The City of Edinburg has four (4) Industrial Parks, North Industrial Park, Owassa Industrial Park, Edinburg Airport Industrial Park & Renaissance Industrial Park.
As MSA Region along with Reynosa -Mexico Area has 28 industiral parks.
The city of Edinburg is conveniently located within access to Interstate Highway (IH) 69. Interstate Highway 69C runs concurrent with U.S. 281 north from IH 2 at Pharr 17.6 miles to FM 490 by South Texas International Airport at Edinburg (EBG). The four to six lane freeway runs the height of Edinburg, bypassing the city center to the east. U.S. 281 extends north as a four lane, divided highway to a grade separated interchange with SH 186 and the Brooks County line.
The easy access to the Mexican Border is thru U.S. Route 281 (24 miles from Edinburg) with Tamaulipas State. U.S. has two southern termini. The western terminus, known as International Blvd. in Hidalgo, begins from the McAllen – Hidalgo International Bridge. The southern eastern terminus of U.S. 281 is in Brownsville, TX (66. Miles from Edinburg), just short of the Mexican border ending on Bus. 77. The two spurs come together at South Cage Blvd. in Las Milpas, TX going north into Pharr, TX. Thus, U.S. 28 is the only continuous three-digit US route to extend from the Canadian border to the Mexican Border.
This bridge connects the cities of Hidalgo and McAllen in Texas with the city of Reynosa in Tamaulipas.
This bridge has a SENTRI lane and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Average crossing time: 1 – 2 hours.
General open lines: 4
Open lines ready: 9
This bridge connects the city of Mission, TX with Reynosa, Tamaulipas, and has a SENTRI lane with hours of operation from 6 am to 10 pm, daily.
Average crossing time: 45 minutes
General open lines: 2
Open lines ready: 3
This bridge connects the cities of Pahrr, Texas with the city of Reynosa in Tamaulipas.
This bridge connects to U.S. route 281 via Texas State Highway Spur 600. On the Mexican side , it provides access to Mexican federal Highway 2. The bridge handles the commercial and passenger vehicles.
Hours of operation are Cars & Passenger vehicles Monday – Sunday 6:00 am – 11:50 pm.
Commercial Trucks Monday – Friday 6:00 am – 11:00 pm, Saturday 7:00 am – 4:30 pm Sunday 7:00 am – 3:00 pm.
Located nine-miles north of downtown Edinburg, the STIA – EBG is the northernmost jet-capable airport which provides business class aviation access to the Rios Grande Valley. It is geographically positioned within 25-miles of the Mexican border and conveniently adjacent to the US Highway 281 (I-69) and FM 490 – the future outer loop which will connect five border ports entry.
Owned and operated by the City of Edinburg, EBG is the gateway to local South Texas commerce and international business with Mexico, and is home to a variety of aviators, from private to corporate, military and law enforcement.
The airport features:
1300 E Farm to Market Rd 490. Edinburg, TX, 78542, EU.
Edinburg has access to two seaports close to its area, such as Harlingen and Brownsville.
Currently, seaports are an important base to support international trade in any region, which could facilitate the entry of merchandise from any country in the world.
The Brownsville Seaport is 67 miles away and is one of the largest landed ports in the United States with more than 16,000 acres.
The city of Mission is connected to the port via State Highway 48, State Highway 69E, and State Highway 2.
1000 Capt Donald L Foust Rd, Brownsville, TX. 78526.
+1 (956) 831-4592
The Harlingen Seaport is 47 miles away and is one of the ports with the greatest potential to become a major trading area in the next 20 years.
It has a capacity to transport two million tons of any product and an area of 354 acres.
Its best performance was in 2020, when 150,000 tons of sugar, 110,000 tons of agricultural fertilizers and 1.1 million tons of fuel were transported and stored.
26449 Country Rd, 1595, Harlingen, TX. 78550.
+1 (956) 357-3106
The companies that operate in the town are the Union Pacific Railroad Company, Rio Valley Switching Company, Border Pacific Railroad and Brownsville & Rio Grande International Railroad.
In general, the MSA region is one of the areas with the highest number of miles and cargo trains in the state of Texas, which drives the movement of products and raw materials with the Mexican border of Reynosa, Tamaulipas.