All Souls Procession to cause transportation changes downtown

All Souls Procession to cause transportation changes downtown

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Tucsonans can catch the Sun Link streetcar during its extended hours, while select Sun Tran buses will take detour routes on Sunday during the 25th annual All Souls Procession celebration downtown.

The streetcar will run through 11 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 9. City officials said there are more than 11,000 parking spaces along the streetcar line and parking is free at more than 1,200 metered street spaces after 5 p.m. from Friday through Sunday.

Each Sun Link passenger is required to have a valid SunGO Card or ticket with pass or value before boarding. Cash is not accepted. A one-day SunGO Ticket can be purchased for $4 at any one of the streetcar stops or at the Ronstadt Transit Center. One-time riders can purchase a SunGO Card at any sales outlet and load the cash value of $1.50. Children ages five and younger can ride free with a paying passenger. For more information, click here.

Sun Tran's Sunday service ends at 9 p.m. on select routes. Starting at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sun Tran Routes 3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 16, 19, 21 and 22 will be on detour throughout the evening to accommodate the event, according to a news release.

Many streets will be closed on Sunday for the procession. See the detours for motorists and list of working bus stops here: www.suntran.com.

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