Topics: Rest Area Commercialization

ODOT Effort to Commercialize Rest Areas Rejected

Efforts by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to commercialize five non-interstate rest areas have failed to gain traction with ODOT receiving no bids from developers in response to its request for proposal, although two companies expressed interest in advertising and sponsorship opportunities along the state's interstate highways. More

ODOT Meetings on Commercial Rest Areas Generate Opposition

On June 28 ODOT held a sparsely attended meeting in Columbus for potential bidders on the rest area projects. More

Let Freedom Ring!

Rest area commercialization, tolling and excessive credit card fees are just some examples of obstacles that we as truckstop operators must overcome every day. More

IOWA Seeks Rest Area Sponsorships

Iowa DOT said it is seeking funds to help defray nearly $3.7 million in annual operation costs. More

Highway Bill Negotiations Stall

It appears that negotiations on the transportation reauthorization legislation are stalling. More

NATSO Opposes ODOT Plan to Commercialize Non-Interstate Rest Areas

NATSO last week urged the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to reconsider plans to commercialize non-interstate rest areas throughout the state. More

NATSO Pie Reception Featured in The Washington Scene

NATSO's annual Congressional Pie Reception featured in The Washington Scene. More

ODOT to Issue RFP to Commercialize Non-Interstate Rest Areas

Last week ODOT issued a request for information seeking input on an upcoming proposal to commercialize non-interstate rest areas across the state. More

NATSO Kicks Off Annual Day on the Hill

More than 50 NATSO members will make their annual pilgrimage to Washington, D.C for NATSO Day on Capitol Hill. More

House and Senate Begin to Conference Highway Bill

Committee of lawmakers conferencing the House and Senate versions of the highway transportation reauthorization met for the first time early last week. More

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