Several truck stop locations are closed due to evacuations or damage caused by Hurricane Ida — here’s the latest information.
On Sunday afternoon, Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana as a powerful Category 4 hurricane with wind speeds of almost 150 m.p.h. More than 1 million people in Louisiana are without electricity as of Monday morning.
By Monday, Ida weakened into a tropical storm as it heads toward southwestern Mississippi, but major storm surges and flash flooding are expected in Louisiana, Mississippi, and parts of Alabama.
Several major truck stops have shut down stores due to Ida. See the list of closures below as of 9:15 a.m. on Monday.
Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores:
- Love’s 240 (Port Allen, Louisiana) is closed until further notice.
- Speedco 923 (Hammond, Louisiana) is closed until further notice.
- The Hardee’s restaurant at Love’s 243 (Iowa, Louisiana) is closed until further notice.
- The Chester’s restaurant at Love’s 523 (Duson, Louisiana) is closed until further notice.
Pilot Flying J
- #1164 Pilot, St. Rose, LA
- #82 Pilot, Laplace, LA
- #79 Pilot, Denham Springs, LA
- #274 Pilot, Breaux Bridge, LA
- #300 Pilot, Hammond, LA#676 Flying J, Gulfport, MS
The following location is now OPEN:
- #1105 Pilot, Bunkie, LA
Travel Centers of America
- TA Slidell, Louisana: Entire site lost power at 6:45 p.m. CT on Aug. 29. No ETA on restoration.Please visit TA Greenwood (I-20, Exit 5) or Petro Shreveport (I-20, Exit 8 at Industrial Loop).
- Petro Hammond, Louisana: Entire site lost power at 6:45 p.m. CT on Aug. 29. No ETA on restoration. Please visit TA Tallulah (I-20 & U.S. 65, Exit 171) or Mobile (I-10, Exit 4).