Three of the top five trucking industry concerns relate to drivers’ ability to easily and quickly find safe parking, according to an annual survey conducted by the American Transportation Research Institute. ATRI’s Top Industry Issues Survey identified the electronic logging device mandate, limits on hours of service and available truck parking as key issues reducing [...]
Iowa's truck parking information management system is slated to be fully operational by Jan. 4, 2019. For the full article by the National Safety Council click here.
Radio station KMA describes the need for the regional Truck Parking Information Management System based on traffic along Iowa's I-80 corridor. Click here for the full article.
Land Line Magazine speaks to the regional Truck Parking Information Management System and project progress within the state of Kansas in their December 19 article found here.
FleetOwner covers advancements in Iowa to deliver real-time truck parking availability to drivers along I-80 in its latest article.
Radio station KSCB reports on TPIMS project progress in the state of Kansas in this December 18th coverage.
The Iowa Department of Transportation highlights its participation in the regional Truck Parking Information Management System in a recent news release found here.
October 30. 2017 | Real Time Truck Parking Availability Signs Along I-70 on List of Approved September Lettings
The Kansas Department of Transportation discusses the latest in the state's progress toward a fully functional TPIMS system in its recent blog post found here.
The Regional Truck Parking Information System (TPIMS), the largest project of its kind to ever be funded by a U.S. TIGER grant, will be showcased during a November 1st presentation at the ITS World Congress in Montreal, Canada. The presentation will highlight how member states of the Mid America Association of State Transportation Officials joined [...]
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) awarded the MAASTO Regional Truck Parking Information Management System (TPIMS) team an additional $6.2 million in funding over its original $25 million grant. TPIMS project manager, Davonna Moore, stressed that this extra funding is an acknowledgement by the federal government that truck parking is an important issue that needs addressing. [...]