Hours of operation for Tucson’s modern streetcar could be extended to better coincide with bars’ closing time, officials say.
The city of Tucson has made a formal proposal to become the home of a $5 billion “gigafactory” for lithium-ion batteries for electric cars.
Tucson middle-schoolers are encouraged to spread the word about the importance of recycling through their artwork.
A small, relatively unknown city commission has signed off on $6 million in repairs over the next two years for neighborhood roads that would otherwise be unlikely to get fixed.
The vans start pulling into the parking lot below Patrick McCarthy’s second-floor office window about 2:30 every afternoon.
The cost of implementing the mandatory new fare cards known SunGo is still not known, nearly two months after the problem-plagued system was put in place.
Curious about how transportation planning works
The good news is 48 miles of rutted and potholed city pavement will see some upgrades over the next nine months.
A community group tasked with refining a vision for Tucson announced Monday it is "transitioning to an all-volunteer staff." Two employees and three contract workers were let go.
Some Tucson hospitals could share in a federal windfall of up to $70 million to help cover medical costs for those who can't pay, if the City Council signs off on the deal tonight.
Construction on the last of a trio of high-rise complexes for students in the heart of the city is now underway.
Abel Gamez, with SunTec Concrete, works on The Hub, a high-rise tower going up at 1011 N Tyndall Ave. near the University of Arizona in the North Park Avenue and East Speedway area. The Hub will have 590 bedrooms for rent.
Heavy equipment clears the land for Iron Horse, a new student housing project at 504 E Ninth St.
The Hub, pictured here early in construction, is a high-rise tower going up at 1011 N Tyndall Ave. near the University of Arizona in the North Park Avenue and East Speedway area. Rasping, a finishing process, is creating white, hail-size particles to rain down.
A new interstate could loop around Tucson's west side if local officials can marshal community support.
If built, Interstate 11 would connect at Sahuarita Road, above, and then east to Interstate 10. The above view is looking west on Sahuarita Road.
The fundamental mission for all city of Tucson employees is to provide excellent service delivery to our community.
"With a commitment to service, the long delays on street repairs are in the past."
If you think it's taking longer for the city to fix those potholes at the end of your street, it's not your imagination - it is.
Robin Breault locks her bike to the new racks at Yoga Oasis, 202 E. Congress St., before her class. Since the studio is on a public right of way, on the sidewalk, the city installed the bike racks for free.