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What the Devil won't tell you

Prop. 411 is in the bag, now Tucson must move on with RTA

The half-cent sales tax voters kept in place Tuesday is about getting the city back to where it wants to be. The Regional Transportation Authority is about what Tucson wants to become. The City Council now must play nice with the RTA board.... Read more»

Tucson voters overwhelmingly OK continued 1/2-cent sales tax for roads

Tucson streets will get about $740 million in increased attention over the next decade, as local voters voted almost 3-1 in favor of Prop. 411 to fund transportation improvements in an special election Tuesday.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Walking or biking in Tucson shouldn’t be a death sentence

Being a pedestrian or cyclist in Tucson is deadly, and it has taken away too many lives. ... Read more»

Weds. deadline to mail ballots in Tucson's Prop. 411 sales tax election

Tucsonans who've filled out their ballots in the Prop. 411 special election should mail them back by Wednesday, or drop them in person at one of four locations through Election Day, May 17.... Read more»

Tucson opens ballot drop-off sites in Prop. 411 sales tax election

Tucsonans who've filled out their ballots in the Prop. 411 special election can drop them off at four locations through Election Day, May 17.... Read more»1

What the Devil won't tell you

The 4-1-1 on Tucson's Prop. 411 sales tax election

Prop. 411 is a sales tax in a time of inflation and perhaps an effort by the Tucson City Council to derail future regional transportation planning. Even so, it's still a worthy program to fix local streets.... Read more»1

Monday deadline to register to vote in Tucson's May 17 road tax election

Midnight on Monday, April 18, is the deadline to register to vote in the upcoming Tucson city election — voters will decide whether to continue a half-cent sales tax and dedicate it to street improvements and transportation projects.... Read more»

The Tucson agenda

City Council to vote on deal to bring jobs to Tucson; TUSD takes on sexual harassment

The Tucson City Council is slated to vote on incentives for a development of a 199,000 sq. ft. hangar at Tucson International Airport that will provide 50 jobs. Plus more in a quick look at what's planned for local government meetings this week.... Read more»

Public ballot guide arguments on Tucson road tax due by Feb. 16

Tucson voters will decide whether to approve a 10-year extension of a half-cent sales tax for roads — and those wishing to sound off can do just that in the city's election info pamphlet.... Read more»