Connecting is simple in Del Rio

Transit and Shipping

Del Rio is fortunate to have an excellent system of highways for personal and business travel. U.S. Route 277 and U.S. Route 90 connect Del Rio to Interstate 10, a major east-west highway and Interstate 35, a major north-south highway, offering quick access to major markets throughout the country. The Del Rio International Bridge Crossing offers freight opportunities to Ciudad Acuña, as well as other Mexican cities along Mexican Federal Highway 2 and Highway 29. The future holds excellent opportunities with the Ports to Plains Corridor and proposed Interstate 27, which would connect Del Rio with U.S. markets on its northern path to Canada. 

Commercial air service is available at the Del Rio International Airport, with daily flights offered by American Airlines to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. 

The Del Rio intermodal center provides transportation options via Amtrak, buses and taxis from the iconic building constructed in the 1920s.

A Union Pacific mainline runs through Del Rio, providing rail freight service to connect the city directly to San Antonio, Eagle Pass and El Paso, with connecting options opening the North American continent to local businesses.

Another incredible option found in Texas for shipping and receiving finished products and raw materials is the system of ports along the Gulf Of Mexico. The Port of Corpus Christi is the fourth-largest port in the U.S. by total tonnage and is the closest to Del Rio.


Communities throughout Del Rio have access to fast broadband internet service from several providers. HughesNet, Spectrum and Viasat are three of the most widely used providers. For more information on their availability and other providers, go to BroadbandNow

AEP Texas is the primary electricity provider in Texas. Current rates and information on AEP Texas and other providers can be found here

The City of Del Rio Utilities Department manages utility infrastructure for gas, GIS, streets & drainage, wastewater and water utilities. The City owns the natural gas distribution system for nearly 5,000 customers. The City of Del Rio is responsible for utility payments for gas, sewer, waste collection and water. Current rates are found on the City of Del Rio website.

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