Location

Location

At The Crossroads of the Rio Grande Valley

Harlingen, Texas is located at the crossroads of the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas, along the U.S./Mexico border. Harlingen’s central location in the Rio Grande Valley (with a population of 1.3 million) has allowed it to share in the area’s growth and prosperity. It is also uniquely positioned to reach all major points of the Valley, and 1.1 million of the population, within a 45-minute drive.

Whether it is personal travel or importing and exporting goods and equipment, is much easier when there are plenty of options. Water access from the Port of Harlingen, personal and commercial air service from the Valley International Airport and the NAFTA CargoPort hub, or direct rail service with the Union Pacific Railroad makes the transportation for business or pleasure in Harlingen a breeze.

The Free Trade International Bridge at Los Indios is a state-of-the-art international bridge located just 10 miles South of Harlingen.

Our industrial and logistics community also benefits greatly from the Durango-Mazatlan Highway that traverses east-west across Northern Mexico. The highway is just 20 miles south of Harlingen in Matamoros, MX.

No other region in America offers such an advantageous array of resources at the strategic crossroads of the U.S./Mexico trade corridor.

Distance from Harlingen to other Major Cities

UNITED STATES
MILES
Albuquerque
944
Atlanta
1,118
Boston
2,185
Chicago
1,422
Kansas City
998
Los Angeles
1,583
New York
1,962
San Francisco
1,968
Seattle
2,413
TEXAS
MILES
Austin
283
Brownsville
23
Dallas
458
El Paso
772
Houston
283
McAllen
34
San Antonio
230
MEXICO
MILES
Matamoros
37
Reynosa
79
Monterrey
165
Mexico City
478
Port City of Tampico
275