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Tucson asking Oracle & South 6th residents about Norte-Sur corridor plans

The city of Tucson is asking residents what they want to see in the Norte-Sur corridor, a plan that will guide transit and affordable housing near a 15-mile stretch of road between the Tucson Mall and International Airport. ... Read more»

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Cdad. de Tucson cerrará oficinas el lunes, el Día de César Chávez

Las oficinas del gobierno de la ciudad de Tucson estarán cerradas el lunes para honrar los derechos civiles y al César Chávez, el líder de los United Farm Workers (Trabajadores Agrícolas Unidos).... Read more»

Tucson city offices closed Monday for César Chávez Day

Tucson city government offices will be closed Monday to honor civil rights and United Farm Workers leader César Chávez.... Read more»

Los pasajeros discapacitados de Tucson pueden rastrear su Sun Van con nueva app

Los usuarios de transporte discapacitados en Tucson ahora pueden rastrear su viaje de Sun Van en tiempo real después de que el servicio de Sun Tran lanzó una nueva aplicación móvil y un sitio web esta semana.... Read more»

Tucson's disabled transit users can track Sun Van rides with new app

Disabled transit users in Tucson can now track their Sun Van rides in real-time as Sun Tran has launched a new mobile app and website this week. ... Read more»

What's open, what's not on New Year's holiday

New Year's Eve isn't typically a holiday but with the New Year's Day falling on a Saturday, many offices have Friday off as the holiday. ... Read more»

4th Avenue Street Fair means road closures for Tucson motorists, transit changes

Tucson's 4th Avenue Winter Street Fair is this weekend, meaning road closures to accommodate the event. ... Read more»

RTA seeks public input on Marana Sun Shuttle service

Changes are coming to the Sun Shuttle's 410 line serving Marana and the public is invited to discuss improvements at a series of public meetings.... Read more»

Sen. Kelly, Mayor Romero tout Tucson impact of $1 trillion federal infrastructure bill

Tucson will see new bridges, roads, buses and trains because of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that passed by a 69-30 vote in the Senate earlier this week, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero and U.S. Senator Mark Kelly said on Wednesday. ... Read more»

Candidate commentary

Portela: How the pandemic shaped mobility justice, and why we cannot go back

"If we are honest, we are not out of the woods with the global health pandemic. For the last 15 months, our community has developed a relationship with our green open space and streets that changed the way we interact with those spaces; and the expectation is that we should not go back." — Ward 6 City Council candidate Andres Portela... Read more»

Free rides: Sun Tran drops fares during CV-19 crisis

Tucson bus riders will get a bit of a financial break during the coronavirus outbreak, with Sun Tran zeroing out all fares. Riders should enter by the rear door, and sit apart as much as possible, officials said.... Read more»

#CoveringClimateNow

Romero: Tackling climate change starts at the local level

Tucson mayoral candidate Regina Romero: "The unfortunate reality is that we do not have much of a choice but to act - and to act boldly - if we want to have a livable city for future generations of Tucsonans."... Read more»1

Tucson transit schedule for Memorial Day

Sun Tran, the Sun Link streetcar and Sun Shuttle will run on Sunday schedules on Monday.... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Rothschild's bite-sized achievements welcome in age of giant, empty political promises

Mayor Rothschild looked around, saw what was doable and led Tucson's City Council to getting it done. Maybe that’s low-hanging fruit but he never promised more than he could deliver, and usually accomplished what he said he'd do.... Read more»

Tucson buses to run Sunday schedule for New Year's Day

On New Year's Day, Tuesday, Jan. 1, transit service in Tucson will be as follows: ... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Rothschild got Tucson to walk the line, now we could use a kick

Tucson's progress is worth noting because we've done better under Mayor Jonathan Rothschild's leadership, but the city still lags behind the rest of the country ways cities that don't want to lag. ... Read more»

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