Broadway Boulevard Project

This project is a Regional Transportation Authority Plan  roadway improvement managed by the City of Tucson that will widen Broadway: Euclid to Country Club to a 6-lane arterial, with bike lanes, sidewalks, and landscape.  Construction is not anticipated until 2017-2018. 

Broadway Design News

***NEW***  On Thursday, March 26, 2015, the Broadway Citizens Task Force came to a unanimous consensus decision to support a 6-Lane Including Transit Alignment.  They support presenting their recommended alignment at a public Open House on April 23, and taking it and their design recommendations to the Mayor and Council for consideration and adoption in May.

The CTF-recommended 6-Lanes Including Transit Alignment supported by the Task Force will be a hybrid of the two maps presented at their meeting:

"Starting Small" drawings by Broadway Project Team at request of CTF:  
West Mile    East Mile
Gene Caywood's drawings submitted at request of Broadway Coalition: 
West Mile    East Mile

Public Meetings

The next Broadway meetings will be:

***Public Open House***
Thursday, April 23, 2015

(time to be determined)
Sabbar Shrine Hall, 450 S. Tucson Blvd.


Citizens Task Force Meeting
Thursday, April 30, 2015

(location and time to be determined)

For more CTF meeting information and materials, click here.

View the Broadway Citizens Task Force's page on the City Clerk's web site.  To view materials from past meetings, check the Citizens Task Force page.  To receive email updates, please email to subscribe your email address.


Previous News

On February 20, 2015, the City of Tucson is releasing a staff-recommended 6-Lane Including Transit Refined Alignment Map and report documenting refinements made to the map since October 23, 2014 - the date that the last Broadway Citizens Task Force (CTF) meeting was held.

The Broadway CTF began review of this refined map and related report at their meeting on March 19, 2015, and will meet again on March 26, 2015 to continue the discussion.  They are asked to support moving the alignment forward to a public informational Open House (April, 2015) and then to Mayor and Council for adoption (May, 2015).  Adoption of the alignment must occur before the acquisition process can be funded and related activities started.

The project has, and will continue, to receive comments via the email address, comment cards, or phone calls.

Staff-Recommended 6-Lane Including Transit Refined Alignment Map  
Full-length plot map - West Mile    East Mile    

11x17 printable version - Clean     With color-coding

Staff-Recommended 6-Lane Including Transit Refined Alignment Report   
PART 1 (dated Feb. 20, 2015)
PART 2 (dated Mar. 13, 2015)

On December 11, 2014, the Regional Transportation Authority Board approved $1.5 million in funding for the City of Tucson to proceed with the roadway corridor design to widen Broadway Boulevard, from Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road, from four travel lanes to six lanes, with bus pullouts, bike lanes and sidewalks.   (Click here for the full press release)   The RTA Board's approval upholds the October 9, 2014 vote by the Mayor and Council to move the 6-Lane Including Transit Alignment into further design and approving $1M of City project funding to support it.  (Click here for the press release).

The Broadway Citizens Task Force's alignment recommendation is reflected in a Majority and Minority Report.  Ten (10) of thirteen (13) Citizens Task Force members supported a 6-Lane Including Transit Alignment.  Additionally, the members support improving transit in the design work still to be completed and developing recommendations to the Mayor and Council regarding issues highlighted through the design process (such as parking and more).

Citizens Task Force Alignment Recommendations Majority and Minority Reports

6-Lane Including Transit General Alignment Map

6-Lane Including Transit General Alignment Map (with Aerial)


Area Business and Property Owners


As you work to figure out what options are available to you with respect to the potential implications of the roadway design to your properties and business, please review the videos and materials from recent meetings with property and business owners to learn about contacts, tools, and resources available to you.  Click here to view.