WALCOTT, IOWA – The world’s biggest truck stop is going to get considerably bigger, with a $10 million development design pushing ahead.
Iowa 80 Truckstop will add 23,000 square feet to its 100,000 square foot fundamental working in a three-stage process.
Stage one incorporates foundation moves up to seepage, transformers, and another fiber optic system. The second stretches out the working toward the west toward new gas islands, which were introduced a year ago. This will incorporate the sustenance court moving to this new range and will consolidate extra nourishment ideas to offer a sum of 10 eatery alternatives.
Additionally amid stage two, the accommodation store will be extended, a semi-tractor and antique trucks will be added to the principle section, and stock regions will be updated.
“The new entry is going to be really beautiful and welcoming,” said Delia Moon Meier, senior vice-president of Iowa 80 Truck stop.
The final phase will add a boulevard that leads drivers to the diesel islands, truck service center, Truck o mat truck wash, and parking areas, which will be reconfigured to pull-in, pull-out spaces for better organized traffic flow.
“We will have an extra wide roadway with curbs, lighting and signage,” said Meier. “There will even be a beautiful new arch welcoming drivers into the truck entrance. We really want this to have a Main Street USA feel.” The truck stop will remain open during construction with all services and amenities available. “We know drivers depend on us, so we will do whatever it takes to provide the products and services they need,” said Meier.
The expansion is expected to be complete by the end of 2018.