LSA in the Media

Cyclovia Tucson is Set for Sunday, March 29th

March 10, 2020

**SEE BELOW for event update on COVID-19** Living Streets Alliance is pleased to announce the return of Cyclovia Tucson, presented by Banner—University Medicine, on Sunday, March 29th from 9:00am to 3:00pm. During the event, approximately 4.5 miles of Tucson and City of South Tucson streets will become temporarily transformed into car-free, linear parks connecting people … Continue reading

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The Return of Cyclovia en La Doce a Wild Success!

October 29, 2019

Whipping winds and slightly warmer than usual temperatures didn’t stop tens of thousands of people from turning out onto S. 12th Avenue from 9am to 3pm last Sunday for Cyclovia’s second trip down La Doce. If you were there, you know the Avenue was packed with more activities than the previous year, celebrating new businesses … Continue reading

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44K Attend Spring Cyclovia Tucson

May 3, 2019

If you were there, you know the April 7th Cyclovia Tucson was the biggest and BEST event yet. Dozens of new and plenty of returning activity partners put on quite a show along the route, dazzling the record-setting crowd of 44,000 people with what felt like activities galore along every block. We wish to thank … Continue reading

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LSA Awarded AARP Community Challenge Grant

July 24, 2018

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 to fund “quick action” projects, helping to make immediate improvements and jumpstart long-term progress to support residents of all ages. LSA and the City of Tucson Department of Transportation … Continue reading

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Tucson ranks among Top 5 Cities for Bikes, according to new city ratings system

May 3, 2018

Last night in Indianapolis, IN at the second annual Places for Bikes Conference organized by People for Bikes, a new, data-driven city rating system was unveiled. While there are plenty of “Best of” lists that rank cities according to all kinds of factors (recreational riding, mountain biking, bicycle commuting rates), this new city rating system … Continue reading

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City of Tucson adopts Bicycle Boulevard Master Plan

March 2, 2017

On February 22, the Mayor and City Council voted unanimously to adopt the Bicycle Boulevard Master Plan, committing Tucson to a bold vision of connecting hundreds of miles of high-quality, low-stress bike routes on residential streets all across town. After more than 8 years in the making, this is a tremendous accomplishment and a step … Continue reading

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Tucson Continues to Earn Top Ranks in the #EverydayBiking Challenge

June 3, 2015

Back in April the good folks at the Green Lane Project and People for Bikes announced the #EverydayBiking Challenge, a definitive, highly scientific, rigorously applied methodology to determine just which city in the U.S. is best for the everyday, casual cyclist. The idea is simple: choose a theme, choose a location, and count the number … Continue reading

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Cyclist safety continues to be major concern surrounding streetcar tracks

July 8, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Arizona Daily Wildcat on July 08, 2014. The City of Tucson, LSA and the UA Parking and Transportation Services seem to have united around one common goal: to create a plan that streetcar riders, drivers and cyclists can all benefit from. Click here to read the full story.

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LSA streetcar crash report yields interesting results

June 6, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Tucson Velo on June 06, 2014. After almost 18 months and 86 streetcar crash reports, Living Street Alliance released the data they collected using their crash reporting tool. Click here to read the full story.

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Tucson City News in Review – June 2014

June 6, 2014

LSA was mentioned by City of Tucson News in Review on June 06, 2014. Click here to watch the video.

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