Love it or hate — and many of you say you hate it — Michigan Left turns are here to stay in the Old Pueblo.
Bad news for the nearly 100,000 drivers who use the Ina-Oracle roads intersection on a regular basis.
Northwest-side drivers are adding a new term to their vocabulary this week — the Michigan left.
Construction crews hired by the Pima County Department of Transportation, the Regional Transportation Authority will begin paving Ina Road west and east of Oracle Road on Sunday.
Former patients of a now-closed Marana dental clinic could have been exposed to hepatitis or HIV, county health officials say.
Tucson can't wait for improvements to "absolutely critical" freeway interchanges, business leaders told transportation officials Friday.
Plans for new home construction in Marana abound.
A worker installs bat "condos" under a bridge in Texas, where the bat-box manufacturer is based. Similar condos are expected to go in soon under the North Cortaro Road Bridge.
No more half-mile backups. No more waiting through three traffic-light cycles.
Ina Road (which should be pronounced Eena) is named in honor of the woman who homesteaded the area and was the first director of physical education for women at the University of Arizona.
Bob Constantino, left, stands almost camouflaged (he
One of Tucson's man-made wonders was rendered invisible 20 years ago, hidden behind a retaining wall.
For years Pima County officials have struggled with what to do about smelly sewer gas.
This work on Ina Road is the first pavement-preservation project within Pima County that is funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The project is estimated to take three weeks and cost $1 million.
Paving Preservation work on Ina Road: from Camino Cielo to Damino De La Tierra at Marana Town linits is underway Friday April 9, 2010,cq,(FRIDAY APRIL 9, 2010) in Tucson, Arizona. This work here is being done at the intersection of Ina and Camino de la Tierra. The Pima County Department of T…