/ Modified oct 28, 2022 11:35 a.m.

Tucsonans prepare for Fall 2022 Cyclovia

Seasonal celebration takes cars off the street to celebrate city's neighborhoods

cyclovia spring22 Children enjoy Tucson Cyclovia in 2019.
Scott Griessel/Cyclovia Tucson

Tucson cyclists will celebrate the city's streets and neighborhoods during the Fall 2022 Cyclovia on Sunday.

The event is organized by the non-profit Living Streets Alliance. Streets will be temporarily closed to cars on a four-mile circular stretch that goes from Main Street and University Boulevard north to Rillito Street and 6th Avenue before winding its way back downtown.

Car traffic will be restricted and the streets will be open to people to walk, roll, bike, and play on the route between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Participants will find food trucks, music and other festivities at five neighborhood stops along the route.

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