Rideshare drivers expose deplorable condition of portable toilets at San Antonio International Airport
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio International Airport officials have promised to take action after the KSAT 12 Defenders were provided photos and videos of the unsanitary conditions area rideshare drivers are forced to endure when using portable toilets at the airport’s official rideshare lot. Rideshare drivers have complained about the condition of portable toilets at San Antonio International Airport. The city can provide better facilities.”City officials have vowed to address the condition of the portable toilets at San Antonio International Airport. (KSAT)As a comparison, Michael provided the Defenders videos of the facilities for rideshare drivers who take people to and from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. San Antonio International Airport officials did not respond to multiple requests to provide an interview for this story.
Lyft Launches Program to Aid San Antonio Military Vets With Transportation Needs
CourtesyVeterans are some of the most revered people in America, yet some of the most ignored at times. Rideshare app Lyft plans to help change that by offering local veterans transportation at no cost.Beginning Thursday, Lyft will provide military veterans with free transportation to career, housing and food assistance programs in the San Antonio area. Lyft says it will help "bridge the transportation gap" between veterans and the organizations that care for them and provide various services to them.Lyft has also pledged to donate $75,000 toward free rideshare rides for vets in collaboration with SAMMinistries.The program will run through January 30, 2020. Veterans interested in enrolling or receiving more information on the program can call SAMMinistries at (210) 340-0302.sacurrent.com