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Downtown Transportation Study
Downtown Transportation Study - Executive Summary


International Downtown Association
The International Downtown Association is a champion for vital and livable urban centers and strives to inform, influence and inspire downtown leaders and advocates.  Founded in 1954, the International Downtown Association has more than 600 members worldwide and is the guiding force in creating healthy and dynamic centers that anchor the well-being of towns, cities and regions of the world.

Center City Development Office
Facilitates and initiates development and redevelopment of neighborhoods, businesses, and cultural resources in the Inner City Reinvestment/Infill Policy Area (ICR/IP) to foster thriving neighborhoods, including downtown, for the benefit of residents, visitors, and businesses.

City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation
The Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) protects the historical, cultural, architectural, and archaeological resources that make San Antonio unique. The OHP promotes preservation through the creation of local historic districts and local individual landmarks.  Along with the Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC), the OHP oversees a design review process for exterior alterations to historic landmarks and districts, properties within the RIO districts (spanning the San Antonio River), public properties, and public art to ensure that modifications and changes are appropriate for historic resources. The OHP coordinate with other City departments to comply with required environmental review processes to protect historic resources.

City of San Antonio Downtown Operations
Special events and facilities, downtown parking and River Walk maintenance.

City of San Antonio Neighborhood Planning
The Neighborhood Planning and Urban Design (NPUD) Business Unit administers the Comprehensive Planning Program.  The unit provides technical assistance to neighborhoods and communities to develop and adopt Neighborhood and Community Plans, Sector Plans, Community Development Plans, and Goals and Strategies Reports.  Once plans are adopted, this unit is responsible for conducting five year plan reviews and processing plan amendment applications.  The NPUD unit is also responsible for maintaining the lists of registered neighborhood associations and community organizations.  Additionally, this unit administers the Urban Design Program and the Neighborhood Commercial Revitalization Program.

City of San Antonio ICRIP Policy (Inner City Reinvestment/Infill Policy
On February 4, 2010 City Council adopted the Inner City Reinvestment / Infill Policy. It is the policy of the City of San Antonio to promote growth and development in the heart of the City, specifically in areas that are currently served by public infrastructure and transit, but underserved by residential and commercial real estate markets. It is the intent of this policy to coordinate public initiatives within targeted areas in order to stimulate private investment in walkable urban communities that are the building blocks of a sustainable region. To accomplish the objectives of the Inner City Reinvestment / Infill Policy (ICRIP), the entire range of public incentives is made available under this policy, including regulatory, procedural, and financing incentives.

San Antonio River Authority
In 1917, the voters of Texas, recognizing the necessity of developing and conserving the State’s water resources and inspired by devastating floods of 1913 and 1914, passed a Constitutional amendment allowing the Legislature to create special purpose political subdivisions of the State to serve regional areas, generally coincidental with river basins and to be generally known as river authorities.

SARA, created in 1937, is one of many such active river authorities in the State of Texas. Its jurisdiction covers 3,658 square miles - all of Bexar, Wilson, Karnes and Goliad Counties.

The mission of SA2020 is to catalyze the entire San Antonio community into passionate, focused, and sustained action to achieve the shared goals that will transform San Antonio into a world-class city by the year 2020 in eleven key vision areas. SA2020 acts as a steward, connecting San Antonio citizens to opportunities that contribute to their aspirations for their city.