Governance

Proper corporate governance is important to TravelCenters of America Inc. We have a seven member Board of Trustees, of which five are Independent Trustees. There are three standing Committees of the Board: an Audit Committee, a Compensation Committee and a Nominating and Governance Committee. Our three standing Board Committees are comprised solely of Independent Trustees. The Board’s Audit Committee currently has a qualified Audit Committee "financial expert" as defined by SEC rules.

 

Corporate Governance Documents

 

The Board has also adopted Governance Guidelines and Committee Charters for each of its three standing Board Committees.

All of TravelCenters of America’s Trustees, officers and personnel are subject to a Code of Business Conduct and Ethics.

We also have a Business Partners’ Code of Conduct, an Employee Health and Wellness Policy, a Human Rights Policy and a Philanthropy Policy.

We also have Insider Trading Policies & Procedures

If you wish to report your customer experience at one of our locations, click on this "Report Customer Experience" link.

If you wish to report a complaint or concern regarding (i) Human Resources, (ii) Auditing, Accounting and Financial Reporting or (iii) the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, click on this "Report Human Resources, Auditing, Accounting and Financial Reporting or Code of Business Conduct and Ethics Complaints or Concerns" link.

If you wish to communicate with our Directors, individually or as a group, write to the party for whom the communication is intended, c/o Secretary, TravelCenters of America Inc., Two Newton Place, 255 Washington Street, Suite 300, Newton, Massachusetts 02458 or email secretary@ta-petro.com.

 

Committee Charters


The Board of Directors approved administrative updates to the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics on December 13, 2021.