The San Antonio Mobility Coalition is a non-profit corporation organized in 2001 to advocate for highway, transit, and freight rail funding for the greater San Antonio region. SAMCo members include Bexar County, City of San Antonio, VIA Metropolitan Transit, Alamo RMA, AACOG, other local governments, major San Antonio headquartered corporations, chambers of commerce, the transportation construction and supply industry, the real estate development community, the financial sector, consulting engineers and other interested organizations.
The coalition was borne out of a need to remain competitive with other Texas cities and to address a significant transportation funding shortfall in the San Antonio region.
Since its inception, SAMCo has helped secure more than $7.2 billion in additional funding for transportation projects in the region.
Pictured here are Transportation Comm. Bugg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff with SAMCo delegation, following the May 26, 2018 Texas Transportation Commission Meeting in support of I-10 expansion and US 281 projects. Delegation included Rep Minjarez, former Commission Chair Hope Andrade and representatives from SAMCo, Bexar County, The City of San Antonio, VIA, North, Hispanic, and San Antonio Chambers.