Workspace provider Regus has opened its first business lounge in a Moto motorway service station.
The Regus Express hub is located at Leigh Delamere services on the westbound carriageway of the M4 between Swindon and Bristol.
The lounge features private workstations called "Think Pods", wifi and meeting rooms.
The new lounge is the first to open as part of a partnership between Regus and Moto, the UK's largest motorway service area provider.
Regus began operating facilities at service stations in the UK last year as part of a deal with the Extra Motorway Service Area Group.
Regus UK’s chief executive officer John Spencer said: “The last decade has seen a revolution in workplace attitudes and habits, creating millions of mobile and nomadic workers who aren't confined to the traditional office anymore.
“Providing them with business services on the go, from wifi to workstations to printing facilities, is an exciting and largely untapped opportunity for transport operators.”
Regus Express at Leigh Delamere can be accessed with a Regus Businessworld card, at a cost of £35 per month, or with a Mobile Worker package available in Staples stores. This is the same arrangement in place at Regus’ 220 UK business centres,
Regus opened another business hub on the M4 at Membury’s Welcome Break services near Swindon in May.
Earlier this year, the company also launched a trial of 70 workhubs located in Shell service stations around Berlin.