The City of McAllen is located in Hidalgo County in the state of Texas, neighboring the Mexican city of Reynosa accross the Rio Grande. As of the 2019 U.S. Census estimate it has a population of 143,268. McAllen is part of the McAllen–Edinburg–Mission metropolitan area.
McAllen's Anzalduas International Bridge commercial operations is part of the Port of Entry (POE) of Hidalgo/Pharr which handled trade flows of over $37B U.S.D. in 2019.
The Hidalgo/Pharr POE (2305) is part of the trade District of Laredo.
Source: U.S. Census, U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census Foreign Trade Division,
U.S. Customs, Texas Workforce Commission, Central Power and Light, local building departments and local U.S. bridge operators in cited cities.
Compiled by:Texas Center for Border Economic and Enterprise Development
City Section Last Update: July 2020
1: Anzalduas Bridge Crossing
Non-Commercial Vehicles / Buses / Commercial Trucks
Mexico Border City: Reynosa, Tam.