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Texas City, Texas to/from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) or William P. Hobby Airport (HOU).

Sedan, Town Car, Limousine, SUV & Passenger Van Transportation Services

Why Use Roadrunner Limousine Airport Car Service?

100% Customer Satisfaction! Roadrunner Limousine is Texas City, Texas’ largest and most trusted airport ground transportation provider. Why are we so popular? It’s because we know how to provide the best customer service. On top of having exemplary driving records, our drivers are also required to pass FBI criminal background checks. We present well-dressed, experienced professionals who will cater to your every need. Prompt pickups and drop-offs are a certainty with us – it is our policy at Roadrunner Limousine transportation for our vehicles to arrive on location 10 minutes prior to every scheduled pickup time.

Great Flat Rates! Our town car flat rate fares to and from Texas City and the George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) or William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) are most often less than taxis charge for the same service. So, why take a taxi when you can travel to the airport in comfort and style in any one of our luxury vehicles.

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A Luxurious Vehicle Fleet! Whether you are a traveling couple, single executive or a large group, Roadrunner has the right vehicle for you. Depending on the number of passengers, Roadrunner Limousine’s fleet offers town cars, limousines, SUV’s, passenger vans and even 30+ passenger coaches. All our vehicles are clean, private and comfortable late model luxury vehicles equipped with GPS Navigation systems. So, why take a cramped taxi from Texas City to IAH or HOU when Roadrunner Limousine’s luxury vehicles await you?

Easy Reservation Process! For immediate personal service, call Roadrunner Limousine transportation on the telephone, or if it is more convenient, you can access our online reservation system to book quick reservations. Experience additional service by signing up for an online account that will preserve your personal preferences, allow you to monitor your reservation history and print reservation receipts/confirmations. Quotes can also be requested online followed by prompt e-mail response. Roadrunner limo transportation services will always send you e-mail confirmation and payment receipt for your verification and business expensing.

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Are you a Traveling Executive?

Roadrunner Limousine provides exceptional service to its executive clients traveling in Texas City, Texas. Our executive guests expect convenient, reliable and comfortable transportation to or from Texas City and the George Bush or William P. Hobby Airports. We pride ourselves on working effectively with an executive’s travel coordinators and assistants to provide optimum service, making everyone’s job easier. For them, we offer a state-of-the-art online booking and account monitoring system accompanied by a highly trained staff to create and execute the most sophisticated travel plans that a busy executive or corporate group might require.

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First Time Coming to Texas City, Texas – Did You Know?

YESTERDAY

It was three duck hunters that noticed the location along Galveston Bay in 1891, known in the region as Shoal Point. They saw its potential of becoming a major port. It was inhabited since the 1830s, when Texas Revolution veterans were awarded land there for their services. Chris Liebner founded Texas City in 1893 with investors that formed the Texas City Improvement Company (TCIC), which developed the town plan. That year a post office opened to serve approximately 250 people who moved in from Minnesota and Michigan. The investors also got permission from the Federal Government to create an eight-foot channel in the bay from Bolivar Roads to Texas City. A terminal at the Texas City port was created by Seatrain Lines during 1939–40. It was a company that owned ships made to carry railroad cars from Texas City to New York City on a once a week schedule. Texas City was the fourth-ranked Texas port by 1940, exceeded only by Houston, Beaumont and Port Arthur.

TODAY

Texas City is found on the southwest shoreline of Galveston Bay, and is part of Galveston County. As a busy deepwater port on Texas’ Gulf Coast, it is also a petroleum refining and petrochemical manufacturing center. It is the third-largest city in Galveston County, behind League City and Galveston, at 45,099 in the 2010 census. The city is known as the site of a huge explosion in 1947 that demolished the port and almost took down the city. April 16, 1947, is when the French ship Grandcamp that contained ammonium nitrate fertilizer exploded and created the worst industrial accident in U.S. history, that they called the Texas City Disaster. The fertilizer was already overheating when in storage at the Texas City docks. The blast devastated the Monsanto plant and killed 581, injuring over 5,000 people. So powerful and intense were the explosions, many of the bodies of the emergency workers who responded to the initial blast were not accounted for. All of Texas City and Port Terminal Fire departments were taken out.

PRIME LOCATION

Texas City is 10 miles northwest of Galveston and 37 miles southeast of the metropolis of Houston. The city is 10 feet above sea level, but some parts are even lower, making it quite vulnerable to flooding by hurricane storm surges or heavy rainstorms. South and west of the city there is flat coastal plain, with a big part of this area to the south being marshland. Moses Lake, fed by Moses Bayou, a freshwater stream, is found to the north draining into Galveston Bay, to the east. The Port of Texas City is eighth largest in the United States and third largest in Texas, carrying waterborne tonnage exceeding 78 million net tons.

QUALITY OF LIFE

The economy there has always been based on heavy industry, mainly shipping at the Port of Texas City in addition to petroleum and petrochemical refining, with The Texas City Industrial Complex serving as a leader of the petrochemical industry. The city operates many parks, and parts of the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail. The Texas City Prairie Preserve has 2,300-acres of nature preserve found on Moses Lake shores opposite the city, including prairie and wetland habitats. There are 40 acres of public access with campsites, but the rest of the preserve is available for tours, with boardwalk access through the marshes.

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