Alamo Area Accessible Transportation

& Mobility News

Vision Statement
Alamo Area Accessible Transportation Coalition Initiative (AAATCI)
Our vision for accessible transportation in the Alamo Area is to ensure that all seniors and people with disabilities have safe, least restrictive and barrier free access to affordable transportation to meet personal needs.
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ADA Access Texas 







Bexar Area Agency on Aging (BAAA)  







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Welcome to the April 2015 Edition of the Alamo Area Accessible Transportation & Mobility Newsletter, a forum to inform our community about accessible transportation and discuss opportunities for improvements 


This month's topics of interest:  

  • The Big Give S.A.
  • Transportation - Call-A-Ride for Veterans
  • Silver Solutions Resources for Living Long and Aging Strong
  • Answers to Questions
  • Car Care Resource
  • FitCity S.A. Events Calendar

We encourage your feedback and contributions each month!  Please forward any information you would like to share.


On Tuesday, May 5, local community organizations will participate in The Big Give SA!


It's South Central Texas' second annual giving day, and it's your chance to make a real impact.  Last year's event raised nearly 2.1 Million Dollars for local charities and we hope to make an even bigger impact this year.


To participate in San Antonio's 24-hour on-line giving event, please click the link: The Big Give SA. 


Transportation in the Alamo Region can be challenging for our Veterans.  If you know a Veteran in need of transportation, a new grant from the Texas Veterans Commission, in partnership with the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG), may be able to help.


For more information, or to find out if you are eligible for transportation service, please call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275 or visit the website at


Looking for an easy way to find the information on 
You can use the site's "Guide Me" tool on the homepage, choose from among the ten main topic areas listed at the top of every page, or simply put search words or phrases in the search field and then Click "Go".  Another fast and easy way to get answers to your disability related questions is by browsing through "'s Guides to Information & Resources."

Motorists can help protect the environment by following four simple steps from the non-profit Car Care Council.  Follow a vehicle service schedule including steps like checking engine performance, keeping tires properly inflated, replacing air filters regularly, changing oil regularly and checking your gas cap.

For more information on how to keep preventative maintenance on your car, please Click Here!

If you are "into" the event scene or just wish to occasionally get out in community and social settings, then please click on the San Antonio Walks Event Calendar.  It identifies walking or walking-related events occurring in the San Antonio area from May through August 2015.


San Antonio Area - Run-Walk Schedule May - August 2015


You may also visit their website at

Permission to reproduce or reprint: Please feel free to forward this newsletter. However, if you wish to use any information marked "original" please contact the owner of that information, or Elena Hernandez.

AAATCI members include representatives from:


ADA Access Texas

Transit Users 
Transportation Engineers
Urban and Transportation Planners

Contact Us: to submit "Spotlight" stories, current events, article suggestions, data to share, best practices and/or with any comments or questions: or you may call (210)-362-5274.