Junction is served by I-10, US 83 and 377, and County Roads 2169 and 1674. Greyhound provides twice-daily intracontinental bus service, and overnight courier service is provided by FedEx, UPS, and the US Postal Service.
The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) and AEP/WTU provide wholesale power to the region. The distributor for electric power in Kimble and surrounding counties is the Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC), and city residents and businesses are served by a variety of retail electricity providers. Natural gas is supplied by West Texas Gas, and liquid propane is distributed by locally owned businesses.
Cell phone, landline, and television services are available from a variety of providers depending on specific location in Kimble County. Fiber optic broadband capacity has recently become available in the City of Junction through HCTC. See the Business Directory for a list of providers and their contact details.
Junction and environs provide an outstanding quality of life for residents and visitors, with ample opportunities for outdoor recreation including hunting, fishing, hiking, bicycling, astronomy, and bird watching. Kimble County has more miles of running water than any other county in Texas.
Residents and visitors can enjoy any of three parks – the 13-acre city park, which hosts numerous family-friendly events throughout the year, the nearby 34-acre county park, and the outstanding 2,630-acre South Llano River State Park, which has recently been designated as an International Dark Sky Park by the International Dark-Sky Association and hosts an annual Birdwatching Festival along with a regular schedule of outdoor activities for children and adults.
The Kimble Hospital, a Medicare-designated Critical Access Hospital, and its associated Clinic serve the needs of residents and visitors alike. Banking services are available from Junction National Bank, First State Bank, both locally owned and operated. A branch of the Kerr County Federal Credit Union is also located in Junction.
There are houses of worship representing many denominations. Local news is covered by the Junction Eagle, a weekly newspaper, and a local radio station (KMBL) offers both AM and FM programming with music and news.