| Comments Off on Introducing the #CorbettPorch, Tucson’s Complete Streets Demonstration Site
The #CorbettPorch is complete! First-of-its-kind in Tucson, this Complete Streets demonstration project at the intersection of N. 6th Ave. and E. 7th St. is the talk...
| Comments Off on Los Amigos Tech Academy “walk the walk” with hundreds of students each week
This Fall marks the fourth year of Safe Routes to School Tucson’s partnership with Los Amigos Tech Academy, and we couldn’t be more blown away by the...
| Comments Off on Congressman Raul Grijalva, Wilbur & Wilma Wildcat to Join Hundreds of Los Amigos Technology Academy Students on their Walk to School
Tucson, AZ (October 26, 2018) – On Monday, October 29th an estimated 200+ students from Los Amigos Technology Academy will join University of Arizona mascots, Wilbur and...
| Comments Off on Community Pre-enactment @ 6th & 7th
A Pre-Enactment is a chance to envision what we want. What’s happening? Living Streets Alliance, in partnership with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation, local...
| Comments Off on LSA’s Statement in Support of Proposition 407
The City of Tucson is asking voters to consider approving a General Obligation Bond question for capital improvements this November via Proposition 407. If approved, it...
| Comments Off on Join Team Tugo for El Tour de Tucson and support LSA!
The 36th Annual El Tour de Tucson takes place on Saturday, November 17th, the same day as Tugo’s 1 year anniversary! To celebrate Tugo Bike Share...
| Comments Off on Just released: Our 2018 Annual Report
We’re delighted to release our 2018 Annual Report. It’s been quite a year, with tremendous growth, momentum, and excitement. See for yourself here.
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| Comments Off on LSA Awarded AARP Community Challenge Grant
Tucson joins 128 other cities across the U.S. and just one other city in Arizona in receiving a grant from the 2018 AARP Community Challenge program...
| Comments Off on Complete Streets Community Dialogue workshops coming to a neighborhood near you
Most public processes requiring public “input” happen in the same way; there’s an open house or a workshop that happens once, and the burden is on...
| Comments Off on Finally, a chance to build some complete streets!
Last month, Tucson Mayor and City Council members voted to move forward with giving Tucson voters the opportunity to fund improvements for parks and for biking...
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