News & Updates

“Motherload” Documentary Arizona Premiere at Film Fest Tucson October 12

September 10, 2019

Join proud hosts Film Fest Tucson and community partners Technicians For Sustainability, Brad Lancaster – Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond, Exo Roast Co., Transit Cycles, Roadrunner Bicycles, Living Streets Alliance and This Is Tucson for the Arizona premiere of the crowd-sourced cargo bike documentary, Motherload.


Activity Guide 2019

April 2, 2019

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National Poetry Month + Cyclovia Tucson

February 25, 2019

For the first time ever, Living Streets Alliance, the organization home to Cyclovia Tucson, is partnering with local literacy and poetry organizations, including the University of Arizona’s Poetry Center, Urban Poetry Pollinators, Tucson Poet Laureate TC Tolbert, Stories that Soar, Bookman’s, Tucson Youth Poetry Slam, and the Arts Foundation for Southern Arizona to co-celebrate National […]


Pioneer of the “open streets” movement headed to Tucson – don’t miss your chance to see him in person!

March 1, 2018

We’re delighted to announce that Gil Peñalosa, founder of the “open streets”/ciclovia movement is coming to Tucson. Join us (Living Streets Alliance) for a free, energetic, inspiring, and entertaining talk by Gil at the Rialto Theatre on Thursday, April 5th.   About Gil: Gil is the founder of the internationally recognized non-profit organization 8-80 Cities. […]


This Sunday, A Cyclovia Tucson Route Like No Other!

October 24, 2017

Tucson, AZ (October 24th, 2017) – Cyclovia Tucson is set to debut a new route this Sunday, October 29th from 10am to 3pm along 3.75 miles of Tucson’s South 12th Ave., stretching from 39th Street to Mission Manor Park, crossing major streets like Ajo Way, Irvington Road and Drexel Road. The event will pass through […]


Join a GABA ride to Cyclovia

October 3, 2017

Join GABA (Greater Arizona Bicycling Association) for an all levels, all bikes, all ages ride from St. Phillip’s Plaza at Campbell Ave. and East River Rd.! Leave your car behind and start hard and fast at St. Phillip’s Plaza or join the group ride ten miles later at the southeastern water fountain at Christopher Columbus Park […]