Market Access

Global Air Cargo Map
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Western Ground Map (PDF - 100kb)

Regional Ground Map (PDF - 80kb)

Victorville is the multimodal transportation hub of Southern California—on the way to everywhere in the world. Whether you transport cargo via truck, rail or air, Victorville brings them all together and on their way within a pro-business, fast track environment. Click on the map links below to see how Victorville keeps cargo moving.

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Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA): A 5,000-acre international logistics hub with multimodal capabilities, including ground transportation services and a 2-hour turnaround. Many major corporations are locating to SCLA, including Boeing, General Electric Aircraft Engineering and Pratt & Whitney.


BNSF Logistics Facility (proposed): BNSF Railway Company and the City of Victorville signed an exclusive Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in January 2007 to explore development of a major intermodal logistics center at Victorville’s railway center, adjacent to SCLA, nationally recognized for its unique development through public-private partnerships.


Major Routes: Victorville, with easy freeway access, is located off I-15, US-395 and SR-18 between Los Angeles and Las Vegas—just 40 miles from I-10 and I-40. Other nearby main routes include SR-58, SR-60, I-215, I-210, SR-138 and other major highways.
Western U.S. delivery in 24-hours: Cargo can be cleared and transported to the West and points eastward within 24-hours via ground or rail.

International Sea Ports/Customs

Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach: Express access from Victorville to both deep-water ports, less than 100-miles, via Union Pacific Railway and BNSF.
* U.S. Customs Point of Entry: Victorville’s secured Port of Entry designation allows businesses to bypass lengthy seaport Customs inspections. Open 24/7.

Fully 60% of all goods moving into and out of Southern California travel through Victorville.