Mural along I-10 has commuters questioning whether it's finished.
Kids who don't take drivers ed are more likely to get convicted of traffic violations.
The Loop shared-use path on the north bank of the Rillito River at Rillito Regional Park will be closed from Monday through Oct. 3 for install…
No plans for pavement improvement on Valencia any time soon.
Many drivers fail to stop, but the law says they should.
City is detouring traffic downtown to avoid snarls.
The transportation department weighs in on the accuracy, locations of new signage.
Road Runner: Allstate ranks Tucson second nationally for safest drivers.
Fourth Avenue Underpass traffic will be rerouted.
Boosting high-capacity transit will be critical, planners and advocates say.
Tucson's modern streetcar, Sun Link, opened to the public Friday, July 25, 2014. Celebrations along the route greeted riders. See a time-lapse…
Tucson's Modern Streetcar finally gets its day. Hundreds of people turned out for the celebrations.
Local officials honored a group of Congressmen who supported the streetcar project
It brings new rules for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians — and much hoopla.
Officials say a bridge across Sabino Creek would ease traffic congestion.
Pima County may fine its construction company for La Cañada widening delays.
They'll start rolling by the end of August.
A small street on the University of Arizona campus honors a man who helped put Arizona Wildcats athletics on the map.
Sun Tran officials are preparing their final recommendations for service changes — mostly cuts — to certain bus routes and schedules.
Tucson’s Sun Link streetcar isn’t scheduled to begin its rounds until the end of July.
Sightseers cruising along West Picture Rocks Road in Saguaro National Park West might notice the freshly painted median lines, new caution sig…
Editor’s note: This is Joe Ferguson’s last week as the Road Runner. Next week reporter Jamar Younger takes the wheel of this column.
What does it take to stop a modern streetcar dead its tracks? Apparently just a quarter.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is asking for the public’s feedback on a southern segment of the proposed Interstate 11 route.
It was supposed to be a class project focusing on how to make local government more accountable to residents.