Mobility

We all want to move around freely and easily, whether it's by vehicle, bicycle or on foot. Pima Association of Governments is working to ensure you can do that on a regional and seamless transportation system that is reliable, efficient and safe.

Sun Rideshare

When more people choose to carpool or vanpool, fewer vehicles are on the road. This helps reduce both traffic congestion and air pollution. Sun Rideshare is a commuter assistance program offered by PAG that helps people find carpool and vanpool partners. Anyone in the greater Tucson region can sign up for Sun Rideshare, which offers an online database where people can sign up if they are interested in seeking carpool or vanpool partners to save…

Regional Mobility and Accessibility Plan (RMAP)

As the region’s metropolitan planning organization, Pima Association of Governments develops a long-range, performance-based transportation plan that promotes a safe and efficient transportation system to meet the mobility needs of people and freight across the Tucson metropolitan area. Plan development considerations include accessible pedestrian walkways, bicycle transportation facilities, intermodal facilities, buses, bus facilities and commuter vanpool providers. Plan projects and programs should foster economic growth and development opportunities, consider resiliency needs and minimize transportation-related fuel…

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Pima Association of Governments updates a program of transportation improvements for eastern Pima County every two years. The five-year program is developed in cooperation with the Arizona Department of Transportation and public transit providers, including Sun Tran, and must be compatible with the state‚Äôs transportation improvement program. Any new or amended transportation improvement program (TIP) must meet air quality conformity since the greater Tucson region is a maintenance area for transportation-related pollutants. The TIP is…

Bicycle and Pedestrian Mobility

The greater Tucson area offers a climate that encourages cycling and walking, both healthy alternatives to driving and ideal to connect people to public transit options. Through its planning efforts, Pima Association of Governments seeks to improve cycling and walking conditions for all users in our region with the construction of sidewalks, bikeways, off-street paths and safety improvements to roadways. Regional Pedestrian Plan PAG has developed a Regional Pedestrian Plan in order to respond to…

Transit Plans and Services

The availability of transit services is essential to the greater Tucson region’s quality of life. Pima Association of Governments conducts regional transit planning and coordinates with several state and federal funding programs for public transit to ensure transit services are available across the region. PAG works with local jurisdictions, the Arizona Department of Transportation, the Federal Transit Administration and many private, nonprofit agencies to plan for a regional network of transit services. Long-range transit planning…

Regional Freight Plan

The greater Tucson region’s economic vitality and competitiveness depends on how easily freight can move in, out and through the region. Whether by truck, rail or air, we want to ensure our transportation system supports the efficient and safe movement of goods. Understanding the importance of freight to the region, PAG developed a regional freight plan that identifies the region’s primary freight modes; system needs and deficiencies; strategies to improve freight mobility, and strategies to…