Imperial Valley Economic Development Corporation

2415 Imperial Business Park Drive, Suite A
Imperial, CA 92251
P: +1 760-353-8332

Commuting Programs

The Imperial County Transportation Commission (ICTC) was established under Senate Bill 607 (SB 607 - Ducheny) which was approved by the California Legislature and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2009. ICTC's current executive director is Mark Baza.

    The Commission is a regional transportation planning and transit agency for Imperial County. The Commission is committed to improving our transportation system and regional economy by providing our residents and businesses easier access to jobs, schools, shopping, essential community services, and our trade and transportation of goods and services throughout our region.

The Commission works with each of the cities and the county to plan for, fund projects and services, and manage a wide range of programs and activities designed to keep Imperial County moving and improve its quality of life (Imperial County Transport Commission Website).

Transit Programs

The Imperial County Transport Commission's services include:

  • Imperial Valley Transit, a fixed route public bus service which has 12 routes and over 20 buses in operation, with passenger ridership averaging approximately 55,000 passengers a month (Imperial Valley Transit Website).
  • IVT Access offers individuals who have physical or cognitive disabilities that cannot use the regular, fixed-route, bus system (IVT Access Website).

  • IVT Ride, which provides curb to transit service to seniors; persons age 60 years and over, and persons with disabilities upon advance phone reservations (IVT Ride Website).
  • IVT MedTrans, operated by First Transit, Inc. to provide non-emergency transportation service between Imperial Valley and San Diego County medical facilities, clinics and doctor offices. Transportation is provided four days a week to medical facilities and is available to transit dependent persons requiring essential or lifeline medical services who meet the established criteria (IVT MedTrans Website).

Distance to nearest Port

Port of San Diego- 117 miles
Port of Long Beach- 208 miles
Port of Los Angeles- 226 miles

We at Imperial Valley Economic Development Corporation are updating the information on this page. Check back soon!

View data for year:
Data Name Value Percent
Distance to Nearest Major Airport from County Population Centroid
Imperial County, CA
(Yuma Mcas/Yuma Intl)
66 mi
Data Name Value
Has Class I rail? Yes
Class II and/or III lines present? Yes
Intermodal transport lines present? No
Double stack lines present? Yes
Rail Operators 6
Carrizo Gorge Railway Incorporated
National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK)
San Diego and Imperial Valley Railroad Company
Union Pacific Railroad Company
Major Ports (within area + 100 mile radius)  
No ports
Data Name Value
Major (within area + 100 mile radius)
Yuma Mcas/Yuma Intl
Data Name Value
Location ID NYL
Number of passengers 0
Freight 3,053,238 lbs
Mail 0 lbs
Runway length 13,300 ft (4,054 m)
Regional (within area + 100 mile radius)
Imperial County
Data Name Value
Location ID IPL
Number of passengers 12,775
Freight 1,659,718 lbs
Mail 0 lbs
Runway length 5,308 ft (1,618 m)
General Aviation (within area + 50 mile radius)
Brawley Muni
Data Name Value
Runway length 4,166 ft (1,270 m)
Calexico Intl
Data Name Value
Runway length 4,683 ft (1,427 m)
Cliff Hatfield Memorial
Data Name Value
Runway length 3,423 ft (1,043 m)
Data Name Value
Runway length 2,562 ft (781 m)
Data Name Value
Runway length 4,210 ft (1,283 m)
Salton Sea
Data Name Value
Runway length 5,000 ft (1,524 m)