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Want to have your say on how Southern Arizona governments should spend your money on roads and transportation alternatives? Pipe up by the end of the day Friday by taking the "Engage 2045" survey put out by the Pima Association of Governments. Read more» 1

Concerned about the state of our roads? Want to learn about transportation planning? The Pima Association of Governments and the Regional Transportation Authority will host a citizens transportation academy beginning March 31. Read more»

The Regional Transportation Authority is asking for public feedback this week on proposed changes to Sun Express routes. Read more»

Christy speaks at a September ribbon-cutting for Tucson's streetcar facility.

Steve Christy, a banker and former car dealer, has been named the chair of the Arizona State Transportation Board. Read more»

The Regional Transportation Authority and Pima Association of Governments have named two finalists for the executive director's post at the linked-at-the-hip agencies: Sahuarita's assistant town manager, Farhad Moghimi, and G. Mark Gibb, the executive director of the Northern Virginia Regional Commmission. Read more»

The Pima Association of Governments is in search of six county residents to volunteer as members of the Bicycle-Pedestrian Subcommittee. Volunteers will be responsible for developing bicycle and pedestrian project proposals. Read more»

The public can give feedback Wednesday night on proposed changes to the intersection of Valencia and Kolb roads. The Regional Transportation Authority will hold an open house at the Pima Air & Space Museum. Read more»

Two computer data training sessions next month will teach local nonprofit leaders how to use Census data to enhance grant applications. Read more»


Gary Hayes, the chief of the Regional Transportation Authority, is resigning due to ill health. Hayes, who has been working from home for months, will be paid $74,000 under a severance agreement. Read more»

The Regional Transportation Authority is looking for five volunteers to help oversee progress on the $2.1 billion transportation plan approved by voters in 1996. Read more»