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Want to get to Tulare? You can do that, thanks to its Central Valley location and modes of transportation. What's there to see and do in Tulare? Agriculture remains the lifeblood of the local economy and Tulare sits in the heart of some of the most productive farmland in the world. If you think farms, Tulare would be a great place to start.

Tulare in the Central San Joaquin Valley along Highway 99, 45 miles south of Fresno and 60 miles north of Bakersfield, is known for its food processing and distribution because of its Central Valley agriculture location.

Ideally located between Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay, each less than a 4 hour drive, the region is served by Freeway 99. Tulare is also 40 minutes from Interstate 5.

The ports of Stockton, Sacramento, Los Angeles and San Francisco are all within 200 miles of Tulare and infrastructure and transportation systems are already in place to facilitate product movement. The main line of the Union Pacific Railroad runs through Tulare, offering rail access to major cities throughout the United States. Amtrak offers passenger rail service from nearby Corcoran and Hanford. Domestic and international flights are available at Fresno/Yosemite International Airport and Bakersfield's Meadows Field Airport and domestic flights are 10 minutes away at Visalia Municipal Airport.

The City of Tulare also operates its own municipal airport, serving private planes.

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