Situated enviably in the beautiful Northern California region, within San Joaquin County, is the growing city of Tracy. The community, just over an hour from the big cities of San Francisco, San Jose and Sacramento, sits in the middle of a triangle created by three major highways—I-205 to the north, I-5 to the east and south and I-580 to the west and south.
Tracy is well-served by several public transportation services. Tracer supplies convenient fixed-route bus service Monday-Saturday, as well as paratransit service for seniors aged 60+ and ADA certified passengers. Various public transit services are also provided through San Joaquin Regional Transit (SJRTD), which offers intercity fixed routes, commuter service, deviated fixed-route bus service and dial-a-ride service in the Tracy community. Commuter rail service is available through Altamont Commuter Express (ACE), which operates a station within Tracy. The rail line runs between Stockton and San Jose daily.
The City of Tracy Transportation Division oversees the Tracy Municipal Airport, an expansive facility equipped with two active runways, taxiways, hangars, tiedowns and aviation and jet fuel sales. The airport recently announced the construction of 42 new hangars, which will be located in the south hangar area. For commercial air travel, Tracy residents utilize Stockton Metropolitan Airport, offering non-stop service to Las Vegas, via Allegiant Air, and major international airports in San Francisco, San Jose and Sacramento.