- Two four-lane divided expressways intersect in Harlingen: U.S. Highway 77 and 83. U.S. Highway 77 connects to Interstate 37 at Corpus Christi. U.S. Highway 83 connects with Interstate 35 at Laredo.
Free Trade Bridge at Los Indios - A state of the art international bridge is located just 10 miles from Harlingen. This four-lane international crossing, is one of the largest and most modern ports of entry in South Texas. With a full U.S. Customs inspection facility that accommodates up to 75 trucks simultaneously, the Free Trade Bridge is acclaimed as the most time-efficient crossing for "Just In Time" production materials. The Free Trade Bridge accesses a four-lane highway in northern Mexico, offering a fast route to the border cities of Matamoros and Reynosa, as well as the industrial city of Monterrey. With the completion of Mexico's State of Tamaulipas new 'autopista', the Free Trade Bridge will provide a seamless highway connection for more efficient distribution of industrial products to the heart of interior Mexico. The Bridge is primed for growth and industrial property is readily available.
Interstate 69 - Now under construction, will connect the Rio Grande Valley to all points north.
Harlingen's Valley International Airport - is served by Continental Express, and Southwest Airlines. The airlines offer 17 daily fights.
Airfreight - Airfreight companies include Federal Express, United Parcel Service, Airborne Express, and several private charter operators. Federal Express provides international service to Mexico out of the VIA terminal.
Ports Location - The Port is located four miles east of Harlingen on Highway 106. It is 25 miles West of Mile Marker 646 on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, which stretches from the Mexican border at Brownsville, along the entire coast of the Gulf of Mexico to St. Marks, Florida. The Gulf Intracoastal Waterway provides over 1,300 miles of protected waterway, 12' deep and 125' wide. The Harlingen Channel is maintained to a width of 125 feet and a depth of 12 feet and is supplied by the Arroyo Colorado, a fresh water river.
- Barges, Stevedoring & Bridges
- Electric Service
- Natural Gas Service
- Water Service
- 650 foot concrete general dry cargo wharf
- 100 foot dry bulk wharf
- 5 smaller docks (50' x 25') located near the turning basin and extending down the Harlingen Channel
- Unlimited acres of open storage
- Union Pacific Railroad has a local terminal and switching yard in Harlingen. The Harlingen Industrial Parks and Port of Harlingen have direct rail access.