Food truck operators and Baltimore City Council members have reached a compromise after months of debating where and when the trucks can operate.
Council members voted Monday night to approve legislation to allow the trucks to operate in more locations.
It's a move that many food truck operators said has been a long time coming.
"Business has been going up and up and up. Hopefully it will continue. We work very hard -- all the food truck people work so hard," said Tom Looney, the co-owner of the Gypsy Queen food truck.