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Sun Tran
Sun Tran, Tucson’s award winning public transportation system, connects people with live, work, and play destinations across the region. With over 20 million passenger trips served per year, if you need to travel in Tucson, Sun Tran can take you there.

Sun Shuttle
Sun Shuttle provides neighborhood transit service in Marana, Oro Valley, Catalina, Sahuarita, Green Valley, San Xavier and Tucson Estates, provided with funding by the Regional Transportation Authority.

As part of the regional seamless transit system, Sun Shuttle can take you around your own community, or connect you to Sun Tran services, giving you access to the entire Tucson metropolitan area.

Sun Van
Sun Van, Tucson’s paratransit agency since 1987, provides transportation service to those individuals unable to use Sun Tran’s fixed route service due to their disability. 

An increasing number of individuals ride Sun Van, with more than 400,000 passenger trips provided each year. Sun Van is available to individuals with disabilities with a current ADA Eligibility Card issued by the City of Tucson.

RTA Special Needs Transit
RTA Special Needs Transit provides door-to-door paratransit service to persons with disabilities living outside the Tucson city limits or City of Tucson residents needing to reach destinations outside the city limits.

RTA Special Needs Transit service is provided by Handicar, a private company holding the service contract with the RTA.

Pima Association of Government
Pima Association of Governments is a nonprofit metropolitan planning organization that coordinates Transportation Planning and Environmental Planning with all the local jurisdictions in Pima County, and with the Pascua Yaqui Tribe and Tohono O’odham Nation.

Regional Transportation Authority
The Regional Transportation Authority is a government entity that manages the $2.1 billion, 20-year RTA plan, which was approved by Pima County voters on May 16, 2006.

The RTA plan as outlined in the 2006 ballot includes roadway, safety, transit, and environmental and economic vitality elements.

Contact information: (520)792-1093 Copyright Pima Association of Governments. This Web site is intended for informational purposes only. PAG and the transportation providers listed on the Web site do not claim responsibility for errors or omissions in the information provided.