Road Runner looks at six major projects slated for completion or progress.
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.
Will the downtown trains ever pipe down? The answer: Yes, eventually.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved the paving of a dirt road in the Catalina Foothills amid worries the project could diminish the neighborhood's historic vibe.
But some would prefer to keep the dirt roads they already have.
Why some people aren't happy about the new streetcar ads.
The road will be two lanes with a turning lane after construction.
Not raising Arizona's gas tax put a squeeze on county road repairs.
Kids who don't take drivers ed are more likely to get convicted of traffic violations.
No plans for pavement improvement on Valencia any time soon.
Many drivers fail to stop, but the law says they should.
The transportation department weighs in on the accuracy, locations of new signage.
Road Runner: Allstate ranks Tucson second nationally for safest drivers.
Houghton Road widening, improvement project is seeing progress.
If you’ve ever sat at a congested Tucson intersection and thought “at least our traffic isn’t as bad as Phoenix,” you might want to think again.
Lots of Tucsonans would like to ride their bicycles but are too afraid to because they’re not comfortable sharing the road with cars.
The Regional Transportation Authority is looking to approve its next round of bond funding to pay for upcoming road projects.
It’s been almost two months since the Pima County Board of Supervisors voted to shift $872,000 in road repair money from Supervisor Ally Miller’s district to fix Colossal Cave Road.