Arizona Daily Star

<p>Homebuilders have been removed from the language of a transportation funding bill that would have required developers to pay for new roads.</p>
May 13, 2008   Arizona Daily Star
<p>City officials in Tucson, Arizona, have called off plans to implement a citywide Wi-Fi system, opting instead to build access points only in those parts of the well-connected city where rates of access to the internet are low.</p>
Nov 13, 2007   Arizona Daily Star
<p>Civic leaders and city officials in Tucson recently traveled to Portland to get advice about how to improve their city while dealing with an expected population boom. The trip highlighted the big differences between the two cities.</p>
Aug 14, 2007   Arizona Daily Star
<p>The city of Tucson, Arizona, is considering charging impact fees on new developments to pay for public services, but many developers and business owners say the burden is too heavy.</p>
Apr 19, 2007   Arizona Daily Star
<p>The city of Tuscon, Arizona is considering adding new impact fees to cover the cost of municipal services, but the new fees might stymie growth and encourage sprawl.</p>
Apr 16, 2007   Arizona Daily Star
<p>The Mayor of Tempe, Arizona, is advocating widening Interstate 10 from Tempe to East Phoenix to 12 lanes in each direction.</p>
Feb 21, 2007   Arizona Daily Star
<p>While sales tax increases have proven popular, road tolls and other user fees are better methods to fund transportation improvements, says transportation expert Martin Wachs.</p>
Nov 7, 2006   Arizona Daily Star
The United States has gained 10 million acres of forest land since 1990.
Feb 28, 2005   Arizona Daily Star
A company in Las Cruces, N.M., is planning a computerized, drive-through supercenter in Tucson or Albuquerque by the end of the year.
Feb 20, 2005   Arizona Daily Star
The Tucson City Council will impose a fee to connect new homes to the water system to make new development to pay for excess capacity.
Jan 15, 2003   Arizona Daily Star
An editorial in the Arizona Daily Star argues that Arizona needs to make sacrifices if it is to avoid an "environmental hell."
Jan 13, 2003   Arizona Daily Star