Ride the Sun Link streetcar to UA's first home game - Tucson News Now

Ride the Sun Link streetcar to UA's first home game

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Looking for a ride to the the UA football game?  Don't forget about the Sun Link streetcar. 

Football fans can park, dine, and ride the streetcar to Arizona Stadium this Saturday, Sept. 2 as the Wildcats play the NAU Lumberjacks, the game starts at 8 p.m. 

There are 23 Sun Link streetcar stops along the 3.9 mile long route, Arizona Stadium is a short walk from the Second Street and Highland Avenue streetcar stop. 

Streetcar passengers are encouraged to plan ahead and purchase a SunGO Ticket, load a pass or cash value to a new or existing SunGO card, or download a ticket to the GoTucson Transit mobile app before game day.

A 1-Day SunGO Ticket to ride the streetcar can be purchased for $4 at any one of the streetcar stops or at the Ronstadt Transit Center. To pay-by-the-ride, fans can purchase a SunGO Card online, at any SunGO Sales Outlet, or on the GoTucson Transit app and load cash value to ride the streetcar. If paying with cash value on a SunGO Card, the cost per ride is $1.50. Cash is not accepted once on the streetcar, so each passenger is required to have a SunGO product or pass on the GO Tucson Transit mobile app.
 
Children five years of age and younger can ride Sun Link free with a paying passenger.
 
For trip planning assistance or additional information, call the Customer Service Center at (520) 792-9222 (for persons with hearing and speech impairments, call TDD: 520-628-1565). For transportation options provided by UA, call the UA Parking and Transportation office at 626-PARK.or visit www.arizonawildcats.com/parking

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