Hidalgo's location in central Mexico is key for its economic growth given its proximity to one
of the largest consumer markets in the world, such as Mexico City.
11,000 KM OF HIGHWAYS AND
MORE THAN 800 KM
HIGHWAY AND RAILWAY
Hidalgo’s extraordinary road and rail infrastructure, allows efficient access to the main ports and borders of the country.
The Arco Norte Highway, the most significant highway development in the center of the country, has been an important node
to boost Hidalgo’s connectivity, which links it to Mexico City, and the country's most important industrial ports and
Mexico City’s Peripheral Highway, connects with some of the busiest roads in the center of the country such as the
Mexico-Pachuca highway, which allows entering and leaving Mexico City and its conurbation area in a fast and safe way.
Two cargo rail operators with more than 800 kilometers pass through Hidalgo: Kansas City Southern de México and Ferromex.
Both have dual connections in several places of the south of the state and allow infrastructure for cargo, transport and
ACCESS TO MAIN
OF THE CENTER OF THE COUNTRY
According to the study of the National System
of Logistics Platforms, Hidalgo is located in the logistics node of the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico.
Its proximity to the port of Veracruz, the busiest in the Gulf of Mexico, makes of Hidalgo an ideal point for the
logistics sector in the center of the country.
The state's logistics offer includes important distribution centers of global companies, which have found in Hidalgo
a strategic place for the distribution of their products inside and outside the country.
Hidalgo is home to three intermodal logistics terminals that offer comprehensive services and allow the movement of
different goods efficiently.