Officials said "Traffickers move their victims on all modes of transportation, and sometimes use public transit due to its low cost, greater anonymity in buying fare cards ..."
The money’s purpose is to address exposure mitigation, contactless payment and other measures used to strengthen riders’ confidence in using the transit system during the pandemic.
The launch of a new door-to-door transit service next week will soon bring a more flexible and convenient option to riders, Tucson transit off…
Tucson bus riders will see the new electric, zero-emission bus in service for at least a year. The buses are designed to help curb harmful greenhouse gas emissions and to offer greater accessibility, a quieter ride and generally more comfortable trips around town.
From buses to scooters, companies in Tucson have initiated safety measures for riders in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Passengers are asked to use transit for essential trips and to practice social distancing, creating six feet of space between each other.
A $2.6 million federal grant for electric buses and a year-long pilot program will help determine their viability in Arizona’s climate, offici…
Tucson transit users should check for any changes to their routes.
Transit services will see some changes for the Fourth of July holiday.
Your kids don't have to sit at home all day while you work this summer.
Transit services are among those affected by the Thanksgiving holiday.
Sun Tran is offering free rides on Election Day to make it easier for Tucsonans to make their voices heard.
Sun Tran wants to hear from Tucsonans about possible changes to one of its bus routes.
Look out, Sun Tran riders. Your schedule could see some changes soon.
Smokers will be asked to use a small designated area.
Transit declines are being seen nationwide, but some cities have bucked trend.
Nearly 190,000 Southern Arizonans don't know where their next meal is coming from.
This weekend's events are all designed to be a community celebration and mourning for those who have passed.
Some are still pushing for a Metropolitan Public Transit Authority, but obstacles remain.
The agreement, which starts Sept. 1, will not result in fare increases.
After fare hike, revenues are up over last year.
The contract does include raises, a union official says.
The contract extension expires at late Saturday.
Current contract expired at midnight Friday.