Tomball is conveniently located just minutes from downtown Houston, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, and the Port of Houston. With easy access to major highways and rail lines, Tomball is a great place in which to do business!
Tomball is fortunate to be served by two airports, George Bush Intercontinental Airport and David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the 9th busiest airport in the U.S., 7th largest international passenger gateway, is served by 17 domestic and international air carriers, and is headquarters for Continental Airlines. For more information, click here.
David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport is a regional airport which services chartered/FBO, general aviation, and government/military flight operations. Hooks has a 7,000 foot runway and is one of the few privately owned airports in the U.S. to be equipped with its own FAA air traffic control tower.
For more information on Hooks Airport, click here.
Tomball has been blessed with a robust network of streets and highways to service local, regional, and national markets. These roadways include:
Interstate 45: Located less than 12 miles east of Tomball, this major transporation artery of Texas services markets from Dallas to Galveston.
Beltway 8: Located less than 14 miles south of Tomball, Beltway 8 services the entire greater Houston area.
State Highway 249: SH 249 runs straight through Tomball and services markets from Stagecoach to downtown Houston.
State Highway 2920: This east-west thoroughfare runs straight through Tomball and connects the community to I-45 to the east and Waller/State Highway 290 to the west.
State Highway 99/Grand Parkway: 12.0 mile, four-lane, controlled access toll road with intermittent frontage roads from US 290 (Northwest Freeway) to SH 249 (Tomball Parkway) through Harris County.
Tomball is strategically located near the Houston Ship Channel to provide businesses with access to a variety of foreign shipped goods as well as the ability to conveniently and affordably ship their goods to foreign markets. The Port of Houston is located just 42.3 driving miles (about 1 hour) from Tomball. For more information about the Port of Houston Authority or the Houston Ship Channel, follow the link below:
Tomball is serviced by Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway. BNSF is one of the largest Class I railroads in the U.S. and serves markets from Washington to California and from Texas to Illinois. This vital asset allows Tomball businesses to import and export goods quickly and conveniently to and from national and international markets. For more information on BNSF, follow the link below: