Once a private company showed interest, Sun Tran was obliged to bow out.
Sun Tran workers approve deal mere hours before the old contract expired.
Sun Tran and union reps agree to delay bus strike 24 hours.
The contract for bus drivers expires at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday.
Sun Tran and union officials agree to extend current labor contract extra week.
It brings new rules for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians — and much hoopla.
They'll start rolling by the end of August.
The Regional Transportation Authority is seeking feedback from passengers who ride Sun Tran's express buses.
Sun Tran officials are preparing their final recommendations for service changes — mostly cuts — to certain bus routes and schedules.
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.
The city could borrow $45 million next year to cover streetcar costs, adjust this year’s debt payment and refinance older debt to save on interest rates.
Tucson took the first steps in closing its $33 million budget gap for next year by tentatively approving what could amount to $4.8 million in transit savings and fare increases.
The Tucson City Council this week is set to again take on the challenge of improving Sun Tran’s finances.
Downtown bus riders have spoken, and they want better restrooms.
Tucson’s Sun Tran bus service is in a financial bind because its fares are too low and it provides more service for the disabled at too low a cost, a panel of outside experts who evaluated the system found.
The past year was one of rebuilding streets and expanding public transportation. But it also included a deadly pedestrian tally.
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.
Despite having no violent history, the prosecutor said the defendant was still guilty of murdering his longtime girlfriend.
PHOENIX — In a case with statewide implications, a lawyer for the city of Phoenix argued to the Court of Appeals Tuesday that governments can decide to allow ads for condoms and contraceptives on bus shelters and benches, while denying access to candidates or controversial causes.
It might not catch your eye, but the city of Tucson is testing new features at a bus stop along Irvington Road near Interstate 19.