About the Area
Straddling the Rio Grande at the southern limits of Texas, the McAllen/Reynosa metroplex is one of the most dynamic urban centers on the United States-Mexico border.
Within a mere 15-mile radius lives a combined population of more than 2 million people, many of whom are truly binational citizens living and working on both sides of the border.
Our geographic position has made us a nexus of 21st century commerce.
Mexico's brand-new transcontinental highway leads right to our doorstep- the McAllen-Hidalgo-Reynosa Bridge and the Anzalduas International Crossing.
The 5 million vehicles that cross these bridges each year enjoy an array of highways and interstates in both countries, taking them in all directions possible.
McAllen/Reynosa is the gateway to the most important economic corridor on the continent.
Learn more about the area by downloading our brochure.
If you plan to visit Reynosa, you can view the status of the bridge traffic cameras live by clicking here. There is a mobile app available as well as a method to be able to view via your computer browser. You can also view the wait times here. If you have any questions or need assistance accessing either site, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.