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Infrastructure act funds are on the way to Arizona

The first rounds of funds will go to mine and well cleanup and public transit.

Union Pacific will use self-driving trucks to move freight between Tucson and Phoenix

It will be San Diego company TuSimple's first customer on that route.

Tucson voters will decide on sales tax for road improvements

The proposal, called Proposition 411, earmarks 80% of the money raised for neighborhood streets, with the remaining 20% spent on safety improvements for bicyclists and pedestrians.

The future of trains, infrastructure and the RTA in Southern Arizona

This week, The Buzz is all about transportation.

Tucson weighs future with RTA over representation disputes and claims of underfunded projects

The city will decide whether or not to participate in the next phase of the RTA next week

Tucson city council weighs extending half-cent tax increase

Prop 101, approved in 2017, expires this year.

New specialty license plates put Arizona's lineup over 80

Most of the plate's extra cost goes to charity or a non-profit.

Autonomous trucker TuSimple logs first no-human road test

The self-driving truck cruised through southern Arizona.

Traffic fatalities in Arizona on track this year to surpass 2020

The number of people killed in automobile crashes around Arizona during 2021 could reach the highest level in over a decade.

Tucson scraps transit fares through June 2022

The city council called on staff to craft options for creating a permanently fare-free transit system.

Tucson mayor wants to extend free public transit rides

Sun Tran's free rides are currently set to expire on December 31st.

Tucson airport expecting more than 60,000 travelers in Thanksgiving week

Number of passengers is just shy of pre-pandemic levels.

Officials approve corridor for part of proposed of new I-11

Depending on which of two alternatives is chosen, I-11 would track the existing Interstate 10 through Tucson or be routed across desert west of the city.

Pima Association of Governments starts month-long pedestrian and bicycle count

Local governments will use the numbers collected to make decisions about transportation projects and public health outreach.

City of Tucson adds five new electric buses to fleet

City officials said it is part of a push to cut carbon emissions.

200K Arizona drivers getting refunds over public safety fee

The refunds involve a controversial public safety fee that was part of vehicle registration costs approved three years ago and later rescinded.

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