Streetcar party will close some downtown roads.
Tucson's modern streetcar launches this week with first rides for media and officials on Monday and public rides beginning Friday. It's also the launch of a million streetcar selfies.
It brings new rules for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians — and much hoopla.
Timeline showing how the streetcar materialized.
Political news and gossip here in the Old Pueblo
Company pays city $2.3 million for west side land deal.
Bars and restaurants can now seek an exemption to open up near schools and churches in downtown Tucson.
Sun Tran riders could see changes — mostly service cuts — to their bus routes and schedules this summer, if the Tucson City Council approves a series of recommendations from the agency.
Crews are fixing a curb at the streetcar stop at North Fourth Avenue and East Ninth Street.
Crews were out correcting a streetcar stop built too tall at Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street this morning.
Tucson's sixth streetcar rolled into town today.
A Darwinian struggle for survival.
Sun Link officials will close East University Boulevard between North Fourth Avenue and Tyndall Avenue early Monday morning for streetcar testing.
What does it take to stop a modern streetcar dead its tracks? Apparently just a quarter.
Hours of operation for Tucson’s modern streetcar could be extended to better coincide with bars’ closing time, officials say.
The city is determined to open the downtown streetcar line to riders this summer but will need some outside help to do it.
Tucson's new streetcar will be tested in the spring, adding excitement to the 4th Avenue Spring Street Fair. The City Transportation Department has assured 4th Avenue merchants the streetcar driver, test pilot Chuck Jagermiester, will honk the streetcar's horn to alert street fair attendees …
Those attending the Fourth Avenue Street Fair this week will able to get up close and personal with the OG of Sunlink's Modern Streetcar fleet.
Tucson’s bill for streetcar construction is coming due. And after years of saying the $197 million project cost was accounted for, the city is now staring at a $13 million funding gap.
City voters will begin receiving their ballots this weekend for this year’s City Council races and propositions.