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Tucson public transit to remain free

Teamsters claimed without fares, vehicles become refuge for the homeless.

$1.7 billion in infrastructure act funds will go towards fulfilling settlements of Indian water rights claims

Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced the funds in Phoenix this week.

AMLO: Roughly $250M in port, road projects on tap to aid Guaymas

Mexico’s president recently detailed major infrastructure investments that will help the Sonoran port city of Guaymas.

Infrastructure act funds are on the way to Arizona

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

Sewage crisis hits Mexico beach community

Sonora's governor promises aid

Dozens of Arizona bridges in “poor” condition

New federal infrastructure dollars could help.

Growing infrastructure in the Tucson metro and the RTA’s role

Voters approved the Regional Transportation Authority in 2006.

Patio extensions pop up at Tucson restaurants

A popular program is providing an economic boost during the Pandemic

"Good Food Finder" wants to build roots between growers and consumers.

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Part of Sunshine Mile to become restaurant with a rotation of local chefs

Rio Nuevo awarded the bungalow project to a local pair who plans to center the block around Tucson's City of Gastronomy status.

New ramp by Mariposa Port of Entry seen way to boost trade

It's expected to shave minutes off of travel time from the port to Interstate 19 for commercial trucks

Broadway expansion work expected to speed up

The city of Tucson wrapped up installing new drainage systems beneath the roadway

Improving Arizona’s roadways and challenges posed

A discussion with the newest member of the State Transportation Board

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden makes 2-day trip in Navajo Nation

Biden meets with tribal leaders, women, business leaders, vaccination workers and children to discuss the needs of the nation.

As more move to Arizona, what “smart growth” looks like

A discussion with Arizona Republic digital opinions editor Joanna Allhands.

Borderlands groups submit list of wall sections prioritized for removal

One of the most comprehensive outlines so far lists roughly 70 miles of wall segments across the Borderlands.

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