Pilot’s plans to bring a truck stop to Arlington meets turbulence

Company wants to build 9,520-square-foot truck stop east of the I-5 Island Crossing exit.

Pilot, the nation’s largest chain of interstate truck stops and travel centers, wants to build a travel complex in Arlington that would include Arby’s, PJ Fresh, Cinnabon and more. (Contributed artist rendering)

Pilot, the nation’s largest chain of interstate truck stops and travel centers, wants to build a travel complex in Arlington that would include Arby’s, PJ Fresh, Cinnabon and more. (Contributed artist rendering)

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