December 14, 2017
Deal Watch Today

Hartford Travel Center set for spring debut

Rendering | Contributed
Rendering | Contributed
Sketch of Pride Convenience Inc.'s planned Hartford truck stop.

Construction continues on a refueling-rest stop along I-91 in Hartford's North Meadows, with opening now set for next spring, the owner says.

Robert "Bob" Bolduc, owner of Pride Convenience Inc., said Wednesday that the facility's size, amenities and staffing are unchanged for his Hartford Travel Center, located on 6 ˝ acres at the northeast corner of Jennings Road, on the northbound side of I-91.

"It's a big job,'' Bolduc said of the travel-center's development.

Originally, it was set to open July 4, 2016, later pushed back to late 2016.

Bolduc previously said it will house 16 fuel pumps; a travel-center building equipped with showers and lockers for motorists; and a food court featuring Subway, a café-bakery and the "91 Grill,'' offering burgers and fries.

French industrial-gas supplier Air Liquide will erect and operate the hydrogen depot on the travel center's premises.

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