Rothschild talks about taxes, transit, economic incentives.
Two officers will ride various Tucson bus routes.
Readers express doubts on Prop. 425 road repairs, electric buses, death penalty.
Tucson's regional service is testing them on express routes.
Council also approves bus system audit.
Bus ridership is down 23 percent after a 6-week strike.
The city council is expected to discuss the next steps in transit management on Oct. 8.
The signed a 2-year contract, is good until June 30, 2017.
Students who have not received their bus passes must contact their schools.
42-day work stoppage is over; service goes back to normal.
Bus Strikes in Tucson date back to at least 1958.
Striking Sun Tran workers gesture as a bus leaves the Laos Center in Tucson on Sept. 5, 2001, after more than 400 drivers, mechanics and other workers walked out. A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star
Barbara Franco, a driver for Sun Tran, hangs a large black ribbon and a U.S. flag in a tree on Sept. 12, 2001, in support of the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Benjie Sanders / Arizona Daily Star
Teamsters applauded the directions approved by the council in a 6-1 vote.
Readers discuss Sun Tran and the RTA, marijuana legalization, Kim Davis.
Including benefits, 200 Sun Tran drivers earn approximately $55,000.
New routes are 11 and 29.
Candidates Regina Romero and Bill Hunt faced-off in television interview.
Long lines and limited service leaves patience running thin.
No extra money in the budget to meet union demands, city maintains.