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It's still free to park there nights and weekends.
Streetcar, parking fines, new meters are among the year's top happenings.
Council votes to drop parking fines for next year.
The Park Genius smartphone app was developed by three University of Arizona graduates.
A Darwinian struggle for survival.
The uneven, gravel strewn hard-packed mess that sits on the northeast corner of North Sixth and East Toole avenues looks more like a construction site than anywhere you would want to leave your car; more vacant lot than parking lot.
The city of Tucson takes a firm position when it comes to violations of its building code or the Americans with Disabilities Act — unless, that is, the violator is the city of Tucson.
Tucson International Airport has added a paperless payment option to its parking lots, just in time for the holidays.
Eagle-eyed pedestrians walking over Broadway and Congress Street on the footbridge in front of the county buildings can see the problem when they look down at the parking spaces below.
Out of change for the parking meter? Ever had to dash out to feed an expiring parking meter?
The city could install as many as 467 metered parking spaces on or near North Fourth Avenue next year.
With Wednesday's abundant sunshine, it seemed only right for crews with Parsons Steel, including Paul McKenna, above left, and Nate McCollum, to work on capturing some of it in the future. They were building the support structure for 51 new solar arrays in the main parking lot of Tucson Inte…
Work is underway to install a massive solar-powered canopy over the main terminal parking lot at Tucson International Airport.
If you drive downtown, you'll be paying double to park at a meter - once downtown streets are re-opened enough for anyone to drive there and reach a parking meter.
Josie Romero fishes for money to pay the meter while holding on to her 11-month-old son, Jonathan Palomares, on West Alameda Street while Rose Delestre, left, keeps tabs on Jordan Palomares, 3. A state legislator wants cities to be held accountable for their parking meters.
PHOENIX - There are 60 minutes in an hour. Everybody knows that - except, perhaps an indeterminate number of faulty parking meters that may be having trouble keeping time.
Tucson International Airport plans to install a solar-powered canopy over its entire main public parking lot over the next couple of years with the help of federal and state grants.
No one's parking on the downtown streets where streetcar work is under way, and officials say no increase in parking rates is likely until after work on laying tracks is complete. Above, a look east on Congress Street from Stone Avenue on Tuesday.