Map Texas State US

Texas is the second-largest state in the United States and is known for its diverse landscapes, vibrant cities, and robust economy.

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Here’s a detailed description of some of the main cities, ports, towns, and principal roads in Texas:

Main Cities:

  1. Houston:
    • Located in southeast Texas, Houston is the largest city in the state.
    • It is a major hub for the energy industry, particularly oil and natural gas.
    • Houston is home to the NASA Johnson Space Center and has a rich cultural scene with numerous museums and theaters.
  2. Dallas:
    • Situated in North Texas, Dallas is a prominent business and cultural center.
    • The city is known for its modern architecture, shopping, and a thriving arts district.
    • Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world.
  3. San Antonio:
    • Located in south-central Texas, San Antonio is famous for the historic Alamo and the scenic River Walk.
    • It has a rich cultural heritage and is known for its Spanish colonial architecture.
  4. Austin:
    • The state capital, Austin, is in central Texas and is known for its vibrant live music scene.
    • It is also a major technology and innovation hub and hosts the annual SXSW (South by Southwest) festival.
  5. Fort Worth:
    • Adjacent to Dallas, Fort Worth is known for its Western heritage and the Stockyards National Historic District.
    • The city has a strong presence in the defense and aviation industries.
  6. El Paso:
    • Situated on the western tip of Texas, El Paso is a border city with a rich blend of Mexican and American cultures.
    • It has a significant military presence and is one of the busiest border crossings in the U.S.


  1. Port of Houston:
    • One of the largest and busiest ports in the United States, handling a diverse range of cargoes, including petrochemicals and containerized goods.
  2. Port of Corpus Christi:
    • A major seaport on the Gulf of Mexico, handling primarily energy-related exports and imports.
  3. Port of Beaumont:
    • Located on the Neches River, it is a deep-water port known for handling bulk cargo, including military equipment.


  1. Galveston:
    • A coastal town known for its historic architecture and as a popular tourist destination.
  2. Amarillo:
    • In the Texas Panhandle, Amarillo is known for the iconic Cadillac Ranch and a strong ranching heritage.
  3. Lubbock:
    • A hub for agriculture and education, Lubbock is in northwest Texas and is the birthplace of Buddy Holly.

Principal Roads:

  1. Interstate 10 (I-10):
    • A major east-west interstate that traverses the southern part of the state, connecting cities like El Paso, San Antonio, and Houston.
  2. Interstate 35 (I-35):
    • A crucial north-south interstate that connects the major cities of Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio.
  3. Interstate 45 (I-45):
    • Links Dallas and Houston, passing through cities like Corsicana and Huntsville.
  4. Interstate 20 (I-20):
    • Connects Dallas and Fort Worth to cities in West Texas, such as Abilene and Midland.
  5. U.S. Route 83:
    • Runs from the Texas-Mexico border to the Texas-Oklahoma border, passing through cities like Laredo, McAllen, and Harlingen.

These are just a few highlights, and Texas is a vast and diverse state with many more cities, towns, and roads contributing to its rich tapestry.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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