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.
A Darwinian struggle for survival.
Reader Dan Cote asked the Star's Road Runner when crews will finish the stretch of North La Canada Drive between West Ina and River Roads.
Road Runner's question of the week was from reader Mary Haley.
The Road Runner’s phone was busy the day after the Pima County Board of Supervisors decided not to give American Traffic Solutions another contract.
There’ll be a huge IOU under the Christmas tree this year, but for tens of thousands of commuters it will be worth the wait.
The Catalina Highway up to Summerhaven is one popular route where cyclists have encountered thumbtacks thrown onto the road. The county swept the road to clear the hazard.
Tucson's cycling community is facing a new threat on some streets: thumbtacks left along popular routes.
We're about halfway through the intersection-improvement program that was part of the voter-approved Regional Transportation Authority plan.
The city is gearing up for a project to convert Sixth Avenue to two-way traffic between Broadway and Speedway.
Drivers will have to wait in congested traffic at the Interstate 19 interchange at Ajo Way for only two more years instead of five.
If you've been waiting for a solution to the problem of waiting in traffic at the Valencia-Kolb roads intersection, just keep waiting.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry and the Pima Association of Governments want the state to raise gas taxes, with the extra money dedicated to patching the holes in local streets, not the ones in the state budget.
Pima County will add another construction project to the mix on the northwest side in a few weeks.
St. Mary's Road and Sixth Street will be closed between Church and Granada avenues starting Saturday morning.
St. Mary’s Road/Sixth Street will be closed between Church and Granada avenues Saturday morning.
A new report card about traffic congestion and pothole problems on Tucson-area streets tells us - as if we hadn't noticed - that things are crowded and bumpy out there.