Arial View of VIA Park and Ride

Pictured above is the Park & Ride VIA hub of the San Antonio City public bus system which is conveniently located immediately adjacent to the NW corner of Windcrest at the junction of IH 35 and Loop 410.

Centrally located in South Texas, Windcrest/San Antonio is in a transportation nucleus where multiple major highways, airways, and railways converge. 

With all these transportation advantages, your Windcrest business will save time and money that can be reinvested for additional gains.


Windcrest residents and businesses enjoy the convenience of the San Antonio International Airport, just 10 minutes away. This aviation hub of South Texas averages 314 departures and arrivals a day. Also close by, Stinson Municipal Airport, the second oldest aviation airport in the country, has great appeal for light aircraft, private aviation companies, and corporate travelers. Both airports are conveniently located by major highways and industrial and business centers. The four military bases have their own airfields. 

In addition, a new 1,900-acre international logistics platform called Port San Antonio has been created from Kelly Air Force Base and boasts an 11,500 foot runway, Foreign Trade Zone Status, and multiple access points for rail and highway.  

Ground Transportation

Extensive ground transportation options are available including:

  • City Buses (VIA Park and Ride pictured above)
  • Downtown Shuttle
  • Limos
  • Rental Cars
  • Taxis
  • Uber and Lift

Highway Convergence

Red Arrow Pointing to Windcrest on MapWindcrest is conveniently located at the hub where I-410 meets I-35, only 11 miles away from the heart of downtown San Antonio. Other major highways, including I-10, I-37, I-1604, and US 281, give Windcrest commuters and residents ease of access to any destination in or around San Antonio. Unlike Austin, Dallas, and Houston, San Antonio is known for its free-flowing highways and expertly engineered access roads. These roads facilitate extensive trucking needs. In fact, 50% of all goods from Mexico come through San Antonio before reaching their final destination in the U.S.  


Since the time of cattle trails, San Antonio has been at the heart of crucial railroads. Today, countless San Antonio businesses rely on carriers like Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe to efficiently run their freight through a vast system of railroads to anywhere in the U.S.  

Distance to Major Cities 

  • Austin - 69 miles
  • Corpus Christi - 150 miles
  • Houston - 196 miles
  • Dallas - 264 miles
  • Fort Worth - 258 miles