Goods Movement

San Joaquin County has a broad network of corridors for goods movement. This network currently has over 7,000 lane miles and includes well-traveled highways such as State Route 99,Interstate 5 (I-5), State Route 132, Interstate 580 (I-580), Interstate 205 (I-205), State Route 120, State Route 4, and State Route 12. The movement of goods and the linkage of San Joaquin County to major destinations is imperative to our region. Our highway interconnections positions San Joaquin County as a cost-effective location for large companies interested in operating west coast distribution centers.

Image of Stockton WaterfrontAnother means of our goods movement is the Port of Stockton, where global movement occurs. In 2015 the Port handled 3.87 million metric tons of cargo with over 25 different commodities (Port of Stockton Annual Report, 2015)
 






See and interact with the 2015 Port of Stockton Annual Report below (hover over graphs for more information):