Forty-four new arterial street projects, some neighborhoods added to repair plans.
Storm runoff can be issue if it floods over embankments.
The City Council rebuffed efforts by the Transportation Department to limit the options a citizen task force can consider for the widening of East Broadway on Tuesday.
Tucson’s officials promised the streetcar would transform downtown. But first it will transform how the festivals along the route operate.
It no longer takes nearly a month and a half for Tucson to fix potholes.
This spring’s Fourth Avenue Street Fair will be forced to drop 71 vendors because of scheduled streetcar testing, officials say.
After failing to include federally-required sidewalks in its $100 million road-bond package, the city is tapping into a loan program intended to create long-term jobs and stimulate the local economy to make up for the funding shortfall
The good news is 48 miles of rutted and potholed city pavement will see some upgrades over the next nine months.
As the first few major Regional Transportation Authority projects are completed, some drivers are enjoying the experience of a perfectly good road.
Local transportation directors know streets are in bad shape, but the challenge is how to fix them with an ever-shrinking pot of money.
It's Christmas Eve and one of the most important nights of the year for Tucson's transportation system.
Re-election earned Rep. Raúl Grijalva privileges like long plane rides and endless debates but apparently also won him super powers to control the stock market.
Lush, tree-lined boulevards and sidewalks could spring up around Tucson in the near future if the City Council finds some cash to get its decrepit irrigation system back online.
The city's new transportation director, Daryl Cole, is getting up to speed.
Potholes making your daily commute an obstacle course? Gaping crevices threatening the life of your alignment?