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.
Contractors with the city of Tucson's Department of Transportation will close the Grant Road and Oracle Road intersection on Monday (Sept. 9) night.
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.
PHOENIX - Arizona cities that want to install or keep using photo enforcement equipment on state roads are going to have to prove the cameras do more than generate fines.
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.
No more half-mile backups. No more waiting through three traffic-light cycles.
Oro Valley Officer Greg Burgess pursues a possible traffic violator during a recent High Visibility Enforcement, or HiVE, patrol at North Oracle and West Magee roads. The patrols will last at least 90 days.
During Oro Valley's High Visibility Enforcement patrols, traffic officers are encouraged to give warnings rather than issue citations, police say. The patrols will continue intermittently until December on North Oracle at West Magee Road and West Suffolk Drive.
Oro Valley motorcycle officers are swarming a pair of dangerous North Oracle Road intersections in an effort to prevent crashes.
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.
We're just a few weeks away from the start of construction on Grant Road.
Local TV man Bob Lee has created a video commentary about Tucson potholes.
Bob Valerius says the word that best describes his commute is "satanic."