The Results are in

Tuesday, June 27, 2023


The City of Garden Ridge and AAMPO are hosting a Walkable Community Workshop to help identify mobility improvements that encourage walking or bicycling to schools, businesses, and recreation. This workshop brings the community and partner agencies together to discuss transportation issues and concerns that pose a barrier to walking and biking.

The Walkable Community Workshop will be held on Tuesday, June 27, 2023 at 6 PM at the Community and Events Center, 9500 Municipal Pkwy, Garden Ridge, TX 78266. We encourage you to visit

AAMPO offers these types of workshops, as a first step, to cities and organizations who wish to improve the active transportation connections in their area. For more information, contact Matthew Moreno, Multimodal Planner, at

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AAMPO's Executive Committee, acting as the Nominating Committee, convened on Friday, June 12, 2023 to recommend the Transportation Policy Board (TPB) members to the following offices for the upcoming two year term:

TPB Chair – City of San Antonio Councilmember Melissa Cabello Havrda
TPB Chair Elect – Bexar County Commissioner Rebecca Clay-Flores
TPB First Vice-Chair – Comal County Commissioner Kevin Webb

Councilwoman Cabello Havrda has been serving as TPB Chair Elect since 2021. We appreciate Commissioner Kevin Webb for his continued leadership the last two years as Chair of the board.

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When temperatures hit at least 100 degrees, VIA provides fare-free service to City of San Antonio cooling centers. Centers are open to the public and include designated public libraries, senior centers, community centers, public pools and splashpads throughout San Antonio.

There are more than 60 San Antonio locations open to the public as places to stay cool. To see all the all the designated locations, visit the City of San Antonio Interactive map or visit


The City of New Braunfels is seeking your feedback about public transportation options within the city limits. This brief survey will help City staff make recommendations about public transportation options in the future.

Go to to find English and Spanish version of the survey. This survey is designed to gather information about residents' travel patterns and preferences, including the types of changes that would allow you to use new public transportation services if they were available.

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The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is hosting a public hearing to discuss three proposed revisions to the Statewide Implementation Plan for air quality (also known as the “SIP”). The revisions will create a vehicle emissions testing program, set limits on vehicular emissions, and provide regulatory requirements for Bexar County to meet national air quality standards for ozone.

After the San Antonio nonattainment area for ozone was reclassified to moderate by the US Environmental Protection Agency, the state is required to develop an emissions Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) Program. The recent repeal of state-mandated vehicle safety inspections will not affect the planned Bexar County emissions inspections program. These SIP revisions also set the Bexar County motor vehicle emissions budget (MVEB) that must be used for transportation conformity analysis. The MVEB is the maximum allowable emissions from on-road mobile sources for each applicable
criteria pollutant or precursor for the attainment year. Areas must demonstrate that the estimated emissions from transportation plans, programs, and projects do not exceed its MVEB.

A public hearing for these SIP revisions and associated rulemaking is scheduled for July 13, 2023 at 7:00 pm in the AACOG Board Room. The public comment period will close on July 17, 2023. For more information related to Bexar County ozone planning activities, please visit

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VIA Metropolitan Transit will host a public hearing to present proposed VIA Link service improvements scheduled for implementation in October 2023 and receive feedback from the public. .

In-person Public Hearing

July 10, 2023 | 5:30 PM
Council Chambers - Kirby City Hall
112 Bauman St.
Kirby, TX 78219

Visit for a list of proposed service changes.


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Is construction scheduled in your area? Check out upcoming highway construction closures.

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The Alamo Area MPO has three regular meetings that occur each month. All AAMPO meetings are open to the public and all meeting agendas are posted on our website,

The next Technical Advisory Committee meeting will be held online and in person on Friday, July 7, 2023 at 1:30 p.m. Access the meeting here or at the TxDOT District Office in the Building 2 Hearing Room, 4615 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, Texas 78229.

The next Transportation Policy Board will be held online and in person on Monday, July 24, 2023 at 1:30 p.m. at the VIA Metro Center Community Room at 1021 San Pedro Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212.

The next Active Transportation Advisory Committee meeting will be held online and in person on Wednesday, August 9, 2023 at 3:00 p.m. Access the meeting here or join us in person at the AAMPO Office, 825 South Saint Mary's Street, San Antonio, TX 78205.

As a reminder, you can watch meetings of the Transportation Policy Board live online at The video is posted and available for viewing the day after the meeting concludes.

All meetings are archived and available on the website at the respective webpage location noted above.

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