Truck Stop Chain Reports Ongoing Diesel Shortages at Numerous Southwest Locations

Gallup, NM — Travel Centers of America (TA) continues to experience diesel shortages at numerous locations in the Southwest.

According to a new update from the truck stop giant, four locations are currently capping diesel fuel purchases to only 60 gallons.




 

Below is a list of locations reporting shortages and the suggested alternate fueling locations provided by TA.

• TA Gallup, NM: Please use Petro Milan, I-40, Exit 79 as an alternate fueling location.
• TA Santa Rosa, NM: Please use TA Albuquerque, I-40, Exit 159A (east) or 159D (west), I-25 Exit 225 (north) or 227 (south), as an alternate fueling location.
• TA Moriarty, NM: Please use TA Albuquerque, I-40, Exit 159A (east) or 159D (west), I-25 Exit 225 (north) or 227 (south), as an alternate fueling location.
• TA Holbrook, AZ: Please use Petro Milan, NM, I-40, Exit 79, as an alternate fueling location.

Transportation Nation Network (TNN) first reported the shortages at TA last week, along with diesel outages at four Pilot/FlyingJ locations in the Columbus, OH, area.




 

A trusted source confirms the Pilot/Flying J outages have since been rectified and were attributed to problems at a refinery which led to the production of contaminated fuel.

TransportationNation.com will continue to monitor the situations closely.

 


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