Lack of transportation options in San Antonio limits job, education opportunities, local experts say
SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s note: This content was created exclusively for KSAT Explains, a new, weekly streaming show that dives deep into the biggest issues facing San Antonio and South Texas. A city’s ability to provide multiple transportation options is crucial in creating equitable opportunities for all, according to local experts. And that’s where transportation comes in,” said Greg Griffin, an assistant professor of urban and regional planning at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Transportation has become a topic of conversation in recent months and years as the City of San Antonio finds ways to improve public transit and transportation infrastructure. In November, voters will consider a 1/8 cent sales tax to fund a workforce training and education program, which would start in 2021 and run through 2025.