Tucson police have closed North Alvernon Way between East Glenn Street and East Grant Road to motorists, officials announced Thursday night.
Road Runner has been running around getting answers to a bunch of good questions from you. Keep 'em coming!
A new network of bicycle boulevards is coming to Tucson this year.
At Sunstate Plaza, near Country Club Road, a vacant space sits idle next to a nearly vacant parking lot. Some businesses along Grant Road are struggling with the uncertainties the road-widening project brings.
A pedestrian waits a long time before traffic eases enough for him to cross Grant Road near North Oracle Road. While some businesses along Grant are struggling or have gone out of business, many others believe the construction hassles will be worth it once the widening project is finished.
The former Fiorito's restaurant building is still unused as many businesses along Grant Road try to survive during the widening project.
The new Sausage Deli building provides a glimmer of hope for area businesses. Owner Chris Fanelli decided to move to a better spot on Grant Road at First Avenue.
A Jack in the Box restaurant on Grant Road near Oracle Road uses signs to remind customers that it is still open during road construction.
From "For lease" to "For sale" to "I'm still here" to "Coming soon" ... the signs along Grant Road tell the story of how a road-widening project can inspire hope or create despair for businesses.
Con-way Freight truck drivers Edward Romero, left, and Jose Orozco are heading to the National Truck Driving Championship in Minneapolis this week. Romero and Orozco qualified by driving accident-free and being Arizona champion truck drivers.
It may not be a gold medal, but two Tucsonans are getting national recognition for their role in keeping us all safe on the road.
Ha comenzado un proyecto que durará un año para reconstruir la intersección de West Grant con North Oracle Road.
After years on First Avenue, Sausage Deli is turning the corner on Grant Road.
Here are a few construction updates to know about.
We're just a few weeks away from the start of construction on Grant Road.
The state is getting ready to once again "sweep" pothole-repair
dollars out of that fund before they ever get to our streets.
We're getting closer to reality when it comes to the Tucson
modern streetcar project, but some still question how much bang
we're getting for our 196 million bucks.
The Regional Transportation Authority is working on a new plan
to trim the cost of the Grant Road widening project by buying
needed right of way sooner rather than later.