Transportation

Deepwater port in the San Francisco Bay Area, I-680 and I-780, and rail-served industrial park. 


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Distance to Markets
City Distance in Miles / Direction Drive Time
Berkeley 26.6 miles / SW 35 minutes
Davis 47.0 miles / NE 47 minutes
Napa 22.5 miles / NW 33 minutes
Oakland 29.0 miles / SW 29 minutes
Sacramento 61.0 miles / NE 57 minutes
San Francisco 35.6 miles / SW 44 minutes
San Jose 62.6 miles / SW 58 minutes
Source: Rand McNally www.randmcnally.com (as of March 2012)

   

Airports
Name / ID Associated City
and Distance 1
Longest Runway
Length / Width
Acres Control
Tower
Buchanan Field Airport (CCR) Concord / 9.6 mi 5,001 x 150 495 Yes
Napa County Airport (APC) Napa / 18.9 mi 5,930 x 150 820 Yes
Metro Oakland International (OAK) Oakland / 37.7 mi 10,000 x 150 2,600 Yes
San Francisco International (SFO) San Francisco / 53.3 mi 11,870 x 200 5,207 Yes
Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) San Jose / 58.3 mi 11,000 x 150 1,050 Yes
Sacramento International (SMF) Sacramento / 64.7 mi 8,605 x 150 6,000 Yes
Sources: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration Airport Master Records as posted on www.gcr1.com/5010web/; 2012 Data; (1) Rand McNally www.randmcnally.com (as of March 2012)

       

Nearest Ports
Name Distance Services
Port of Benicia  
1997 Elm Street, Benicia, CA 94510
(707) 745-2394
1 mi 1 deep water pier can berth 3 vessels with an operating depth of 38 ft. MLLW. Break bulk, heavy-lift, barge stripping, high and heavy, RoRo service. Served by Interstates: 680 (north-south) 780 (west to I-80). Rail service: Union Pacific (up to 170 cars)
Port of Oakland
530 Water Street, Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 627-1100
29.8 mi 18 deep water berths, 35 container cranes (incl. 31 Post-Panamax type), Foreign Trade Zone, Warehouses and intermodal facilities, Served by Interstates: 80 (south), 880 (south), 550 (east) and 980 (east), Rail service: Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific
Port of Redwood City
675 Seaport Blvd, Redwood City, CA
(650) 503-4150
61.5 mi 5 Wharves – 1,800 feet total, depth alongside wharves 34 ft., Bulk cement pipeline & hoppers, 30,000 sq. ft. transit shed, Reinforced concrete pile & deck, Petroleum pipeline, Storage tanks, Open upland area for marshaling / storage
Port of Richmond
675 Harbour Way So, Richmond, CA
(510) 215-4200
23.1 mi 5 City-owned terminals (10 private), 2 wharves, 2 warehouses – 140,000 total sq. ft., Berthing length – 720 with 2 dolphins at north end, 5 total acres, Rail service: Burlington Northern Santa Fe and UPSP
Port of San Francisco
Pier 1 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA
(415) 274-0400
34.8 mi 5 berths, on-dock rail, acres of paved land for starting cargo, Over 550,000 sq. ft. of covered storage for weather sensitive cargo, Cranes capable of working both breakbulk and containers, 624 reefer outlets, Harbor and cargo service facilities located near terminals offering easy access to tug and barge companies, Heavy lift crane services, Foreign Trade Zone, Cold storage / warehousing, CFS facilities, Full service ship repair, 145 acres of paved cargo staging, Rail service: San Francisco Bay Railroad and Union Pacific
Source: California Association of Port Authorities http://californiaports.org/ 2012 Data; and each Port’s website: Port of Oakland www.portofoakland.com, Port of Redwood City www.redwoodcityport.com, Port of Richmond www.ci.richmond.ca.us, Port of San Francisco www.sfport.com, (1) Rand McNally www.randmcnally.com (as of March 2012)

 

Motor Freight & Contract Carriers (partial list)
Company Services / Terminal
Budget Freight Shipping
(888) 615-6861 (LTL) or (888) 614-6861 (FTL)
Trucking brokerage firm offering scheduled pickups. Services include: Less than Truckload (LTL) Shipping Services, Truckload (TL) Shipping Services, Dry Vans, Flatbeds, Temperature Controlled Shipping (Reefers)
Pinole Valley Trucking
(800) 878-9992
Services ranging from: warehousing & distribution to Truckload & LTL service and a Third Party Logistics provider. A modern fleet consisting of the following types of equipment. We also have access to heavy haul and other specialized equipment as needed. Shipping throughout the US, selected Canadian provinces and parts of northern Mexico.
Viking Freight   Viking specializes in one- and two-day LTL service throughout Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming, as well as El Paso, Texas. Steamship service to Alaska and Hawaii, too. All transactions performed online.
YRC Freight
3872 Sprig Drive Benicia, CA 94510
(800) 610-6500
YRC Freight's North American LTL services: standard LTL freight transportation: United States, Canada, Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam. Guaranteed Standard ground service by noon or 5 p.m. or Multiday Window. Expedited: YRC Freight Time-CriticalTM expedited, guaranteed air and ground service By noon or 5 p.m. or Hour window and Specialized services.
Sources: Budget Freight Shipping www.budgetfreightshipping.com, Pinole Valley Trucking www.pvtservices.com; Viking Freight www.vikingfreight.com/, YRC Freight www.yrc.com, (as of April 2012)

 

Rail Transportation
Name Direction Main or Branch Short or National Nearest Intermodal
Union Pacific North, South, East & West Branch National Oakland
Source: Union Pacific Railroad www.up.com; Benicia Industrial Park Association http://beniciaipa.org (as of March 2012)

 

Public Transportation
Type/Name Service Area Operator
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
light rail
(925) 676-2278
Four lines extending to Pittsburg/Baypoint, Richmond, Millbrae, Dublin/Pleasanton, Fremont; also SFO and Oakland Airports BART
(9-district board)
Baylink
ferry & express bus
(877) 643-3779
Cities of Vallejo and San Francisco Blue & Gold Fleet (for City of Vallejo)
SOLTRANS
bus
707) 553-7269
Cities of Benicia and Vallejo MV Transportation
Source: SOLTRANS www.soltransride.com; (as of March 2012), BART  www.bart.gov; Baylink www.baylinkferry.com (as of August 2013)