The Texas Innovation Corridor is home to a reliable, capable infrastructure system - both for transportation and utilities.
Strategically located between the two major metros of Austin and San Antonio with two major international airports, rail access with BNSF and Union Pacific, and thoroughfares like Interstates 35 and 10 (not to mention the fastest highway in the country with State Highway 130), businesses are succeeding in our region because of quality transportation access.
Iron Ox, which opened the largest industrial facility in Caldwell County in 2022, shares why transportation infrastructure was the reason they chose the Texas Innovation Corridor.
Similarly, electric, sewer, water, floodplain mitigation, natural gas line and spec development capabilities are all collaboratively designed in the Texas Innovation Corridor to create the spaces needed for quality growth.
Leaders with Momark Development, Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, Inc. and the City of Kyle Economic Development explain how utilities in Hays and Caldwell Counties are both ready for today’s demands and proactively preparing for the future of our region.