Effective January 1, 2017, Sun Tran, Sun Link and Sun Shuttle will implement a new fare structure and several new programs to allow riders to pay lower fares when using a SunGO Card.
The Sun Link streetcar will offer late-night service on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights to 2 a.m. from January 12 through May 14, 2017.
While dreams of a streetcar began some time ago, the official groundbreaking occurred in 2012. See what happened next and learn why Tucsonans are enjoying a new fixture in their city.
Key figures from the University of Arizona rode the Sun Link Streetcar on Thursday, August 20, 2015 to promote the upcoming Arizona Athletics seasons. Watch them enjoy the ride.
Attention Passengers/Atención Pasajeros: Should Sun Tran experience a strike, Sun Link service will continue to run as scheduled. Si Sun Tran llega a tener una huelga, el servicio de Sun Link continuara con su horario programado.
Anna Bjornsen proudly became Sun Link's one millionth passenger on Thursday, May 21, 2015. Anna was greeted by City Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Sun Link dignitaries as she boarded streetcar 104. Read more.
Discussions centered around downtown are optimistic as experts talk about growth, development and the positive impact the modern streetcar has had. read more.
With more than 4,000 people enjoying the ride per day Sun Link is exceeding ridership projections. Click to learn more.
The Downtown Tucson Partnership's current estimate for combined public and private investment in the downtown/Sun Link corridor is $900 million + -- an estimate that may be higher with investments from other Sun Link area districts added to the list.
From the Federal Transportation Administration's Fast Lane Blog.