Tag: pilot project

Montreal, CAN: A Long Summer Ahead for Some Montreal Food Trucks

hen the City of Montreal ended an almost half-century ban on food trucks, the buzz it created was palpable; finally, one could walk outdoors and buy a bagel or even steak tartar from a vehicle.

Honolulu, HI: Food Truck Vendors to Speak Out About City Permit

Food truck vendors are preparing for a public meeting Thursday evening

Montreal, CAN: Montreal Food Truck Vendors Upset Over Rejected Permit Applications

Some vendors spent several thousand dollars sprucing up their trucks, but didn’t make the cut this year

Calgary, CAN: City Debates Future of Calgary’s Food Trucks

A city committee has recommended another year of study on the pilot project, before it finalizes rules to govern the mobile restaurants.

Lexington, KY: Council Approves Food Trucks Pilot Project

he Urban County Council has unanimously approved a six-month pilot project allowing food trucks to set up in public street parking spaces.

Montreal, CAN: Truck Stops Deliver Delicious Food – But Be Prepared To Wait

The first official day of summer is always highly anticipated in Montreal. But the day before that, June 20, eclipsed it with the official opening of food truck season. It was hard to imagine more perfect weather for the launch of a pilot project that will see 27 food trucks rotating among nine designated spots in the city core through the end of September.

Lexington, KY: Lexington Parking Authority Expected to Enact New Regulations for Food Trucks

The regulation changes stem from the Parking Authority's efforts to clarify its role in regulating food trucks that park in metered parking zones. For the past two weeks, the Parking Authority has been researching data on the occupancy rate of downtown parking spaces. That process delayed the Urban County Council's final reading on a proposed six-month pilot project for food trucks on downtown streets.

Newmarket, CAN: Gourmet street food on way to Newmarket

Newmarket seeks two interested vendors to participate in a one-year pilot project that brings gourmet food trucks to town. The call for interested trucks has just gone out and town staff is finalizing the town properties on which the trucks will be able to operate, such as Riverwalk Commons, according to community services commissioner Ian McDougall.

Calgary, CAN: Food Truck Review Could Bring More Street Eats to Calgary

The food truck pilot project is drawing to a close after beginning in August 2011, and city officials have drafted a bylaw that would allow more trucks to launch as soon as August of this year.

Calgary, CAN: Food Trucks Get Reserved Parking at City Hall

This location was ideally suited to have food truck activity, daily. So, we’ve initiated a pilot project and we’ll continue the pilot at this location.