Bandera Road on the city's Northwest side is the seventh most-congested corridor in Bexar County and one of the top 100 worst in the state, according to TXDot.
Delays and bottleneck traffic are a typical experience for commuters traveling between Loop 410 and 1604.
A proposal involving an elevated highway to relieve congestion has caused concern over property values and the lasting impact on local businesses in the city of Leon Valley. But is a tree-lined boulevard a more viable alternative?
What does the community want to see in solutions for Bandera Road and future developments in the San Antonio area? What's the best way to balance convenient transportation and responsible growth?
- Chris Riley, mayor of Leon Valley
- Tom Tunstall, senior research director for the UTSA Institute of Economic Development
- Linda Alvarado-Vela, planning and public involvement program manager for the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
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