Transportation & Infrastructure
Clovis is located equidistant between L.A. and San Francisco and for businesses owners for which the efficient movement of goods is paramount; the city is located in a very advantageous position.
Businesses can access both Los Angeles and San Francisco via Interstate 5, while Freeway 99 provides access to both L.A. and Sacramento. Freeway 41 hits major points in the Central Coast and Central Valley, including Morro Bay, Kettleman City, Lemoore, Easton, Fresno and Madera before terminating at Yosemite National Park. State Route 168 runs through the Sierra Nevada Mountains before transitioning to Route 180 in Clovis and providing access to the entire Fresno area.
For freight access, the San Joaquin Valley Railroad, Union Pacific and BNSF Railway provide rail service throughout the Central Valley and numerous cargo flights originate from Fresno Yosemite Airport.
For business and personal travel, the nearby Fresno Yosemite Airport offers direct service to major cities in the American West and abroad, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Denver, Dallas and Guadalajara. Rail service, including Amtrak in Fresno, is easily accessible.
Local transportation resources include the Stageline shuttle service within Clovis and the Fresno FAX transit system in the Fresno area. Please see the following information on local and regional transportation assets.
Port of Stockton located 145 miles northwest via Highway 99
Port of Oakland located 130 miles northwest via Highway 99
Port of Long Beach located 253 miles south via I-5
Amtrak – Fresno Station
The Fresno Yosemite International Airport is located about 5 miles southwest, offering both passenger and freight service to major markets.
The Fresno Chandler Executive Airport is located about 12 miles southwest.
City of Clovis Stageline Transit Service