Advanced Rapid Transit

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Proposed North/South Corridor could receive $158M in new fiscal year

Plans for San Antonio’s first Advanced Rapid Transit corridor are progressing with a recommendation for $158 million from the federal government, marking a historic funding opportunity for the region and a step forward for the project that’s part of VIA’s Keep SA Moving plan.

VIA’s Advanced Rapid Transit (ART) project is the only Texas project added to the President’s funding recommendation list for Fiscal Year 2023. It marks the first time San Antonio and VIA have been able to access this type of funding, which requires transit service that operates in a dedicated lane.


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N/S Line Project Timeline


ART saves time
  • Pay before you board
  • Reliable 10- to 15-minute service all day
  • Smart signals
  • Real-time route information
  • Boarding for people with all abilities
  • Level and all-door boarding
  • Connects more people to more places
  • Provides a reliable alternative
  • Delivers access to key destinations

The Advanced Rapid Transit North/South line will run mostly in dedicated lanes along San Pedro — from the San Antonio International Airport, through downtown — and end near Roosevelt Park and Mission Concepción.

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MORE reliable travel

  • Dedicated bus lanes improve reliability, even as traffic congestion increases in the future
  • Arrival times are more accurate
  • Fewer cars on the road improves travel for everyone

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