Transportation

Please see the categories below to view all of the information relating to transportation.

Mileage

 

Texas
Miles
Abilene 91
Amarillo 298
Austin 207
Corpus Christi 363
Dallas/Ft. Worth 259
Del Rio 157
El Paso 418
Houston 367
Laredo 321
Midland-Odessa 132
San Antonio 218
Wichita Falls 234

 

Out of State Miles
Albuquerque 504
Atlanta 1054
Chicago 1180
Denver 721
Indianapolis 1124
Jacksonville 1144
Los Angeles 1208
New Orleans 723
New York 1860
Oklahoma City 379
Phoenix 818
Ciudad Acuna, Mex 155
Mexico City, Mex 1078
Monterrey, Mex 466

 

Air Service
The San Angelo Regional Airport is served by American Airlines commuter flights. They offer 4 flights/day to the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport.
 

 
Mathis Field Terminal

 

Highways
San Angelo is served by three U.S. Highways: 67,87, 277 and State Highway 208. Located between Interstate Highways 10 and 20, San Angelo is 1 hour and 1 ½ respectively from each. Current highway improvement projects are underway to connect the Interstate Highways with 4-lane access. U.S Highway 277 is San Angelo’s closest connection to Mexico – a distance of 155 miles to the border crossing at Del Rio and Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. The highway traffic in west central Texas is light, and the four lane divided highways and two lane highways with full shoulders provide easy and safe travel.
Ports-to-Plains

The Ports-to-Plains Trade Corridor is a planned, multimodal transportation corridor including a multi-lane divided highway that will facilitate the efficient transportation of goods and services from Mexico, through West Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Oklahoma, and ultimately on into Canada and the Pacific Northwest.

Together, the communities along the Ports-to-Plains Trade Corridor are becoming the Gateway to trade throughout the nation and with Mexico and Canada. The Ports-to-Plains Trade Corridor will provide a vast number of benefits for communities along the corridor. The Trade Corridor will allow for the development of less congested ports of entry along the Texas/Mexico border. In addition, it will provide alternatives to other congested corridors that run through major metropolitan areas. In doing so, the trade between Mexico, Canada, and the United States will continue to dramatically increase and all three nations will continue to see a rise in their regional mobility and economic status. http://www.portstoplains.com
 

 

Railroad

San Angelo is the main rail yard for Texas Pacifico Transportation, Ltd. This railroad connects the Mexico rail system through the border crossing at Ojinaga, Chihuahua and Presidio, Texas and the main U.S. rail corridors in Fort Worth. The business office is located at 3814 Sherwood Way
San Angelo, TX.  76901.

Contact: Timothy Hammond 325-643- 6476 http://www.uprr.com/customers/shortline/lines/txp.shtml

Motor Freight

Motor freight companies located in San Angelo include: ABF Freight System, USF Bestway, Fedex Freight, and Central Freight Systems.
Overnight Delivery

San Angelo is served by Federal Express, Airborne Express, UPS, DHL, and the U.S. Postal Service in providing overnight or expedited package delivery.
Bus Service

San Angelo is served by Kerrville Bus Lines with direct schedules to all major cities in Texas and the nation. Concho Coaches provides daily van service to the Midland-Odessa Airport.
 
Taxi Service

Local taxi service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through Checker Cab Co., Yellow Cab Co., and Red Ball Taxi.
Automobile Rentals

 

Avis Rent A Car, Budget Rent a Car, Enterprise Rent A Car, Affordable Rent & Leasing, and Hertz Rent A Car, and National Car Rental.
Concho Valley Transit

 

In 2006 the City of San Angelo and the Concho Valley Council of Governments consolidated the urban and the rural public transportation system. The transit office is located at 2801 W. Loop 306.
For more information call: 325-947-8729
Travel to Work

Seventy-seven percent of San Angelo city workers drove to work alone from 2005-2007, 12 percent carpooled, 1 percent took public transportation, and 7 percent used other means. The remaining 3 percent worked at home. Among those who commuted to work, it took them on average 15.3 minutes to get to work.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau