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.
Video of AZ Daily Star Reporter, Tom Beal, on the inaugural run of the Sun Link Tucson Streetcar.
Watch a recent AZ Daily Star interview of State Senator Farley where he talks about possible streetcar expansions and more.
Old Pueblo Trolley and Drachman Institute invite you to view an interpretive photo exhibit of 117 years of Tucson streetcars. The exhibit can be viewed at University of Arizona Downtown Campus, 44 North Stone Avenue at Pennington Street.
On Friday, May 23, 2014, Sun Link's eighth and final vehicle arrived completing the streetcar fleet and bringing the system one step closer to launching.
Sun Link Streetcar is Tucson’s Link to the Future. .. There is nothing like it in Southern Arizona. And it further establishes the City of Tucson as the dynamic hub of business, retail, the arts, technology, education, and innovation in our region.
See the steps a streetcar vehicle takes to become safety certified and ready for passengers.