The Queen Isabel Causeway is a two-mile-long bridge that connects
Port Isabel to South Padre Island near the Gulf of Mexico in Texas.
The new Queen Isabella Causeway was "constructed in 974 and
replaced the original Queen Isabella Causeway constructed in 954,
which became known as the Old Fishing Pier, “said Wikipedia.
The name change in 2001 to Queen Isabel Memorial Causeway.
But it is so much more to us all, it is the only way to get to South Padre Island, TX. From time to time it get a little back up with traffic like at Spring Break, any weekend night in the summer. So the local like to see how busy it is to plan our trip to the island. For the please who don’t live here it just a nice view. Every January the north side of the causeway close for a few hours to host the Longest Causeway Run & Fitness Walk. This past Jan.10, 2015 4,800 people participated. The Bridge webcams can see they as the make there way to South Padre Island, TX. April 17, 2015 the Queen Isabel Memorial Causeway was host to Beach –N- Bikerfest motorcycles parade, each year the Biker parade starches out for miles with every time of hog made. It is worth watching, better to be here. May 3, 2015 the Queen Isabel Memorial Causeway will host Pedal to Padre a 25 mile bicycle tour Brownsville to South Padre Island, TX.