The region's extensive highway system is well-integrated with the Houston Airport System, four deep water seaports and the mainline railroads serving the city. Houston is at the crossroads of Interstate Highways 10, 45 and 69. I-69 is known as the "NAFTA superhighway" that will link Canada, the U.S. industrial Midwest, Texas and Mexico once complete.
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Companies that locate in Houston can reach almost 50 percent of the U.S. population within a 1,000-mile radius.
Houston seaports handled $19.2 billion in shipments in February '23
Houston total trade valued $194.3 billion in '20, ranking it 6th
Houston's foreign air cargo totaled 126,938.0 metric tons in '20
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