HELP REVIEW THE DRAFT PLAN

The SA Corridors Strategic Framework Plan draft is now available for review.  SA Corridors plan is one of the first steps to implementing VIA's Vision 2040 Plan and the City of San Antonio's SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan.  It is the product of 18 months of collaboration with the community and in-depth market analysis of San Antonio's future transit corridors.  We appreciate your feedback and will accept public comment on the draft plan documents through October 20th, 2017.  The plan is broken up into four parts, available for download below:  

DOWNLOAD DRAFT PLAN DOCUMENTS:

Corridor Profiles cover each of the 12 SA Corridors and include information about existing land use, population, and future land use.  

 

The Transit-Supportive Land Use Framework contains our city-wide strategies for how to encourage more transit-supportive development.

Each of the 16 Station Area Concepts cover existing land use, future land use, and include renderings of potential future development patterns.

Station Area Plans delve into greater detail on affordable housing strategies and zoning recommendations needed in station areas.

SA Corridors Future Land Use Map

The SA Corridors Future Land Use Map is a road map for how we grow around our transit system. The Future Land Use Map was developed by looking at many layers of information. Neighborhood plans were the starting point, but additional information such as sector plans, VIA’s most recent transit plans, and scenario modeling were added to create a detailed (and market feasible) goal for how San Antonio's transit corridors should develop in the coming decades.  Click the button below to view the Future Land Use Map in an interactive mapping tool.

 

Two ways to provide comments

We encourage you to provide comments in one of two ways.  Use the comment form below to submit one or multiple comments or alternatively, e-mail your comments with references to the document and page number to which you are referring, to Jacob T. Floyd, Planning Coordinator for the Citywide Planning Division.