Planners must consider not just a rest area’s initial use, but regulations governing commercialization the of the right-of-way along the Interstate System. In addition, they should also anticipate long-term utilization over the next five, 10, 15, and more years with an eye toward developing and future technologies that may affect the project.
Ultimately, every building site is different, and rest area development plans should be built around each site’s unique characteristics. By following these ten tips, most transportation authorities can assure their rest areas will meet the needs of truck drivers and other travelers today, and well into the future.
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