The Arizona Department of Transportation has opened the public comment period for its 2015-2019 Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction program.
Pima County Transportation Department staffers are largely staying out of a decision whether to permanently turn off 11 speed cameras next week.
The city took drastic steps before dawn this morning to stop vandals from continuing to hit a graffiti hot spot — the massive overhead signs telling drivers what ramp to use at the intersection of Barraza-Aviation Parkway, Alvernon Way and Golf Links Road.
Two former Tucson Department of Transportation workers were sentenced Thursday to 60 days in jail and ordered to pay $5,000 in restitution each for using city equipment and materials for side jobs.
Two former City of Tucson Department of Transportation employees who used city equipment for side jobs were sentenced Thursday to jail and fined.
In its most basic form, transportation is personal to all of us. It connects communities, economies and people. It's how we get to work, school, appointments and activities. It's how we visit loved ones and travel our great state - whether it's by car, truck, bus, bike or walking.
Today’s road condition report from Pima County’s Transportation Department:
Two former city Transportation Department employees suspected of using city materials and equipment on private construction jobs will enter guilty pleas next month, attorneys announced Monday.
Former Tucson Streets Administrator Kurt Hough and four other Transportation Department employees were paved over today after being asked to hum the Ray Charles hit tune “Hit the road, jack.” A nearly year-long investigation found they misused thousands of dollars of city materials and equip…
Former Tucson Streets Administrator Kurt Hough and four other Transportation Department employees were fired or resigned today after an 11-month investigation city officials say shows they used thousands of dollars of city materials and equipment for their own outside projects.
Here’s a list of closed roads as well as those where drivers need to be cautious that was released this afternoon by Pima County’s transportation department:
The City of Tucson’s Streetcar Systems Director, Fred Rogers, informed downtown residents and business owners that the construction of the rail system would not take very long and that,” Trolley and everybody in the transportation department wants you to know it's going to result in a b…
Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry says money could be shifted from other departments to help pay for street repairs.
The city’s Transportation Department issued a traffic alert
Friday for work that could affect traffic around downtown
Pima County's transportation department issued the following
information Thursday morning regarding road conditions in the