The project gives priority to developing public transport in general and the rail network in particular as it has a lower impact on the environs. Near the new city, there will be a new station on the above-ground regional metropolitan railway linking Venice and Padua, served by exchange parking for 500 cars.

The regional metropolitan railway station alone will absorb about 3000 users per day.  Others will benefit from development of the secondary road network around VenetoCity, with doubling of the roads to the north and south.

By increasing use of these infrastructure systems, the private traffic "attracted" by VenetoCity will be reduced by about 20%.

Access to VenetoCity will be from two large roundabouts to the east and west, from the local road network, from the Albarea motorway exit or, for cars travelling in the Venice to Padua direction only, from the Roncoduro exit.  VenetoCity will also be served by a number of parallel roads from the south in a “comb” arrangement, with a dual carriageway and a series of tangents to bring cars directly to the heart of the city and the car parks.

Abandoning the car, at a height of seven metres, 6 km of cycle paths radiate out from the raised area where the buildings stand, linked to the normal road network and accessible from a dedicated overpass to the west. There will also be a network of pedestrian paths and boulevards.