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Pima Association of Governments starts month-long pedestrian and bicycle count

Local governments will use the numbers collected to make decisions about transportation projects and public health outreach.

City of Tucson adds five new electric buses to fleet

City officials said it is part of a push to cut carbon emissions.

200K Arizona drivers getting refunds over public safety fee

The refunds involve a controversial public safety fee that was part of vehicle registration costs approved three years ago and later rescinded.

Leaders push for Phoenix-Tucson train service

Amtrak route is part of infrastructure proposal.

Tucson International Airport getting $18.5M federal grant

The grant will fund infrastructure and security upgrades.

Growing infrastructure in the Tucson metro and the RTA’s role

Voters approved the Regional Transportation Authority in 2006.

DPS sees traffic flows increase on Arizona’s interstates

A ride-along with a trooper offers a firsthand look at the types of incidents they encounter

New ramp by Mariposa Port of Entry seen way to boost trade

It's expected to shave minutes off of travel time from the port to Interstate 19 for commercial trucks

Broadway expansion work expected to speed up

The city of Tucson wrapped up installing new drainage systems beneath the roadway

Improving Arizona’s roadways and challenges posed

A discussion with the newest member of the State Transportation Board

Sun Tran sees ridership gradually rebound from pandemic slide

Tucson's public transportation service will continue to offer free fares through the end of June.

Tucson city budget town hall: infrastructure and mobility

Thursday night's town hall updated residents on various projects and surveyed attendees' priorities.

Tucson city budget town hall

The town hall Thursday will focus on the infrastructure and mobility aspects of the budget.

Conversation with Arlando Teller about transportation in tribal lands

The former Arizona state lawmaker talks about his new job in the U.S. Department of Transportation and his legacy in Arizona.

City of Tucson wants input on ranking transportation needs

The deadline to submit feedback for Move Tucson's prioritization principles is March 12.

Weather may delay weekend vaccinations

Banner, Pinal County, promise enough doses for today and Thursday

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