In its most basic form, transportation is personal to all of us. It connects communities, economies and people. It's how we get to work, school, appointments and activities. It's how we visit loved ones and travel our great state - whether it's by car, truck, bus, bike or walking.
Drivers will have to wait in congested traffic at the Interstate 19 interchange at Ajo Way for only two more years instead of five.
Tucson can't wait for improvements to "absolutely critical" freeway interchanges, business leaders told transportation officials Friday.
Multiple crashes have occurred on Interstate 10 near Picacho Monday afternoon, according to state officials.
If you've ever been stuck in traffic and daydreamed about giving state officials a piece of your mind, here's your chance.
Interstate 19 will be down to one lane overnight in both directions all week, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
During Cyclovia Tucson, riders, skaters and walkers have the streets to themselves - or at least some streets. In 2011, a crowd of bike riders, above, headed along a route near downtown. This year's first Cyclovia is on Sunday and starts at Armory Park.
Bike Fest starts today and goes all month.
A paving machine lays down concrete for the new eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 at Prince Road. Project manager Jeremy Moore said the Interstate 10 widening project between Ruthrauff and Prince roads will help alleviate congestion by late this year or early next year.
Watch for lane restrictions and shifting traffic patterns on Interstate 10 at the Prince Road construction site this weekend.
Sahuarita is a "young, ambitious community" with many opportunities, said Mayor Duane Blumberg.
Some Interstate 10 ramps and frontage roads will be closed in the Marana area Friday and Saturday for paving work.
NOGALES, Ariz. - Two big Tucson-area transportation projects are at risk of more delays and cuts due to reduced revenue forecasts at the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Westbound traffic on Ajo Way approaches the overpass across I-19. The project to reconstruct the interchange has already been delayed.
Local transportation officials will learn Friday what a series of big projected revenue shortfalls at the Arizona Department of Transportation could mean for Tucson-area road projects.
As if there weren't enough construction going on downtown, here comes another major road project.
A new 15-month, $17.2 million project is getting under way on Interstate 10.
Ongoing repaving and ramp work on Interstate 10 hasn't affected Tucson drivers much - until now.