Sun Link - It's Going My Way 

Sun Link offers a new way to travel to work, play, school…and to connect to other transit. Listed below is important information about the Sun Link system that will help make your streetcar ride fun, easy and convenient.  

How to Ride Video  

Basics 

‣ Plan your trip - click here for a route map 

‣ Purchase a 1-day SunGo Ticket at the ticket vending machine (if using cash you must have exact change) at any Sun Link stop if you don't already have a SunGO card, SunGO ID & Card, SunGO Ticket or a SunGO Transfer. Passengers must have a a pass or cash value load on a SunGO product as cash is not accepted on board. Please click here to for more information and to purchase SunGO products. 

‣ Fares

1-Day SunGO ticket. Once activated, good for 24 hours: $4

SunGO Card or SunGO ID & Card cash value:

  • One-way full fare: $1.50 
  • One-way economy fare: $.50
  • Children 5 years old and younger ride for free with a paying adult

‣ Transfers:
When you tap your SunGO Card or SunGO ID & Card on a streetcar validator or bus farebox,  a transfer will automatically be loaded to the card. Transfers are valid for up to two hours or two trips, and are free between Sun Link, Sun Tran Routes 1-99 and select Sun Shuttle routes.

 

Ticket Vending Machine

‣ Tap your SunGO card, ticket or transfer on the validator near the door once on board the streetcar.

SunGO Validator

‣ To signal your desired stop, press one of the yellow stop request buttons located throughout the vehicle.  

Stop Request

Hours of Operation 

Monday - Wednesday

  • 7 am - 6 pm every 10 minutes

  • 6 pm - 10 pm* every 20 minutes

Thursday - Friday 

  • 7 am - 6 pm every 10 minutes

  • 6 pm - 10 pm every 20 minutes 

  • 10 pm - 2 am* every 30 minutes 

Saturday 

  • 8 am - 10 pm every 20 minutes 

  • 10 pm - 2 am* every 30 minutes 

Sunday 

  • 8 am - 8 pm* every 20 minutes 

*Start time for last trip of the day

Streetcar stop

Additional Resources

Announcements

NEW Downtown Tucson Partnership Report Quantifies Success

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. go >

Tucson celebrates the beginning of streetcar service with 60,000 riders during the kickoff weekend

Watch the Tucson Channel 12 video that relives the grand opening of the Sun Link system. go >

Tucson's Sun Link one more reason to GROW AMERICA

From the Federal Transportation Administration's Fast Lane Blog. go >

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Get Ready for the Ride

Get Ready for the Ride

New tips for Motorists, Cyclists and Pedestrians find out more ›

Featured Photos, Maps & Videos

  • Tucson streetcar 101 en route
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  • Arrival of Streetcar Vehicle 101
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  • Sun Link Vehicle Testing
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  • September 6, 2013 Operations and Maintenance Facility and Vehicle Dedication Event
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  • Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, Visits Sun Link
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  • Sun Link Tucson Streetcar 3D Simulation
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  • July 25, 2013 Final Weld Event
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  • New Signage along the Sun Link Tucson Streetcar Route
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  • Lithomosaic Installation at 4th Avenue at 7th Street
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  • Dignitaries Help Kickoff the Construction of the Sun Link System
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  • Constructing the Streetcar Line
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  • Sun Link Tucson Streetcar Vehicles in Production
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  • Public Art Installed on the Maintenance and Storage Facility
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  • Building the Luis Gutierrez Bridge
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  • Luis G. Gutierrez Bridge Construction
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  • October 11, 2012 Luis Gutierrez Bridge Walk to the Westside Event
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  • Crews welding the rail that will make up the tracks for the Modern Streetcar
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  • Crews Transporting Welded Rail
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  • Crew Installing Rail
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  • Streetcar Crews Installing Special Track and Curve Rail
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  • Installation of a streetcar stop
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  • Traction Power Substation (TPSS) Installation
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  • Warren Avenue Underpass Construction
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  • Production of Public Art for Streetcar Stops