The Mission Expressway Business Park and the Trinity Industrial Park are located in the city of Mission, they have a significant presence of companies from different sectors, mainly the manufacturing industry, aerospace and logistics.
The Sharyland Business Park Mission is under construction to house companies in the manufacturing, logistics and distribution industries. With this, there will now be three industrial parks in the city.
In total, the MSA region has 34 industrial parks along with the binational region of Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
Mission has interstate highways that play a very important role in connectivity.
They are the main highways that connect the cities of Edinburg and Mission with McAllen and Reynosa. Highway 281 is the road that connects the region with other cities in Tamaulipas.
Highway 2 and Highway 69 make up a major corridor connecting the cities of Rio Grande, Mission, Edinburg, McAllen, Harlingen and the Brownsville Seaport.
The Anzalduas international crossing is extremely important for the economic development of Mission, mainly because it strengthens its commercial relations with Mexico.
This bridge offers a quick transition, southbound empty truck crossing, high security and adequate facilities for its use.
Average crossing time: 45 minutes
General open lines: 2
Open lines ready: 3
Southbound Empty Commercial Trucks
The EZ Cross lane is used with a pre-paid.
In total, the MSA region offers 3 international bridges to service the area with pedestrian, vehicular and commercial traffic.
Pharr, Texas–Reynosa, Tamaulipas
- This is a four-lane bridge (three northbound and 1 southbound) with a pedestrian walkway on one side.
- Bridge length: 15,770 feet
- Bridge identification number-21-109-R005-65-001
- 6 a.m. – 8 a.m. (POV – Monday-Sunday)
- 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Commercial/Cargo – M-Fri.)
- 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Commercial/Cargo – Sat.-Sun.)
US 281 to the GSA facilities
Mexico: A loop connects with MEX 2 and MEX 40.
Mission, Texas – Reynosa, Tamaulipas
The facility is the nation’s first LEED-certified land port of entry on the southern border.
- 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. (M-Su)
U.S.: FM 396 (Bryan Rd.) to US 83 near Mission.
Mexico: Reynosa-Matamoros Highway to MEX 40 and MEX 2
McAllen-Hidalgo, Texas – Reynosa, Tamaulipas
Two structures. The old four-lane bridge serves only southbound traffic. The new four-lane bridge serves only northbound traffic.
- 24 Hours (POV)
U.S.: Spur 600 from the bridge connects to Spur 241 which connects to US 281 and SH 336. Spur 115 connects from US 281 to US 83 Expressway.
Mexico: Near MEX 2, MEX 97 and MEX 40
One of the virtues of the city of Mission is the proximity to two international airports, one of them is the McAllen International Airport, which is located at a distance of seven miles.
The airport has two runways and a five-gate terminal, and will add a parallel runway in the coming years.
Its annual capacity records a total of 78,249 flights and 847,387 passengers.
McAllen International Airport
Aeromar, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, United Airlines, United Express
United Airlines Cargo, UPS Airlines
2500 S Bicentennial boulevard McAllen, TX 78503
The Valley International Airport Harlingen it is located at a distance of 48 miles, so it offers an alternative for air travel for passengers in the region.
Valley International Airport Harlingen
American Eagle, Delta Conection, Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, United Express, Viva Aerobus
DHL Aviation, FedEx Express
3002 Heritage way, Harlingen, TX 78550.
Mission 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 49 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
Mission has different routes and train stations that increase the competitiveness of the city's connectivity.
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.