The CCRMA works on behalf of the citizens of South Texas to provide congestion relief, traffic safety, and viable alternative routes in this era of time conservation. Our mobility solutions encompass highways, rail, air and seaports. The CCRMA works with the numerous cities in Cameron County and its neighbor to the South, the State of Tamaulipas to construct projects at a much more rapid pace. The CCRMA is improving more than just roads... it is improving the quality of life for South Texas citizens.
The CCRMA is currently working on a complete system of transportation infrastructure that will support economic development and increase safety for the benefit of Cameron County and the Rio Grande Valley region. Our projects will integrate regional planning, multi-modal options and modern technology to develop a world-class transportation system.
Toll Payments &
The SH 550 is currently the only toll road in Cameron County and connects the I-69E directly to the Port of Brownsville. The toll road features cashless gantries and can be used with or without a TXTag or Plus Pass account.
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TX Tag is the fastest and most convenient way to travel on toll roads in Texas. With a TxTag you can save up to 25% off toll fees and make payments through your account online.
Cameron County in conjunction with the Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is proposing to reconstruct and widen Old Alice Road within the cities of Los Fresnos and Brownsville Cameron County Texas from Sports Park Boulevard to SH 100. Please click on the link for details in English or…… Read More
The RGVMPO is working on the very first regionwide Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). This MTP is a plan that describes the vision of future transportation for the valley in the next 25 years! Do you have anything to say? Prioritize what you value most related to the transportation system, complete the online survey, and leave…… Read More