Topics: truck drivers

Truckstops Proud to Serve Drivers, NATSO President and CEO Tells Public Radio

NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings said truckstops and travel plazas are open across the United States and feel a tremendous sense of pride and patriotism in serving the nation's drivers as they deliver critical supplies amid the pandemic. More

Essential Truckstop Employees Keep Drivers on the Road

Truckstops remain open for business and were included in the Department of Homeland Security's list of essential businesses. But some local jurisdictions are imposing restrictions on travel centers that impede their ability to support the nation’s truck drivers as they deliver emergency supplies. In an interview with the Denver Post, NATSO called attention to the need for local enforcement officials to enforce CDC social distancing guidelines without unnecessarily disrupting the efficient movement of essential supplies throughout the country. More

ATRI’s Driver Diaries Give Real-World Perspective to Truck Parking Concerns Members Only Join or Login

To tap into first-hand accounts of professional truck drivers and gain insight into their daily parking needs, the American Transportation Research Institute launched its Truck Parking Diary project in March 2016, document­ing the experiences of drivers as they find safe, available truck parking. More

New Management and New Ideas Flourish at All American Flying J Members Only Join or Login

For more than 50 years the All American Flying J Travel Plaza has been serving truck drivers and locals in Breezewood, Pennsylvania. Recently it has undergone many changes under the direction of new management. “Our primary business is real estate, building and selling, and we were originally contracted to sell it, but we ended up leasing it with the right to purchase,” said Bill Miller, chief operating officer. More

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