Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad
Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad (STE) provides the benefits of rail across approximately 25 miles of track between Stockton and Linden, California. Located within 6 miles of the Port of Stockton, the STE connects with the BNSF and Union Pacific Railroads, providing its multi-industry customers dual access to support their transportation needs.
Ideally located near one of North America’s busiest freight corridors created by central Stockton’s Interstate 5 and Highway 99, the STE maintains access to active and available warehousing space including hundreds of zoned industrial acres available in our Rail-Ready Sites program. In addition, the STE offers one of our premier No Rail, No Problem transload terminals for customers not located on the railroad as well as car storage and car service solutions.
BNSF – STOCKTON, CA
UP – STOCKTON, CA
General Freight Tariff 5000-Effective 01.01.2020
STE Rate Tariff 8001 – Effective 01.01.2022
STE Rate Tariff 8001 – Effective 01.01.2021
Quarterly Fuel Surcharge Report
— No Rail? No Problem. —
Through transloading, cargo can seamlessly move between truck and rail. Simply move your product by short haul truck to a nearby rail transload facility where it can be transferred to a rail car. No investment in your own track is required.
— Railcar —
Storage And Repair
Omnitrax delivers railcar storage and switching solutions that are both secure and cost-effective. Our car storage staff will work with you to discover the finest location to fit your needs.
Short-term and long term options for loaded or empty cars
Locations in 16 states and 2 provinces with interchanges to UP, BNSF, NS, CSX, KCS, CP, and CN
One point of contact for easy negotiations and management
Safety focused operations with extensive knowledge of federal rules and regulations
— Our Rail Ready Program —
Industrial Site Development
Located less than 60 miles from the Port of Oakland, San Joaquin County’s transit modes include: the Port of Stockton, Stockton Terminal Railroad connecting to the BNSF and Union Pacific Railroad, Stockton Metropolitan Airport, and all major markets along Interstate 5, 205, 580, and State Route Highway 99. San Joaquin County is becoming the logistics hub for the Northern California Mega Region.
San Joaquin County’s transit modes include the Port of Stockton, Stockton Terminal Railroad connecting to the BNSF and Union Pacific Railroads, Stockton Metropolitan Airport, and all major markets along Interstate 5, 205, 580, and State Route Highway 99, which are all less than 60 miles from the Port of Oakland. The Northern California Mega Region’s logistics hub is emerging in San Joaquin County.