Topics: TravelCenters of America

Trucking, Truckstops Keep Supply Chain Moving

Truck drivers delivering emergency relief amid the coronavirus pandemic face many challenges. But NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that travel plazas and truckstops remain open and continue to provide food.  More

Five Ways To Fight Human Trafficking in 2018

January marks National Human Trafficking Awareness month. As we reflect on goals for the year or renew commitments to existing resolutions, NATSO members are encouraged to keep in mind the critical role that they can play in helping to stop human trafficking along the nation’s Interstate Highways. More

Rep. Wagner Visits Missouri TravelCenters of America

TravelCenters of America and NATSO hosted Rep. Ann Wagner (R-Mo.) at TA’s Foristell, Mo., location April 19 as part of a congressional site visit designed to discuss issues of importance to the truckstop and travel plaza community. More

NATSO Facilitates Two Congressional Visits with Key Lawmakers

NATSO‘s government affairs team helped orchestrate two congressional visits in October, helping put truckstop and travel plaza members in direct contact with congressional leaders. More

Bill Moon Scholarship Winners Value Connection to the Industry

This year, nine hardworking students received scholarships from The NATSO Foundation. More

American Truck Historical Society Historic Route 66 Convoy

The American Truck Historical Society (ATHS) kicked off its first Historic Highway Convoy. More

TA Completes Installation of 100 DEF Dispensers

TravelCenters of America LLC announced it has completed the installation of bulk diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) dispensers at 100 of its TA and Petro Stopping Center branded locations. More

TA Announces Return of UltraChef One Million Point Recipe Challenge

Professional drivers can submit their favorite recipe to earn a shot at winning UltraONE rewards points and fame in TravelCenters of America's (TA) UltraChef One Million Point Recipe Challenge. More

Easy Payments Cardless Fueling Coming Soon to a Station Near You

Jenny Love Meyer, director of communications for Love’s, said RFID creates a competitive advantage for the chain. “We know that the drivers and the fuel managers prefer not to deal with cards. The possibility of eliminating cards is a big convenience for the customers and it reduces the chance for fuel thefts to occur,” Meyer said. More

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