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The closest major airport is Oakland International Airport, located at a distance of 53 miles from the city centre of Stockton, in Oakland, CA.
The driving distance between Oakland and Stockton can be made in approximately 1 hour an a half, the cost of the fuel being around $20 for a round trip.
The ground transportation options from the airport include car rental services, shuttles, limos and taxi services, as well as public transportation routes.
Every 10 minutes, there are rental car shuttle buses operating between the Rental Car Center (open 24h/day) and the airport terminals, also operating "on demand" between 1 30 am and 4 30 am.
The public transportation service from the airport is being provided by BART, Amtrak and AC Transit.
Using the public transportation service
It may not be the most inspired option to travel inside the city because it is considered to be regular, but very slow. Between 12 and 3 pm, it is unlikely to find a bus, although they are running regularly in the mornings and evenings. The companies that are serving Stockton, providing public transportation services include Greyhound Bus Lines, Medstar and San Joaquin Regional Transit District.
The easiest way to get around in Stockton is to rent a car, and if you don't need to travel far from your hotel, why not ride your bike? It's a great way to get a little exercise and it will save you time, because the traffic can get a little stressful, especially during rush hour. There are car rental companies, spread all over the city, offering convenient fares, starting from $35.
The ACE trains start to operate around 4 am, running from San Jose to Stockton, with stops including Santa Clara, Fremont and Pleasanton.
The university is located at approximately 2 hours (by car) from Oakland International Airport. There are 9 Stockton exits on Interstate 5, including the March Lane exit.
If you're driving south from Sacramento, turn left on the March Lane exit, and if you are driving north from San Francisco or Los Angeles, make a right.
Drive for 1.5 miles, east, on March Lane, until Pacific Avenue, and then turn right. Drive south, on Pacific Avenue, for about 1 mile and you will be able to see Burn Tower, the largest building on campus, as you cross the bridge, then make a right at the next stop light and that's it.
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