Accessible Tucson

In Tucson, your independence to explore the city as a person with disabilities demonstrates our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our unique Sonoran Desert landscapes and Sky Island mountains are accessible by travelers of all abilities. Experience how culture connects with the environment by way of our museums, parks, trails, restaurants, and more.

Explore Some of Tucson's Most Accessible Places

Check out one of these five accessible attractions for a welcoming and inclusive experience.

Getting Around

Air Service

Tucson International Airport (TUS) strives to make travel as convenient as possible to all travelers and offers a variety of accessibility features and assistance. Information is available at https://www.flytucson.com/accessibility/.

 

Amtrak Passenger Rail

The Amtrak station in Tucson’s Historic Train Depot is served by the Sunset Limited and Texas Eagle trains. Visit https://www.amtrak.com/stations/tus for accessibility information specific to the Tucson station or https://www.amtrak.com/planning-booking/accessible-travel-services.html for Amtrak’s accessible travel services. 

 

Sun Tran & Sun Link Streetcar

Tucson public transportation provides accessible travel for everyone. The Sun Tran bus system serves metro Tucson, while the Sun Link Streetcar connects a four-mile stretch from The University of Arizona, Historic 4th Avenue, Downtown, and the Mercado District.  Accessibility information is available at https://www.suntran.com/how-to-ride/mobility-paratransit/

Note: Sun Tran, Sun Link, Sun Van, Sun On Demand, Sun Express and Sun Shuttle rides continue to remain fare-free at the direction of the Mayor and Council.

 

Accessible Tucson Map

 

 

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