SAN ANTONIO (Jan. 26, 2018) — On Friday, VIA Metropolitan Transit’s VIVA missions (40) route extended service to Mission Espada, following completion of a construction project in the area. Previously, the VIVA missions route traveled to four of the five mission sites. The route now serves the San Antonio Missions World Heritage Site, from the Alamo to Mission San Juan.
In June 2016, VIA Metropolitan Transit launched its VIVA service line with three distinct routes —VIVA culture (11), VIVA missions (40), and VIVA centro (301) — which connect riders with historic places, classic and contemporary art, popular dining and entertainment spots, and opportunities to learn and discover in the heart of San Antonio.
VIVA runs seven days a week, with extended hours and frequent service. Standard bus fares will apply. The best value for riders is a VIA Day Pass, which provides unlimited rides, all day for $2.75. Visit VIAinfo.net/VIVA for complete schedule information and locations served by VIVA.
About VIA Metropolitan Transit
VIA provides regional multimodal transportation options that connect our community to opportunity, support economic vitality, and enhance quality of life throughout our region. VIA, recognized by the Texas Transit Association in 2016 as the outstanding Metro Transit Authority of the year, serves 14 member cities and the unincorporated areas of Bexar County, operating seven days a week on 90 routes. Last year, VIA provided 40 million rides across the region. VIA’s AAA bond rating reflects the organization’s sound management and financial practices. Visit VIAinfo.net for more information. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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