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VIA Metropolitan Transit
VIA Metropolitan Transit logo.svg
Slogan"We're Going Places"
ParentCity of San Antonio and Bexar County
Founded1977
Headquarters123 N. Medina St.
San Antonio, Texas
United States
Service areaGreater San Antonio
Service typeLocal, Express, Bus Rapid Transit (2012)
RoutesTotal: 95
Local: 81
Express: 9
Tourist trolley: 1
Sightseer: 2
BRT: 2
Stops7193
HubsPark & Ride: 8
Transit Center: 5
Fleet474
Daily ridership148,500 (Q3 2012)[1]
Fuel typeDiesel, Diesel-electric hybrid, CNG
Chief executiveJeff Arndt
Board of TrusteesHope Andrade, Chair
Websiteviainfo.net
A new VIA bus at the Centro Plaza in Downtown San Antonio

VIA Metropolitan Transit (or simply VIA) is the mass transit agency serving San Antonio, Texas, United States, and its surrounding municipalities. It began operation in 1978 as a successor to the San Antonio Transit System.

In addition to the entire city of San Antonio, VIA serves many other Bexar County municipalities, including Alamo Heights, Balcones Heights, Castle Hills, China Grove, Converse, Elmendorf, Kirby, Leon Valley, Olmos Park, Shavano Park, St. Hedwig and Terrell Hills. It also serves unincorporated portions of the county, including Kings Point and Losoya.[2] While VIA does not directly serve some Bexar County municipalities such as Hill Country Village, Hollywood Park, Live Oak, Selma, Schertz, Universal City and Windcrest, many of them are within driving proximity of outlying park and ride facilities.

The majority of the system uses transit buses. VIA also provides a portion of Downtown San Antonio with a Tourist trolley (VIVA Centro).

History

VIA was created in 1977 when the citizens of Bexar County voted in favor of a one-half cent sales tax to fund the service. Subsequently, VIA purchased transit assets from the City of San Antonio and began operations in March 1978, taking its name from the Latin word for "road". In 2004, city voters in San Antonio approved the formation of the Advanced Transportation District. This quarter-cent sales tax expanded and improved VIA operations.[3]

VIA has received several accolades from the American Public Transportation Association, most notably the award for Best Transit System in North America in 1990, as well as several of APTA's safety awards in multiple years.[3]

Services

VIA's original logo, used until 2014

VIA operates more than 500 buses (all including streetcars are wheelchair accessible) on 95 bus routes ranging from routes 2 to 660, serving the entire city of San Antonio and the majority of Bexar County. About 36 million trips are made on VIA every year.[3] The bus routes are separated into Metro, Frequent, Skip (limited stop routes), Express, and VIVA routes (serving Downtown, The Missions, and Southtown) and the VIA Primo bus rapid transit lines.[4] VIA provides special event service from its Park & Ride locations to events such as San Antonio Spurs basketball games at the AT&T Center, selected annual Fiesta San Antonio activities, and the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo.[5] VIA also offers "VIATrans" paratransit services for disabled travelers.

Fares for VIA have remained relatively modest during its existence. At its inception in 1978, fares were 25¢ for most routes. Fares for most fixed routes during 2006 were 80¢, and a monthly bus pass was $20, much lower than most other transit systems in the country. On January 1, 2007, basic fares were raised to $1, and monthly pass prices were raised to $25. Basic fares increased to $1.10 and monthly pass prices were raised to $30 on January 1, 2009.[6] On March 1, 2014, the basic bus fare was $1.20; day passes were $4 and a 31-day pass was $35.[7] As of January 1, 2016 the base fare is $1.30; day passes were reduced to $2.75; 7-day passes are $12 and 31-day passes are $38. No fare to children below 5 who ride with fare-paying rider (limit 3). In addition, when fare is paid in cash, a transfer can be bought for $0.15.

High school, college, and trade students are able to purchase a semester pass for $38 with proof of enrollment. Upon boarding, students must display valid VIA issued IDs, or school IDs with stickers for the semester. Transfers have unlimited use on Local Service for 2.5 h in any direction, with round trips or stopovers prohibited.

To transfer from local to express, the difference of the service must be paid. Daily, 7 Day and 31 Day Passes are accepted on all routes except for VIATrans and Special Event Service.

Primo

VIA added a limited-stop bus service with BRT characteristics known as VIA Primo to the Fredericksburg Road corridor on December 17, 2012. Designated as Route 100, it connects the South Texas Medical Center to Downtown San Antonio. It also connected the main campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio to its downtown campus using an extension from the Medical Center to the UTSA Main Campus as well as a second extension that ran from the Medical Center to the nearby independent city of Leon Valley[8] until January 2017 when the extensions were split into Route 101. VIA Primo opened on December 17, 2012 and became VIA Metropolitan Transit's first non-conventional bus offering.[9] An expansion of Primo to the Zarzamora Street and Military Drive corridors is expected to open in late 2018,[10] and VIA is looking into other corridors to which to add improved bus transit in the coming decades.[11]

VIA Primo BRT Mary Louise Southbound Station to Downtown

While the new 100 route replaced two busy routes on the heavily used Fredericksburg corrdior, the 91 (skip-stop) and the 92 (frequent), it did not affect multiple-stop service from other routes that also run along their portions of Fredericksburg (metro route 96 and 97 and frequent route 520). Unlike the 91 or the 92, which continued down lower Fredericksburg (still served by the 95, 96 and 97) to downtown along the Navarro/St. Mary's one-way couplet, the 100 opts for nonstop service on I-10 between Fredericksburg and Downtown and then uses Frio to connect to the Centro Plaza between W Houston and Frio Streets then travels the Market/Commerce couplet.

A Primo Bus Departs the Northbound Mary Louise Station to The Medical Center Transit Center.

Special events

VIA runs special service for major events in San Antonio, ranging from sporting events such as UTSA home football games, San Antonio Spurs home games and the annual Valero Alamo Bowl. Park and Ride Service is usually offered from the Randolph, Crossroads, and Parkhills Park & Ride as well as the Frank Madla Transit Center. Some San Antonio Events like Monster Jam, Fiesta San Antonio, The Texas Folklife Festival and many other festivities. The cost for the service is $2.50 one way and $5.00 round trip with discounts for students, children 5-11, seniors 62+, and persons with disabilities.

VIVA Service

On June 6, 2016 VIA unveiled 3 new routes with specialized buses to attract locals and visitors to San Antonio's iconic locations, parks, and hotels. The routes are 11 VIVA Culture, 40 VIVA Missions and 301 VIVA Centro. Route 11A Provides Service to McNay Art Museum, The Witte Museum, Brackenridge Park, The DoSeum, & The Pearl. The Route also has another branch (11B) that services the former route of the 7 Sightseer Special that serves Alamo Stadium, Trinity University, University of Incarnate Word, the San Antonio Art Museum, and the San Antonio Zoo. The Route Continues into downtown and serves Alamo Plaza as well as the King William District and Southtown. Route 40 Provides service to San Antonio's Historic Southside Missions along Roosevelt. Route 301 (Similar to the Red Streetcar Line), was modified to serve the northern part of the CBD and replaced the former "E" circulator route. The route services St Paul Square, Alamo Plaza, Market Square and Centro Plaza

An 11B VIVA Culture Bus travels along Alamo street in Downtown San Antonio, TX

Governance

VIA is governed by an eleven-member Board of Trustees, all of whom have two-year terms.[12]

Ten of the trustees are appointed by the various governmental entities in Bexar County--the City of San Antonio appoints five members, the Bexar County Commissioners Court appoints three, and the mayors of the suburban cities acting in concert appoint two. The appointed trustees then elect a chairperson as the Board's eleventh member.[12] The current President and CEO is Jeffrey C. "Jeff" Arndt.[13]

Types of routes

Seniors, military, students, and the disabled ride for half price with VIA ID/Pass (seniors and those with limited mobility ride for a quarter weekdays from 9am-3pm and free weekends/federal holidays). Transfers are $0.07 and free thereafter within 150 min., with round trips and stopovers prohibited.

Type of Route Map/Schedule Color Service Examples One-Way Fare
Express Orange Express Routes cover major highway arteries in San Antonio. Express Routes are designed for quick travel from Downtown to suburban areas or Park & Rides (and vice versa) down these highways with very few stops. Some Express Routes are also dedicated specifically for transport from military bases to the Downtown USO club. 17 - IH-35 North Express
64 - US 90 South Express
93 - IH-10 Express/UTSA
$2.60
Frequent Red Similar to Metro Service, but runs more frequently. Frequent routes have buses that run every 12-15 minutes or 20 minutes during most of the day. 25 - East Commerce Frequent

75 - West Commerce Frequent

520 - Zarazmora Frequent

$1.30
Lineup Gray This service begins at 10:30 and covers the service area within Loop 410. These routes combine two routes to get riders home for the night as regular service buses have stopped running. The final lineup begins at 12:30 downtown and this service ends at 1:30 when the buses return to the garage. 251 - Nogalitos/Kirk Lineup
Metro Purple Bus Service from Downtown San Antonio to specific suburban areas or projects, or from specific Transit Centers and Park & Rides to specific suburban areas or projects. This is also the designation for a "normal" route. Buses run either every 30 minutes or every 60 minutes. Some routes have peak sections where the frequency may be increased. 28 - Porter St.
62 - Kirk
603 - Medical Center/UTSA
Primo (BRT) Blue VIA Primo runs along heavy corridors throughout the city similar to skip stop routes. 100 - Primo

101 - Primo

Skip Green Skip routes are Metro routes that cover frequently traveled roads in San Antonio, and are modified to have fewer stops along the way to improve travel times. 3 - San Pedro Skip

76 - West Commerce Skip
550/551 - Looper (Loop 410) Skip

VIVA Turquoise The new VIVA Service provides new service with many destinations in downtown San Antonio. The new routes include the 11 VIVA Culture, 40 VIVA Missions, and 301 VIVA Centro. These route fall into the regular service category so regular fare is required. The buses can be identified by their new look VIVA livery buses, which operate with new buses powered by CNG with the exception of route 301, which uses the propane streetcars formerly used for the Red and Blue Lines as well as electric buses. 11 - VIVA Culture

40 - VIVA Missions

301 - VIVA Centro

Routes

Standard VIA bus stop signage with the agency's original logo

The following is a list of VIA's numbered routes as of May 7th, 2018.[14] Many routes that travel through Downtown San Antonio or change directions at a major transfer point continue with a different number; this route pair is also indicated.[2] There is no bus service between the hours of 1:30 to 4:30.

# Route Name Major Destination Points Route Pair
2 Blanco Frequent Downtown, North Star Transit Center, Parliament Square, US 281/Loop 1604 34
3 San Pedro Skip Centro Plaza, Downtown, North Star Mall, North Star Transit Center 76
4 San Pedro Frequent Blossom Park & Ride, Downtown, North Star Mall, North Star Transit Center 28
5 McCullough Downtown, North Star Mall, North Star Transit Center, Olmos Park, San Antonio International Airport 30
6 US-281 Express Downtown, Parkhills Park & Ride, US 281/Loop 1604
7 Stone Oak Express Downtown, Stone Oak Park & Ride
8 North Saint Mary's Alamo Heights, Downtown, Randolph Park & Ride, Trinity University, University of the Incarnate Word 67
9 Broadway Alamo Heights, Downtown, Nacogdoches Road Business Park 43
10 Naco/Broadway Alamo Heights, Downtown, Naco Pass 44
11 VIVA Culture Blue Star Arts Complex, Brackenridge Park, Botanical Gardens, Japanese Tea Garden, The Alamo, The DoSeum, The McNay, The Pearl, The Witte Museum, San Antonio Zoo, San Antonio Museum of Art
14 Perrin Beitel Skip Alamo Heights, Downtown, Naco Pass, University of the Incarnate Word 79, 640
16 JBSA Express Fort Sam Houston, Joint Base San Antonio, USO Downtown 65
17 IH-35 North Express Centro Plaza, Downtown, Randolph Park & Ride 93, 94
20 New Braunfels Frequent Brookside, Centro Plaza, City Base Landing, McCreless Marketplace, San Antonio College, State Hospital, UTSA Downtown 26
21 Kirby/Converse Converse, Downtown, Kirby, Randolph Park & Ride 77
22 Hays Frequent Downtown, Rivercenter Mall, Rivercenter Mall 70
24 East Houston Frequent AT&T Center, Centro Plaza, Downtown, Eastwood Industrial Park, Ellis Alley Park & Ride, Wheatley Courts
25 East Commerce Frequent Centro Plaza, Downtown, Ellis Alley Park & Ride, Honey, Huntleigh Park, Royal View 75
26 Martin Luther King Alamodome, Centro Plaza, Downtown, Eastwood Village, St. Philip's College 20
28 Porter Dellcrest, Downtown 4
30 Rigsby China Grove, Comanche Park, Dellcrest, Downtown, Lone Oak, St. Hedwig 5
32 Steves Downtown, Highland Hills, Texas Department of Human Services 96
34 South Saint Mary's Frequent Brooks City Base, Downtown, Juvenile Detention Center, McCreless Marketplace 2
36 South Presa Elmendorf, Brooks City Base, New Braunfels State Hospital, Downtown 90
40 VIVA Missions The Alamo, Hemisfair Park, Mission San Jose, Mission Concepcion, Mission San Juan
42 Roosevelt Villa Coronado, Losoya, Mission Road Development Center, Downtown 88
43 South Flores Kingsborough, Bellaire, Downtown 9
44 Pleasanton Moursund/Loop 410, Downtown 10
46 Commercial Kingsborough, Commercial, Downtown, Centro Plaza
48 IH-35 South Express Kings Point, Madla Transit Center, Downtown
51 Nogalitos Frequent Madla Transit Center, Southwest General Hospital, Downtown 82
54 South Alamo Palm Heights, Zarzamora Public Health Clinic, Downtown 97
62 Kirk Port San Antonio, Centro Plaza 89
64 US 90 Express Northwest Vista College, SeaWorld, Kel-Lac Transit Center, Downtown
65 JBSA Express Lackland/USO Lackland AFB BMT Reception Center, USO Downtown 16
66 Ceralvo Frequent University Southwest Family Health Center, Downtown, Centro Plaza 68
67 Laredo Las Palmas Shopping Center, Downtown 8
68 Guadalupe Frequent University Southwest Family Health Center, Las Palmas Shopping Center, Downtown, Centro Plaza 66
70 Cesar Chavez Las Palmas Shopping Center, Downtown 22
75 West Commerce Frequent University Southwest Family Health Center, Acme Park, Our Lady of the Lake University, Downtown, Centro Plaza 25
76 West Commerce Skip Kel-Lac Transit Center, Our Lady of the Lake University, Downtown, Centro Plaza 3
77 Martin Loma Terrace, Downtown 21
79 Ruiz Frequent Rosedale Park, University Downtown Health Center, Downtown, Centro Plaza 14
82 Culebra Frequent Ingram Transit Center, Ingram Mall, Northside Athletic Complex, SW Research Center, St. Mary's University, Downtown 51
88 Bandera Mainland, Leon Valley, Downtown 42
89 Poplar Ingram Transit Center, University Downtown Health Center, Centro Plaza 62
90 Woodlawn Ingram Transit Center, Ingram Mall, St. Mary's University, San Antonio College, Downtown 36
93 IH-10 Crossroads/UTSA Express UTSA, Valero, University Park & Ride, Crossroads Park & Ride, UTSA Downtown, Downtown, Centro Plaza 17
94 IH-10 Fiesta Texas Express The Rim, Fiesta Texas, The Shops at La Cantera, UTSA, University Park & Ride, Crossroads Park & Ride (weekends), Downtown 17
95 Fredericksburg Crossroads Park & Ride, Deco District, Downtown
96 Vance Jackson University Heights Business Park, Deco District, Downtown 32
97 West Avenue The Rim, University Heights Business Park, Castle Hills, Deco District, Downtown 54
100 Primo (Fredericksburg) Ellis Alley Park & Ride, Downtown, UTSA Downtown Campus, Centro Plaza, South Texas Medical Center, Medical Center Transit Center,
101 Primo (UTSA/Leon Valley) UTSA, University Park & Ride, South Texas Medical Center, Medical Center Transit Center, Leon Valley
202 Blanco Lineup Route 2 Lineup (Shown as 2 Lineup)
204 San Pedro/McCullough Lineup Routes 4 & 5 Lineup (Shown as 4-5 Lineup)
209 Broadway/Nacogdoches Lineup Routes 9 & 10 Lineup (Shown as 9-10 Lineup)
214 Austin Hwy/Randolph Lineup Routes 14 &17 Lineup (Shown as 14-17 Lineup)
222 Hays/East Houston Lineup Routes 22 & 24 Lineup (Shown as 22-24 Lineup)
225 East Commerce/Martin Luther King Lineup Routes 25 & 26 Lineup (Shown as 25-26 Lineup)
230 Rigsby/Porter Lineup Routes 28 & 30 Lineup (Shown as 30-28 Lineup)
232 Steves/South Saint Mary's Lineup Routes 32 & 34 Lineup (Shown as 32-34 Lineup)
242 Roosevelt/South Presa Lineup Routes 36 & 42 Lineup (Shown as 42-36 Lineup)
243 South Flores/Pleasanton Routes 43 & 44 Lineup (Shown as 43-44 Lineup)
246 Commercial/Madla Lineup Routes 46 & 48 Lineup (Shown as 46-48 Lineup)
251 Nogalitos/Kirk Lineup Routes 51 & 62 Lineup (Shown as 51-62 Lineup)
268 Guadalupe/Ceralvo Lineup Routes 66 & 68 Lineup (Shown as 68-66 Lineup)
275 Commerce/Laredo Lineup Routes 67 & 75 Lineup (Shown as 75-67 Lineup)
276 Commerce/Kel-Lac Lineup Routes 64 & 76 Lineup (Shown as 76-64 Lineup)
277 Martin/Ruiz Lineup Routes 77 & 79 Lineup (Shown as 77-79 Lineup)
282 Culebra Lineup Route 82 Lineup (Shown as 82 Lineup)
288 Bandera Lineup Route 88 Lineup (Shown as 88 Lineup)
289 Poplar/Woodlawn Lineup Routes 89 & 90 Lineup (Shown as 89-90 Lineup)
296 Vance Jackson/West Avenue Lineup Routes 96 & 97 Lineup (Shown as 96-97 Lineup)
301 VIVA Centro Centro Plaza, Market Square, The Alamo, St. Paul's Square
502 Thousand Oaks Randolph Park & Ride, Morgan's Wonderland, Naco Pass, North Star Transit Center 602
503 Huebner Crosstown Medical Center Transit Center, Stone Oak, Stone Oak Park & Ride
505 Basse Randolph Park & Ride, Alamo Heights, Crossroads Park & Ride 509, 632
509 Hildebrand Randolph Park & Ride, Northeast Baptist Hospital, Alamo Heights, Deco District, Crossroads Park & Ride 505, 630
515 Southcross Southcross Ranch, Southeast Baptist Hospital, McCreless Marketplace, South San
520 Zarzamora Frequent Crossroads Park & Ride, Deco District, Texas Diabetes Institute, Madla Transit Center, Palo Alto College, Texas A&M University San Antonio
522 Babcock Woodway Park, Medical Center Transit Center, Las Palmas Shopping Center
524 General McMullen Frequent Crossroads Park & Ride, Balcones Heights, Las Palmas Shopping Center, Port San Antonio, Southwest General Hospital, Palo Alto College
534 Wurzbach Frequent Ingram Transit Center, Medical Transit Center, North Star Transit Center, Ingram Park Mall, North Star Mall
550 Looper (Clockwise) Skip Randolph Park & Ride, Madla Transit Center, Kel-Lac Transit Center, Ingram Transit Center, Crossroads Park & Ride, North Star Transit Center
551 Looper (Counterclockwise) Skip Randolph Park & Ride, North Star Transit Center, Crossroads Park & Ride, Ingram Transit Center, Kel-Lac Transit Center, Madla Transit Center
602 North Star/Medical Center North Star Transit Center, Castle Hills, Medical Center Transit Center 502
603 Medical Center/UTSA UTSA, University Park & Ride, University Business Park, USAA, Medical Center Transit Center 605
604 Medical Center/University Park University Business Park, Medical Center Transit Center 606
605 UTSA/Mainland UTSA, Braun Station, Mainland 603
606 Medical Center/Alamo Ranch Medical Center Transit Center, Mainland, Braun Station, Alamo Ranch 604
607 Medical Center/Ingram Ingram Transit Center, Medical Center Transit Center 618
609 Ingram/Mainland Ingram Transit Center, Mainland
610 Ingram/Northwest Crossing Northwest Crossing, Ingram Transit Center
611 Valley-Hi/Kel-Lac Valley Hi, Kel-Lac Transit Center 615
612 Kel-Lac/Westlakes Westlakes, Kel-Lac Transit Center 614
613 Heritage Northwest/Kel-Lac Heritage Northwest, Westlakes, Kel-Lac Transit Center 619
614 Hidden Cove/Kel-Lac Hidden Cove, Lackland AFB, Kel-Lac Transit Center 612
615 Kel-Lac/Heritage Park Heritage Park, Westlakes, Kel-Lac Transit Center 611
616 Sky Harbour/Kel-Lac Sky Harbour, Kel-Lac Transit Center 617
617 Kel-Lac/Rainbow Hills Rainbow Hills, Westlakes, Kel-Lac Transit Center 616
618 Ingram/Westlakes Westlakes, Ingram Transit Center 607
619 Kel-Lac/Indian Creek Indian Creek, Lackland AFB, Kel-Lac Transit Center 613
620 Northwest Vista College/Ingram Northwest Vista College, Ingram Transit Center 660
629 Industry Park Artisan Apartments, Industry Park, Randolph Park/Ride, San Antonio Military Medical Center
630 Randolph/Sunrise Sunrise, Industry Park, Randolph Park & Ride
631 Sunrise/Summerfest Kirby, Randolph Park & Ride, Sunrise
632 Randolph/Ventura Randolph Park & Ride, Ventura
640 Valley Forge Naco Pass, Rolling Oaks Mall 14
641 Knollcreek Naco Pass, Rolling Oaks Mall 642
642 Nacogdoches Naco Pass, Rolling Oaks Mall 641
647 North Star/Harry Wurzbach Alamo Heights, North Star Transit Center, Terrell Hills, The Towers 648
648 North Star/Stone Oak Arion Business Park, Blossom Park & Ride, North Central Baptist Hospital, North Star Transit Center, 647
651 Deco District/Castle Hills Castle Hills, Deco District
660 Northwest Vista College/University Park & Ride Alamo Ranch, Bandera Pointe, Christus Santa Rosa Hospital, Northwest Vista College, U.T.S.A, University Park & Ride, Westover Hills 620

Current fleet

VIA's fleet consists primarily of diesel, compressed natural gas, and diesel-electric hybrid vehicles. In addition, VIA acquired its first all-electric vehicles, manufactured by Proterra, in February 2013. The vehicles operate on the VIVA Centro route and charge using solar or wind power at the Robert Thompson Transit Station.[15]

Year Manufacturer Model Length (ft.) Fuel Propulsion Fleet Series (Qty.) Notes
1999–01 NABI LFW 40 Diesel 730-946 (217) Older fleet retired from service in 2017 & replaced by Nova buses; some 2000-2001 models still see occasional/rare use as of April 2018.
2000 Champion Solo 30 Propane 663-729 (67) Retired from service in 2008
2003, 2004-05, 2006, 2008 NFI D40LF 40 Diesel 200-375 (176) Earlier model years retired from service in 2017, however most 2004+ models are still in service.
2010 NABI LFW 40 CNG 947-950 (4) First CNG buses in fleet; 947 and 948 in Primo BRT colors
2010 NFI DE40LFR 40 Hybrid 376-405 (30) First hybrid buses in fleet
2012-13 NABI 60-BRT 60 CNG 951-969 (19) VIA route 100 Primo BRT (Fredericksburg Road) service
2016 NFI XN40 40 CNG 406-420 (15) Feature a special VIVA livery; 419 & 420 feature Primo BRT color scheme for route 101-100
2012 Proterra BE35 EcoRide 35 Electric 115-117 (3) First all electric buses in fleet; currently in use on route 301 VIVA Centro
2005 Optima Trolley Replica 30 Propane 96-114 (19) Downtown Circulator (301 VIVA Centro)
2016 Nova Bus LFS Natural Gas 40 CNG 421-670(425) Currently being delivered to VIA

References

  1. ^ "Ridership Report Archives". American Public Transportation Association. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ a b "VIA System Map" (PDF). VIA Metropolitan Transit. May 1, 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ a b c "About VIA". VIA Metropolitan Transit. n.d. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "Bus Services". VIA Metropolitan Transit. n.d. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "Park and Ride | Events". VIA Metropolitan Transit. n.d. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "New fares in effect January 1". VIA Metropolitan Transit. December 15, 2008. Archived from the original on March 7, 2016. Retrieved 2013.
  7. ^ "Fares & Passes". VIA Metropolitan Transit. Archived from the original on March 7, 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  8. ^ Davila, Vianna (November 4, 2013). "VIA bus service changes start Monday". San Antonio Express-News. Retrieved 2017.
  9. ^ "VIA Primo". VIA Metropolitan Transit. Archived from the original on May 28, 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  10. ^ "Work has begun on Zarzamora Primo Project". VIA Smart Move. VIA Metropolitan Transit. September 27, 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  11. ^ "Fredericksburg BRT Route". VIA Metropolitan Transit Destination 2012. VIA Metropolitan Transit. n.d. Archived from the original on March 6, 2009. Retrieved 2009.
  12. ^ a b "Board of Trustees". VIA Metropolitan Transit. n.d. Retrieved 2016.
  13. ^ "Executive Leadership Team". VIA Metropolitan Transit. n.d. Retrieved 2016.
  14. ^ "Service Changes to Bring Added Benefits Beginning May 7th". www.viainfo.net. Retrieved .
  15. ^ Davila, Vianna (February 26, 2013). "VIA rolls out electric buses". San Antonio Express-News. Retrieved 2013.

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