Strategic Location & Transportation
Located along Interstate 10, and nestled along the banks of the Guadalupe River, Seguin, Texas is strategically positioned for business and growth. The City of Seguin is located thirty-five (35) minutes east of San Antonio, fifty-five (55) minutes south of Austin and about two and a half hours (2½) west of Houston. Seguin offers immediate access not only to Interstate 10, but to State Highway 130, the safe, fast and reliable alternative to congested Interstate 35 in Central Texas.
Along with easy access to some of Texas’ major highway arteries, Seguin is in close proximity to Union Pacific's San Antonio Intermodal Terminal (SAIT), a $100 million state-of-the-art facility designed to support the growing intermodal volume in southern Texas. This expansive facility is designed to handle 250,000 annual container lifts and is positioned to serve markets across South Texas.
Additionally, Seguin is located within 60-minutes of two international airports (San Antonio International Airport and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport) and two deep water ports (Port Corpus Christi and Port of Houston), providing a premier location for manufacturing, distribution and logistics companies. Seguin’s strategic location provides easy access to 4 of the United States’ largest consumer markets, allowing manufactures to get their products to millions of consumers, all within a 5 hour drive.
Proximity to Major Texas Market
|Nearby Major Texas Cities||Distance|
|San Antonio||37 miles|
|Corpus Christi||145 miles|
Seguin is connected with the rest of the world by their close proximity to two international airports within an hours drive and two deep sea ports within a 3 hours drive. Seguin is located approximately 42 minutes from the San Antonio International Airport and 55 minutes from Austin Bergstrom International Airport. Seguin is also in close proximity to several private and regional airports including the Huber Air Park, the New Braunfels Municipal Airport and the San Marcos Regional Airport.
San Antonio International Airport (SAT)
San Antonio International Airport provides commercial airline service for the South Texas region. SAT averages 260 daily departures and arrivals at its 25 gates, which serve 11 airlines flying non-stop to 53 destinations in the US, Mexico and Canada. More than 10 million passengers flew into and out of historic San Antonio in 2018. Click here to learn more about San Antonio International Airport.
Austin Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA)
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) is a state-of-the-art airport with 25 gates, full customs facilities ready for the international traveler, TSA Pre-Check, Border Protection's Global Entry program and more. In operation since 1999, the airport has roughly 350 daily flights with nonstop service to 70+ domestic and international destinations. Click here to learn more about Austin Bergstrom International Airport.
|Nearby International Airports||Distance|
|San Antonio International Airport||
|Austin Bergstrom International Airport||
|Nearby to Regional Airports||Distance|
|Randolph Air Force Base Auxiliary Airfield||
Huber Air Park
New Braunfels Municipal Airport
Seguin is serviced by a Union Pacific Rail Line that runs east to west through the city center; providing freight transportation to local industry. Additionally, Seguin is located in close proximity to major railroad terminals and intermodal railroad terminals. Seguin is approximately 36 minutes away from the Amtrak railroad station in San Antonio and 46 minutes away from Union Pacific’s San Antonio Intermodal Terminal off I-10.
Union Pacific's San Antonio Intermodal Terminal (SAIT)
SAIT is a $100 million state-of-the-art facility designed to support the growing intermodal volume in southern Texas. Covering more than 300 acres, this expansive facility is designed to handle 250,000 annual container lifts and is positioned to serve the cities of San Antonio, Austin, Eagle Pass and Laredo, as well as the entire south Texas market. Click here to learn more about Union Pacific's San Antonio Intermodal Terminal.
|Distance to Rail Transport||Distance|
|San Antonio (SAT) Intermodal Terminal||47 miles|
|Englewood (Houston) Intermodal Terminal||163 miles|
|Houston (Settegast) Intermodal Terminal||165 miles|
|Laredo Intermodal Terminal||178 miles|
|Barbours Cut (La Porte)||187 miles|
|Dallas (Wilmer) Intermodal Terminal||255 miles|
|Dallas (Mesquite) Intermodal Terminal||264 miles|
|Distance to Deep Sea Ports (Panamax Ports)||Distance|
|Port of Corpus Christi||142 miles|
|Port of Houston||170 miles|