San Antonio – Commuters have always wanted to see changes along Culebra Road. The 13-mile corridor has been a hotspot for years.
Luis Virgen’s law firm is located on Culebra Rd. Not far from Zarzamora Street in the west end of the city.
He’s been commuting down this corridor for at least 20 years. Virgen trusts Culebra Rd. Not a safe area.
“I had to avoid pedestrians many times. By God’s grace, I never hit anyone. I knew Culebra was a very dangerous road,” he said.
Virgen would like to see some improvements.
“Maybe lower speed limits, maybe more patrols,” Wigan said.
Safety is also a top priority for the San Antonio Department of Transportation. For the past two years, experts have been studying the area between I-10 and Loop 1604. They also address the concerns of commuters.
Since April, nearly 600 residents have expressed the changes they would like to see.
Jacob Flyod is a transportation planner in San Antonio.
Many would like to see more crosswalks and shorter crossing distances, he said.
“The overall goal of the project is to provide all road users with a safe way to commute,” he said.
The community will soon have the opportunity to see their vision and ideas for Culebra Rd. One step closer to reality. There will be two town halls in October.
The rendition will be shared with the public, and people are again asked to share their feedback on the proposed changes. Floyd said it’s important to hear from everyone when it comes to safety.
“Well, community input helps our decision-making process. Having community input helps make our product better,” he said.
For more information on the upcoming Town Hall, click here.
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