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Connect to Lodi through major highways, an inland deepwater port, commercial rail, and Amtrak

Ideally Located in Northern California

The City of Lodi is ideally situated between the Interstate 5 corridor and Hwy. 99, so it’s perfect for commuting, tourism, and businesses seeking to expand outward from hubs like Sacramento or the Bay Area. We’re also only 20 miles from the Port of Stockton, a major inland deepwater port, with waterways that reach the San Francisco Bay.

Delta Dock Port

Accessible transportation for your business


Interstate 5
Interstate 5

Lodi is strategically situated between two major highways, I-5 and Hwy 99. I-5 runs from Washington, through Oregon, and all the way to Southern California. This expressway is a vessel for inter-state commerce, traveling, and provides visibility for Lodi to millions of drivers and commuters each year.

Highway 99
Highway 99

Highway 99 runs from Northern California (Red Bluff) through Sacramento, then again from Sacramento through the San Joaquin Valley and cities like Fresno, Bakersfield, through Wheeler Ridge in Southern California. Sections of Hwy 99 connect and serve the agriculture industry of Central California.

Port of Stockton

Located in San Joaquin Valley, the Port of Stockton is situated near four major highways, two transcontinental railroads, an international waterway, and a regional airport. It offers warehouse storage and handling facilities for both dry and liquid bulk materials, as well as equipment to handle break-bulk and cargoes by land or sea. To learn more, click here.


The Amtrak train station and bus depot are located in the heart of Downtown Lodi. Amtrak offers Lodians round-trip commuter trains every weekday morning to Sacramento. There is also a weekend Amtrak ride available for family day trips to Old Sacramento or the Sacramento Zoo. To learn more, click here.

Grapeline Bus

The City of Lodi provides various public transit options to residents and visitors of the greater Lodi area. The Lodi GrapeLine currently services five regular weekday routes, three express weekday routes, and four weekend routes. The Lodi VineLine/Dial-A-Ride, a curb-to-curb transportation service, is also available to ADA-eligible individuals and the general public. For passengers wishing to travel beyond Lodi, easy connections may be made at the Lodi Transit Station to the Altamont Commuter Express (ACE), Amtrak, Greyhound, South County Transit (SCT) Link, or the San Joaquin Regional Transit District.

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San Joaquin RTD

The Regional Transit District of San Joaquin County provides transportation throughout the county, including through Tracy, Stockton, Lathrop, Manteca, and Lodi. For more information on routes and locations, click here.


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