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Pima County Bans Hand-Held Phone Use When Driving
No texting, either, at risk of $100 fine, $250 if involved in collision.
Regional Road Plan At 10 Years, A Smoother Ride?
Plus, what's next for road repair in the Tucson metro area?
Port of Tucson Upgrade Eases Access to Freight Train Line
The port's new 'off ramp' gives large trains the ability to enter/exit the port to load and unload
Town Hall: Better Roads Would Strengthen Trade with Mexico
Business, government leaders lament infrastructure issues hampering imports, exports.
Stretch of Tucson's 22nd Street Dangerous for Pedestrians
5 pedestrians, 1 bicyclist killed on 1-mile stretch south of downtown last year.
Land Buys to Widen Broadway on Tucson City Council Agenda
Resolution would allow property acquisition to begin along two-mile stretch.
Pima County Considers Eight More Traffic Roundabouts
County transportation officials want to build safer intersections.
$28M Renovation Planned at Tucson International Airport
First upgrade in more than a decade will affect security, departure areas.
Tucson Seeks to Replicate Streetcar Success in Growth
Property values boom along tracks. Is a focus on transit the way to go?
Road, Streetcar Closures for Street Fair This Weekend
Event draws thousands, slowing central city traffic until Sunday night.
What to Know About Arizona's New Federally Compliant ID
Voluntary Travel ID will be required for commercial air, federal building entry.
Lack of Staff Delays Goods Crossing at Nogales Port
Customs service unable to find candidates to fill hundreds of inspector jobs.
ADOT Begins Interstate 11 Environmental Impact Study
Process of finding most environmentally friendly route for southern stretch of highway.
Road Project Will Close Most of 22nd/Alvernon Intersection
Water, sewer line work will keep traffic out of much of the intersection through Monday
Tucsonans Want Road Repairs, But Split on Taxes for Them
Mayor sought public opinion on sales, property tax increases to fix deficit.
Phoenix Airport Sets Passenger Record; Tucson Traffic Falls
44 million last year at Sky Harbor, while Tucson International declined 2%.
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