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Key Up New York Episode 3 - Featuring Zach Miller, the metro region operations manager for TANY

Episode 3 of Key Up New York, the official podcast of the Trucking Association of New York (TANY), is now available. In this podcast, host Kendra Hems, president of the association is joined by Zach Miller, the metro region operations manager for TANY to explore how many of the issues truckers experience in New York City have a ripple effect to bring about solutions for all areas throughout the state.

Going beyond just the association itself, this month’s podcast takes a more in-depth look into important concerns that affect truck drivers on a daily basis including changes to current legislation, access to facilities and parking, changes to loading zones, efficiency of trucking routes as well as congestion pricing.  As Hems mentions, “A lot of stuff happens in NYC that then spreads to the rest of the state.”

Learn more about how member participation is essential in bringing to light these critical areas of opportunity and also developing solutions to make the trucking industry more efficient. 

Listen or Download Episode 3 of Key Up New York Here

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About this weeks guest:

 Zach Miller is the Director of Metro Region Operations for the Trucking Association of New York (TANY). He previously served as the Metro Region Vice-Chair for TANY and represented the Metro-Region on the Board of Directors. He also served as the head of STTTREAM (the dedicated multi-media channel) and Business Development at, as well as the head of media at Green Island EV Co., and co-founded A recipient of TANY’s Outstanding Service Award, Zach completed his BBA in Business Administration from Hofstra University and is a proud graduate of the TANY Leadership program. A lifelong New Yorker, he is a long-suffering fan of the New York Mets and New York Jets.