To understand “Fare Capping,” Please watch the video below.
The Fare Capping Chronicles from TransitCenter on Vimeo.
G. Will you support “Fare Capping”?
Answer: Yes: It works. I’ve benefited from fare capping in Portland, OR.
H. Will you maintain or increase VIA’s funding from the city general revenue?
Answer: Maybe: I will consider increase funding, but real investment needs to come from private corporations that receive tax incentives/breaks while not investing into their employees need for public transportation.
District Specific Question:
I. With the exception of the Palate Salesman, will you ensure that the Hays Street Bridge remains free from private enterprises regardless if the apartments get build or not?
Answer: Yes: I will continue to fight to preserve the beautiful history of HSB by making sure all SA residents can enjoy and utilize the bridge, especially when once upon a time, the HSB was the only entry point into the Eastside.
Did you support the removal of the S Flores bicycle lane?
Answer: No, not at all. San Pedro is extremely busy, which made S. Flores a safe(r) alternative that runs parallel into the downtown area. Not to mention the $700k cost paid by taxpayers to be just removed after the fac
How would you bring San Antonio into compliance with EPA air quality regulations?
A. There are no air quality issues.
B. Have buses powered by an electric catenary system (https://youtu.be/8NqU3IaqwrI
C. Require smog controls in cars
D. Install protected bike lanes on major corridors
E. Add additional lanes to existing freeways.
F. Create HOV lanes with an option for toll roads.
G. Remove bike lanes to make room for more cars on the road.
D. Put Protected Bike Lanes down Major corridors