The West Coast has long been known for its great trucks.
And this year, it looks like we might be in for a new wave of western food trucks as new plans are being put in place to help offset the rising cost of diesel fuel.
Here are some of the big ideas.
The West’s Trucking Boom: Trucking is booming on the West Coast and it looks the same everywhere.
In fact, the number of truck trips on the East Coast has tripled in the past 10 years and the number on the South Coast has doubled.
And the number is projected to grow by another 50% over the next decade, according to an analysis by the Washington Post.
Trucking has always been a relatively new industry on the west coast, with trucks only appearing on the peninsula for about a decade or so.
But there’s an uptick in trucking activity right now, especially in areas with growing population centers like Long Beach and Seattle.
But trucking is also a growing business for cities.
With the influx of people and businesses on the Peninsula, there’s a lot of demand for a trucking service, especially if you’re looking to fill a warehouse.
In Seattle, a recent study by the city’s Office of Economic Development found that a truckers union has a 1.5% membership, and they’re planning on increasing membership in the future.
This is a trend that’s been going on for a few years now.
And with growing demand, many cities are looking to provide some help to boost the economy.
The Western Food Truck Program: The West has long had a thriving trucking industry, but it’s also been seeing some challenges in attracting the best talent.
Truckers tend to have more experience and are more likely to be from California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska, according a report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
To help offset these challenges, the West is developing a program called the Western Food Trucks Program.
This program is aimed at helping truckers and their families relocate from California to the West and help offset some of those costs.
To qualify for the program, you have to have a driver’s license in either of the following states: California, Hawaii, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon or Washington.
You also have to be at least 18 years old, have a bachelor’s degree in business or finance or be at an equivalent position in a service industry, according the Western Truckers Alliance.
You must have no more than three passengers on the same vehicle.
You can apply online and receive up to three months of $3,000 in funding from the Western Fuel Fund.
In addition, the program has been expanded to include other trucking companies.
And it’s set to go live this week.
The WFA Program: This is the program created by the California Public Utilities Commission to help truckers who have lost their business to competition from other companies.
The goal is to provide financial assistance to truckers, and the program will be available in the next two weeks.
Truck drivers who want to move to the state can apply and receive $3.5 million over four years.
The funds will be distributed to trucking company owners and drivers, as well as the West’s Food Truck Fund, which has been set up to help pay for the relocation costs.
The program is being run by the Western Gas and Electric Association, which also oversees the state’s electric grid.
The Alliance said the program is designed to help attract and retain high-paying trucking jobs in the West, which have seen unemployment rates in the region climb from 5.8% in 2009 to 15.9% in 2013.
The idea behind the WFA program is that the money will help truck owners and workers in their efforts to relocate.
“It’s a way for people who have experienced hardships and are experiencing unemployment to go to work and do something positive for the community,” said John Sallenger, executive director of the West Gas and Electricity Association.
And trucking has been able to offer help for decades, with companies offering cash to truck drivers and other drivers to help out.
The reason why this is happening now is because of the cost of fuel.
Truck companies have had to increase their operating costs in recent years because of an aging, aging fleet of trucks.
This year, they’re expected to see a $50 million cost increase to fuel the trucks.
“We’ve had to go up to our diesel prices,” said Mike Oster, president of the Trucking and Trucking Equipment Association, or TAA, which represents about 2,000 truckers in California.
“This is not something that’s going to be sustainable.
We’re going to see our operating costs go up in the short-term, but the long-term it’s going, I think, to be pretty beneficial to our industry.”
And the program was announced last year, with the support of the California Association of Manufacturers.
The Truckers Union