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Good access to transportation networks is critical for any business. A location where goods can be transported swiftly and economically is a big advantage. Quality transportation options can also help employers attract and retain great employees.

The Gateway Cities COG region has a vibrant economy and an array of modes of transport to support freight and passengers. In addition to trucking and rail facilities, it has full-service seaports and two international airports within 35 miles. A pending high speed rail project will ultimately connect the region to other California markets and beyond.

Improvements to these transportation networks are in the works, which will be a boon for business. Learn more by visiting our website.


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Gateway Cities COG Air Quality Action Plan

Due in part to the heavy concentration of goods movement and industry in and around the Gateway Cities, the sub?region has historically experienced the adverse impacts of air pollution. Learn More