Pima Association of Governments’ Long-Range Regional Transit Plan was developed to guide informed decisions that can enhance the public’s ability to get around our region using public transportation. The plan focuses on a “frequency first” approach, consistent with PAG’s 2015 … Read more
Working together through collaborative leadership and planning is the essence of Pima Association of Governments’ work over the years. PAG’s Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023 Overall Work Program, approved by the PAG Regional Council on Aug. 5, continues that practice. … Read more
Reducing the region’s greenhouse gas emissions to contribute to national goals will require an ongoing movement toward the use of alternatively fueled vehicles and the infrastructure that supports them. That’s a conclusion we can draw from a greenhouse gas emissions … Read more
Pima Association of Governments (PAG), the federally designated metropolitan planning organization for the greater Tucson region, is hosting two virtual open houses for public review of the draft Transportation Improvement Program, or TIP, for fiscal years 2022-2026. The TIP schedules … Read more
PAG is a federally required and state-designated metropolitan planning organization (MPO). This means it represents the government agencies in the region to secure federal funding for transportation improvements through long-range planning activities and short-range transportation improvement programming. PAG is also federally required to conduct regional air quality, water quality and solid waste planning.