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Friday, January 27, 2023


Street Skills is a free, hour-long class for adults and mature teens who want to understand where they fit on the street. It will cover important street riding information in a brief, off-bike/scooter presentation.

Sign-up to learn from AAMPO’s Multimodal Transportation Planner, Joey Pawlik, in an informal, classroom-style presentation and discussion. In a Street Skills class, we'll clarify the laws that apply to riding. We'll also provide concrete examples of scenarios you may encounter, when riding a bike or scooter in the city, and how best to handle them to enjoy pleasant, stress-free rides. Street Skills classes are open to adults and teens at least 14 years old. Participants between 14 and 18 years old must attend with a legal guardian.

Class participants will receive a FREE bike helmet and bike light set! Register in advance to reserve your spot.

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Register for the upcoming Street Skills class on Wednesday, February 1, 2023


Bike to Work Day (BTWD) takes place this year on May 19, 2023. BTWD encourages everyone to hop on a bike to get to work. AAMPO, Alamo Commutes, and community partners thank cyclists for biking to work at BTWD Energizer Stations where they can stop by for a bag of bicyclist resources, breakfast items, and the chance to win some cool prizes on their morning commute!

BTWD is a part of National Bike Month, which is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling — and encourage more folks to give biking a try. AAMPO has coordinated National Bike Month programming for the AAMPO study area since 2018.

Are you and your organization interested in participating in BTWD and/or Bike Month? Please contact Joey Pawlik, Multimodal Transportation Planner, for any questions about BTWD and Bike Month at

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Bike To Work Day will be held on Friday, May 19, 2023.


The purpose of this public meeting is to provide the proposed improvements to SH 46 from I-35 to I-10 in Comal and Guadalupe Counties.

Improvements along SH 46 are needed to meet current and future traffic volumes and regional population growth. The purpose of the project is to reduce congestion, improve mobility and increase safety along SH 46. TxDOT is proposing to expand SH 46 with operational and corridor improvements including additional lanes, overpasses and intersection improvements. The proposed expansion also includes limited ramp reconstruction along I-35.

The pre-recorded virtual public meetings are available in English and Spanish. Submit your comments by Friday, Feb. 10, 2023, to be a part of the official meeting record. Learn more about virtual participation options here.

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Learn about the SH 46 proposed project and recommended improvements


The State of Texas’ on-system transportation network – roads owned, operated, and managed by TxDOT – connects communities, regions, and destinations within and outside of Texas. While many bikeways are planned and funded at the local level, the state works with local communities to develop bikeway networks integrated with the state system to improve safety, connectivity, and access within and between TxDOT Districts. Developing a regional framework is vital as the state works to provide safe, thoughtfully designed, well-maintained facilities for bicyclists within each district and between districts, providing connectivity across the state.

Over the next year, TxDOT will prepare a statewide bicycle analysis in support of the Texas Transportation Plan (Connecting Texas 2050) update and will pilot four TxDOT District bicycle plans. The four plans in the pilot will cover the Bryan, Pharr, Laredo, and San Antonio Districts. The district bike plans will analyze needs on the highway system, prioritize routes, and identify potential solutions. The planning process will help develop an approach that can be applied in all 25 TxDOT Districts. This effort will include technical studies, stakeholder engagement, and virtual public events.

We encourage you to complete the San Antonio District Bicycle Plan Survey. It takes about 5 - 10 minutes to complete.

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The San Antonio District Bicycle Plan Survey takes 5 - 10 minutes to complete


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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, March 10, 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 February 2023 TAC meeting has been cancelled.

The next Active Transportation Advisory Committee meeting will be held online and in person on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 3:00 p.m. Access the meeting here or join us in person at the San Antonio River Authority Environmental Center at 600 E Euclid Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212 (please note difference in meeting location from typical meetings).

The next Transportation Policy Board will be held online and in person on Monday, March 27, 2023 at 1:30 p.m. at the VIA Metro Center Community Room at 1021 San Pedro Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212. The February 2023 TPB meeting has been cancelled.

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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