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The 20-year, $2.1 billion Regional Transportation Authority plan was approved by Pima County voters on May 16, 2006, and is effective through June 30, 2026. To date, the RTA has invested more than $1 billion in transportation improvements across the region. More than 800 transportation improvements have been completed to date.

FY 2016-17 Annual Report


The full FY 2016-17 RTA Annual Report is now available online. The FY 2016-17 RTA Audit and project maps also are available. To view, please click here.

Traffic Info

The TransView website provides current information on roadway construction project activity and traffic incidents, along with other useful commuter information for people traveling in our region.

RTA Events

The Regional Transportation Authority, the Town of Oro Valley and Pima County will host a groundbreaking ceremony for La Cholla Boulevard, from Overton to Tangerine, at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the southwest corner of La Cholla Blvd. and Naranja Drive in Oro Valley. The Phase II improvement project is among the 35 roadway projects approved by voters in the RTA's 20-year plan.

The RTA Funding Solution

Public Participation

For public participation information and updates, please click here.



Broadway Project

The Tucson City Council approved an intergovernmental agreement in April 2016 with the RTA to move forward on 30% Design Plans for the Broadway Blvd., Euclid to Country Club, improvement project. This RTA project is managed by the City of Tucson and will widen Broadway to six lanes from Euclid to Country Club, with bike lanes and sidewalks and bus pullouts. Please see the fact sheet below for a detailed history of the project.

RTA Funding

Projects of the $2.1 billion Regional Transportation Authority plan are funded by a half-cent transaction privilege tax (also known as a sales tax), which was approved by Pima County voters in May 2006. Currently, the tax will continue through June 30, 2026. The 20-year plan (FY 2007-26)  includes road, transit, safety, and environmental and economic vitality projects.

The Regional Transportation Authority is managed by Pima Association of Governments. For more information about PAG, please click here.

RTA Projects


The RTA has delivered more than 800 improvements and services* including:

  • 63 pedestrian crossings
  • 115 bus pullouts
  • 173 intersections
  • 159 miles of sidewalks
  • 270 miles of bike lanes

*Through Feb. 28, 2018

RTA project websites are maintained by the implementing jurisdictions. To learn more about individual RTA roadway projects, please click here. 


Valencia Road, Wilmot Road to Kolb Road,  Improvement Project

For information about the Valencia, Wilmot to Kolb project, including the Valencia-Kolb intersection improvement project, please click here.


For more information about how the RTA project implementation process works, please click on image above or here.


11/13/2018 11:00 AM PAG/RTA Transit Working Group

RTA Funded Transit

Transit services are a key element of the 20-year Regional Transportation Authority plan. Mass transit services funded by the RTA include the Sun Link streetcar, Sun Shuttle neighborhood transit and Sun Shuttle dial-a-ride services, plus funding for expanded Sun Tran services.

Click here to find which transit service works best for you and to learn more about seamless transit services in the region.



Stay informed

To sign up for RTA notices or to request an RTA presentation, please click here.


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