Transportation in San Angelo, Texas

San Angelo, Texas is located along the Ports-to-Plains trade corridor that connects the agricultural and energy heartlands of the United States. The trade corridor includes Interstate Highways 10 and 20 and State Highways 277 and 87. This corridor contains almost 5,000 miles of roadway and touches more than 275 communities. Read More

Currently, San Angelo has three U.S. highways, Interstate Highways 10 and 20, which are approximately one and a half hours away, respectively. Current highway improvements are underway to provide four-lane access. San Angelo’s closest connection to Mexico is U.S. Highway 277, which is 155 miles to Mexico’s border crossings. West Central Texas highways are easy to navigate. Two and four-lane highways have wide shoulders and light traffic.

Using public transit is a practical alternative to driving. However, ridership on Texas public transit services has declined. The state’s public transportation system was already struggling with falling ridership and rising costs. The COVID-19 crisis brought even greater drops in ridership, service, and revenue, and suggested to some that public transit was in “death spiral.” Yet, despite this, many Texans continue to use public transit, and many cities and towns are taking advantage of it.

The state Legislature appropriates state funds for urban and rural transit districts every two years. These funds come from local sales taxes, which range from 0.25 percent to one percent. Local sales taxes have accounted for over $2 billion in fiscal 2019 and make up 78 percent of the total revenue for the MTA. TxDOT also provides direct state funding to the urban and rural transit districts. This funding is based on population and need, as well as performance measures.

The San Antonio area is the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the United States, and the city has a growing need for expanded infrastructure. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, more than 28 million miles are traveled in Bexar County each day. This increase is largely due to the growth of the population and increased economic activity. Additionally, truck traffic has expanded beyond the capacity of existing infrastructure.


Point of Interest #1 Lakeshore Village, 7702 Sentinel Cir, San Angelo, TX 76904

Point of Interest #2 Mary E Lee Park, 2160 Mary E Lee Rd, San Angelo, TX 76904

Point of Interest #3 Road Ride Meeting Place, Mary E Lee Rd, San Angelo, TX 76904

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