9 | 22
2016

Downtown Links Fall 2016 Fact Sheet

8 | 26
2016

The City of Tucson has issued the below Traffic Release regarding utility relocation work which is being done in preparation of the upcoming Downtown Links project.

Church Avenue at Sixth Street will close for about 30 days starting next Monday, Aug. 29, to allow crews from Tucson Electric Power Co. and its contractor to remove underground power lines and pull boxes in preparation for the Downtown Links Phase III – Church Avenue to Broadway project that’s scheduled to begin early next year. The project to link Barraza-Aviation Parkway and Interstate 10 includes improved access and connections for motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists. It also will provide new and safer underpasses, overpasses and railroad crossings, drainage improvements, multi-use paths, improved sidewalks and bike lanes, and public art.

For more information, call the Downtown Links Information Line at (520) 622-9000. Downtown Links is funded by the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), the City of Tucson, and Pima County.

Downtown Links Phase III TEP Church Closure

 

From Tucson Department of Transportation (includes map): http://bit.ly/2bUKu4V

RTA: http://bit.ly/1g4EsIG

 

6 | 1
2016

We are approaching the completion of design for the final phase of the Downtown Links project and we are excited to report the progress we have made over the last 12 months. Below are updates on project information, design and public art.

Downtown Links CAC Project Update – May 2016

Barraza Parkway / Broadway Intersection Design – May 2016

Downtown Links Artwork Update – May 2016

1 | 2
2016

The wheel is 16-feet in diameter and made of recycled tires donated from shops around Tucson. It will be installed along Downtown Links, north of downtown. Click here to read more.

10 | 30
2015

Inside the cab on a Union Pacific locomotive passing through downtown Tucson during a crossing safety enforcement event with Tucson Police.

Click here to watch the video.