Governor orders end to state crackdown on Lyft and Uber rideshare services.
Idea from Portland used to maximize bicycle safety in congested areas.
CART board will shrink to 21 members through attrition.
Work will increase capacity for outlet mall.
Private driving schools can now approve licenses.
County backs off on threats to strip development plan, content to let lawsuit unfold.
With GoTucson, users can pay for downtown, university-area parking using smartphones.
Winter rains and freezing temperatures mean misery for Tucson streets
Road Runner looks at six major projects slated for completion or progress.
The streetcar will stretch its usual weekday schedule on New Year's Eve.
Streetcar, parking fines, new meters are among the year's top happenings.
Weekly piece wraps up with some of your final questions of 2014.
Despite decades of trying, city's synchronization efforts leave drivers frustrated.
City wants to close Downtown Loop amid decreased ridership, new streetcar service.
Part of the route will be closed during the Winter Street Fair.
Will the downtown trains ever pipe down? The answer: Yes, eventually.
Plaintiff argues for modern standards; state says cost would be too great.
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.