Tucson's sixth streetcar rolled into town today.
A Darwinian struggle for survival.
Sun Link officials will close East University Boulevard between North Fourth Avenue and Tyndall Avenue early Monday morning for streetcar testing.
What does it take to stop a modern streetcar dead its tracks? Apparently just a quarter.
Hours of operation for Tucson’s modern streetcar could be extended to better coincide with bars’ closing time, officials say.
The city is determined to open the downtown streetcar line to riders this summer but will need some outside help to do it.
Tucson's new streetcar will be tested in the spring, adding excitement to the 4th Avenue Spring Street Fair. The City Transportation Department has assured 4th Avenue merchants the streetcar driver, test pilot Chuck Jagermiester, will honk the streetcar's horn to alert street fair attendees …
Those attending the Fourth Avenue Street Fair this week will able to get up close and personal with the OG of Sunlink's Modern Streetcar fleet.
Tucson’s bill for streetcar construction is coming due. And after years of saying the $197 million project cost was accounted for, the city is now staring at a $13 million funding gap.
City voters will begin receiving their ballots this weekend for this year’s City Council races and propositions.
A fault in the electric system for Tucson’s modern streetcar left city officials with the 65-foot-long road hazard stuck on the tracks during a system test late Tuesday night.
Those who are weary of traffic grinding to a halt in downtown Tucson because of the modern-streetcar construction should consider counting the orange traffic cones while idling between intersections.
After more than 400 days of construction and disruption, folks who frequent downtown Tucson will finally see the beginning of the end to streetcar track installation.
If you're planning to visit downtown, you should avoid North Stone Avenue the next few days.
Enoteca Pizzeria and Wine Bar faced more competition from downtown restaurants in recent years. Owner Rick Sabbagh also blames streetcar construction for a steep dropoff in customers. The restaurant, at 58 W. Congress St., opened in 2004 but had changed hands since then.
A once-popular downtown restaurant has closed its doors.
Although beset by countless delays, the company building Tucson's streetcars said it's on target to have all eight cars delivered by late March next year.
Granite Construction workers pour concrete for streetcar tracks downtown on Broadway.
PHOENIX - Business owners whose access is even partly blocked by a street improvement project can get damages if the value of their property is decreased, the Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled.