The Texan city Laredo is found in Webb County, for which it is the county seat. Its location is on the north bank of the Rio Grande, South Texas, a place overlooking Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Laredo with over 236,1 persons inhabiting is the tenth most populous city in Texas is 3rd most populated city on the United States-Mexican border. It thus comes only after El Paso and San Diego. Laredo's is one of the US economies heavily anchored on transnational trade with Mexico. The city hosts facilities of most of key transportation companies. Its location on the southern end and close to the manufacturing companies in the northern part of Mexico provides it with a vital role in trade between the US and Mexico. The city is served by Laredo International Airport located strategically within the boundaries of Laredo city as well as the Quetzalcoatl International Airport which is nearby, across the border in Nuevo, Laredo Mexico. The city has a history of cumulative growth, both structural and economic. It developed from a villa to being capital of the short-lived Republic of the Rio Grande, and finally to the largest inland port on the United States-Mexican Border. The city currently has a railway bridge and four international bridges.
Laredo is located in the state of Texas and has a population of 241935 .
Laredo is located at 27.506 latitude und -99.509 longitude.