems in the country. For more than 30 years, VIA has worked to meet the transportation needs of San Antonio. VIA’s fleet consists of 466 buses, comprised of 217 North American Bus Industries diesel buses, four NABI compressed natural gas buses, 176 New Flyer diesel buses, 30 New Flyer diesel-electric hybrid buses, and 19 Optima streetcars. VIA buses operate seven days a week from 4 a.m. to 1 a.m. There are 7,197 bus stops along 91 bus lines, which are divided into five service categories: frequent, metro, express, skip, and streetcar. Additional bus lines serving San Antonio include:
VIA recently brought Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) to the San Antonio area. BRT uses rubber-tire, high capacity vehicles, improved fare collection systems, and controlled traffic signals to move riders more efficiently. Boarding takes place at stations rather than bus stops. In the end, riders using this premier transit service will get to their destinations faster.
The BRT line that lauched in 2012, is along Fredericksburg Road traveling from the University of Texas at San Antonio 1604 campus to the South Texas Medical Center and on to downtown San Antonio. This line changed the face of the Fredericksburg Road corridor by offering opportunities for transit-oriented development.
All VIA buses are equipped with bike racks capable of carrying two bikes at a time, so riders and their bikes can go anywhere VIA goes.
To see VIA’s service area in San Antonio click here.
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San Antonio has a wide range of motor freight carriers specializing in all kinds of cargo and delivering to all major locations in the nation. And because of the city’s strategic location and unique convergence of highway systems, your company will benefit from one of the most efficient and convenient ground shipment destinations in the U.S.
Trucking companies may negotiate with their customers for rates, charges and services. Trucking companies have to register their vehicles with state government and comply with insurance and safety regulations. Motor carriers handle less than truckload and volume shipment and will pick up and deliver. For a complete directory of freight carriers, click here.