UTSA Sustainability Grant for Improved Walkability

What’s the deal? UTSA received a grant from TxDOT to promote modes of non-motorized transportation that reduce the use of single-occupant vehicles through increased use of buses, walking, biking, scooters, skateboards, and electric vehicles.

Why should we care? UTSA says the time is right to improve sustainability since COVID has people avoiding transit. UTSA will expand its  Tito Bradshaw Bike Repair Shop ,with a mobile bike repair shop.

How can this impact me? Partnerships, study them, learn from them. Emulate the successful partnerships. Especially look to how EV fits in the UTSA plan.

UTSA Today | Sustainability grant will help improve campus walkability, air quality