Congress Street is shut down between Granada and Church.
City will implement more flexible weekend closure policy for Fourth Avenue Underpass.
A bicyclist halted a streetcar because of a near-miss accident.
Architect's favorite places, Hotel Congress and the Rialto Theatre, conjure vivid memories.
City will turn Toole Avenue into one-way road north of Congress Street.
Streetcar party will close some downtown roads.
Downtown restaurant morphs into bar at night.
Tucsonans seeking urban living now have more options.
Posner’s Art Store, the go-to art and architecture supply store for University of Arizona students, is celebrating its 100th year in business.
There is a growing traffic headache downtown.
The Good Oak is finalizing its menu, which could include Tucson brews.
City employees work in the rain to install rails for the new modern streetcar along South Granada Avenue, which lies just west of the Tucson Convention Center. As of Thursday, Granada had only one lane of traffic in each direction.
This is the scene on South Granada Avenue as it approaches an underpass at Interstate 10. The road is a key artery for visitors to gem shows along the frontage road and the convention center.
City officials say crews have been working overtime in an effort to get the streetcar construction completed before the gem shows. Business owners have complained that the work is a threat to their livelihoods.
Tick tock. Tick tock. Streetcar crews have just seven days to transform chaotic construction zones downtown to pristine condition before the start of Tucson's gem-show season.
We're 300 days into the 475-day streetcar construction calendar.
Beginning Friday, motorists won't have to navigate detours on East Broadway at Church Avenue. Work on underground utilities connected to the streetcar project is expected to wrap up this week.
The Broadway detour in the downtown area will wrap up this week and reopen to traffic Friday.
Official grand opening is next week.
Stone Avenue will close at Congress Street for a week starting Thursday at 6 a.m., giving motorists will have one less option to maneuver around downtown.