Topics: Rest Area Commercialization

Colorado House Passes Bill to Prohibit Fuel Sales on Public Land

The Colorado General Assembly last week passed legislation that prohibits fuel sales on public land. More

California Rest Area Commercialization Bill Defeated

California Assemblyman Ben Hueso’s bill to commercialize the state's rest areas and pursue a waiver to the federal prohibition on the sale of commercial services on the interstate right-of-way failed last week in committee, marking a major victory for California’s fuel retailers. More

States Pursue Rest Area Commercialization

Three states could consider rest area commercialization More

NATSO, CIOMA Voice Opposition to California Bill Seeking Commercial Rest Areas

NATSO sharply criticizes California Assemblyman Ben Hueso's measure. More

Minnesota Bill Seeks to Make Wireless Internet Available at Rest Areas

If enacted, SF2054 would authorize the state commissioner of transportation to utilize private funding from public private partnerships and sponsorships to pay for the service. More

HMSHost Files Lawsuit to Block Rest Area Redevelopment Contract

Circuit judge blocks the award of a $56 million contract to Miami-based Areas USA to redevelop travel plazas on Interstate 95 in Maryland. More

Ohio DOT Announces Plans to Modernize Rest Areas

ODOT last week announced plans to modernize East and Westbound rest areas along U.S. 33 in Meigs County. More

HMSHost Challenges Maryland Rest Area Contract

HMSHost files a protest with the Maryland Transportation Authority. More

Colorado Lawmakers Seek to Ban Fuel Retailing by State Government

Colorado Republican State Rep. Robert Ramirez and State Senator Ellen Roberts (R) have co-sponsored a bill in the Colorado General Assembly that would prohibit the state or any state agency from operating a truck stop, fueling station or convenience store on or near public land, including state highways, toll roads or any other infrastructure supported by state revenues. More

Urgent Call to Action: Tell Your Senator to Vote NO on Sen. Portman's Amendment 1742

It is imperative that you act now and call or email your senators to request that they oppose Amendment 1742 to S. 1813. More

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