Transportation

People, products and produce move to and from the Woodland region by all major transportation modes. Well-planned state routes, including I-5, I-80, I-505 and Highway 113 all provide access to the interstate network, and California Northern Railroad provides freight service to a number of Woodland’s industrial plants. Amtrak carries passengers from its Davis stop and Yolo Bus connects Woodland to Sacramento.

YoloBus serves local transportation needs within the county and parts of Solano County, from Cache Creek Casino & Resort in the Capay Valley to Sacramento and the Sacramento International Airport, where major international airlines offer hundreds of daily flights for passengers and freight. The Watts/Woodland airport handles general aviation, cargo and executive aircraft on its 3,200-foot lighted runway.

The deep water channel Port of Sacramento, lying 79 nautical miles from the San Francisco Bay, connects the entire Northern California region to the Pacific Rim. Currently, 16 intrastate and interstate carriers and 100 independent trucking contractors carry freight daily to and from the Woodland area.

Airport Access

Sacramento International Airport 9 miles
Woodland/Watts Airport 5 miles
Yolo County Airport 5 miles

Interstate Freeways

Interstate 5 1 mile
Interstate 505 10 miles
Interstate 80 9 miles

Highways

State Route 113
State Route 16

Rail Access

Amtrak Union Pacific (in Davis) 10 miles
Yolo Shortline

California Northern Truck – 42 Truck lines serve Woodland

Ocean Freight
Port of Sacramento 18 miles

Public Transportation

Greyhound
Yolobus7

Woodland Bike Map

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