Tucson Transportation

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  • 1. You need a car to get around

    If you're coming as a tourist: yes, you do need a car. The most popular sites in the city, such as the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Saguaro National Park, Sabino Canyon and Mount Lemmon are virtually...

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  • 2. Driving in Tucson

    Driving around Tucson I must admit that I didn't have a lot of problems with finding a parking lot for my car. Surely it's not so easy to find a free parking in a downtown (there are parkometers with...

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  • 3. Greyhound Connections

    Tucson's Greyhound station is located just off the Interstate and has no direct connectivity to the town. If you are arriving by Greyhound without any local...

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  • 4. SunTran Transit Services

    SunTran operates various bus routes throughout Tucson and its immediate surrounds.This includes a selection of routes that run out to Tohono Tadai Transit...

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  • 5. Tucson International Airport

    My family arrived at Tucson International Airport from Houston on our outbound journey from the East coast. Tucson is my home airport and even though I have...

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  • 6. UA Parking

    Several key restrictions may alter your experience parking on campus:- DO NOT PARK IN A DISABLED SPOT AT ANY TIME without a valid placard or license plate. The...

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  • 7. A Bike Tour of Tucson

    Start: Himmel Park near Speedway Blvd at Tucson Blvd. Park on Treat or on 1st near Treat.- Treat Avenue south to 3rd Street- Right on 3rd Street through the Sam...

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  • 8. what's a bike lane?

    Low humidity, a fairly flat landscape, a somewhat centralized population and a large university have made Tucson a good place to ride a bike around. The city...

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  • 9. Delta

    I flew Delta in 2008 and 2009. Manchester (UK) via Atlanta to TucsonFirst time absolutely no problems. I was able to select exit row seating on both trans...

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  • 10. American Airlines

    From the UK it's a long flight however you do it so consider spending a little more if it means you get a little more comfort.We selected American Airlines...

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  • 11. Tucson International Airport

    I have flown into Tucson International Airport numerous times over the past few years, many times with my destination being Tucson, other times, I was heading...

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  • 12. Suntran

    The Suntran is Tucsons major bus line. It is a convenient way to get around town as there are several routes. The only trouble is that they dont go to any of...

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  • 13. Tucson Airport

    This is the quietest International airport I've ever been in. Tucson is served by 11 airlines with about 65 departures daily. The airport is south of the city...

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  • 14. America West Airlines

    For the trip to Tucson I flew on America West Airlines. The trip was a good one from LAX to Phoenix to Tucson. America West has their own little area in the...

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  • 15. The Old Pueblo Trolley

    Running on trackage recovered from Tucson's original railway, the trolley is a great way to get around 4th Avenue and its surroundings. The trolley passes a...

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  • 16. My two questions for you!

    As I already said Tucson is located by one of the main USA highways: trascontinental Interstate 10 freeway (I-10) which goes from Jacksonville at the Atlantic...

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  • 17. 2430 miles from New York City :-)

    Tucson is located only 2430 miles (3910 km) southwest of New York City :-) Where is it? OK, wear good glasses and enlarge my picture first, please!Look where...

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  • 18. To Tucson by bus

    You can get to Tucson by Greyhound Intercity bus - connections with major cities in Arizona, California and New Mexico.MORE: Greyhound

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  • 19. To Tucson by train

    You can get to Tucson by train (Amtrak) or more exactly by Texas Eagle Train: Orlando, Florida - Los Angeles, California or Chicago, Illinois - Los Angeles,...

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  • 20. To Tucson by air

    To get to Tucson except driving a car you can choose a lot of possibilities including by a plane to Tucson International Airport (TIA): direct nonstop flights...

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  • 21. We went by Auto in 1992

    YOU can fly in from anywhere. I did from Canada through Toronto , Chicago and direct to Tucsonnon my first trip.I drove on another occasion 2500 miles one way...

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  • 22. Tucson Airport

    The arrival area in the Tucson International Airport has been redesigned. I found it easy to use and convenient. We did not have to walk far after my friend's...

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