Freight Performance Management

Training /Tools

Freight Planning Glossary and Abbreviations

Industry

California Port

Freight Railroad Industry

Trucking Industry

Transportation And Goods Movement Research

Mapping

CUFC/CRFC GIS Data

Background

The GIS Data files by region are the supporting files for the CUFC/CRFC designation process.

Disclaimer

Note: If your region is not listed, please be advised that we are continuing to develop the GIS data and will post it as soon as it is available. If the region haven't shared their potential projects for CUFC/CRFC we have not created the GIS Files for them. Let us know if you find any discrepancy.

The maps and data are made available to the public solely for informational purposes. Information provided in the Caltrans GIS Data Library is accurate to the best of our knowledge and is subject to change on a regular basis, without notice. While the GIS Data Management Branch makes every effort to provide useful and accurate information, we do not warrant the information to be authoritative, complete, factual, or timely.

Information is provided on an "as is" and an "as available" basis. The Department of Transportation is not liable to any party for any cost or damages, including any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages, arising out of or in connection with the access or use of, or the inability to access or use, the Site or any of the Materials or Services described herein.

District Freight Planning Fact Sheets

For a quick overview of freight-related information and issues in a particular area of the State, click on this map of California counties and Caltrans districts for the corresponding "Freight Planning Fact Sheet."

These fact sheets provide snapshots of current conditions and issues in each of the twelve Caltrans districts. The information varies by district, but it is generally organized by transportation mode – trucking, freight rail, air cargo, seaports, and intermodal transport – as well as other topical areas, such as land ports of entry and Trade Corridors Improvement Fund (TCIF) Supported Projects, as applicable.

Attached to each fact sheet is a map of the major truck networks on the California State Highway System, including truck size limits and other restrictions.

Key Maps

Air Cargo

Rail

Trucking

Multimodal and Warehousing