Jhansi is situated at the intersection of these public thruways: National Highway 27 (India) from Gujarat to Assam; National Highway 75 (India) from Gwalior to Rewa by means of Chhatarpur; Public Highway44 (India) from Jammu to Kanyakumari; And National Highway 39 (India). Thus, Jhansi describes a strategic position in the roadways network as highways in five different directions.
The cities and major cities connected with it are Datia, Gwalior, Lalitpur, Agra, New Delhi, Bhopal, Allahabad, Kanpur, Lucknow, Babina, Orchha, Banda, Shivpuri, Chhatarpur, Unnao Balaji, and Sagar.
Jhansi has its own division in the North Central Railway Zone of the Indian Railways. It is located on the main Delhi-Chennai and Delhi-Mumbai lines. The station code is JHS.
Jhansi airport is a military aviation base built in the British Army used by the Indian Army and political visitors. Although there are provisions for the landing of private aircraft, there are no civil aviation operations. It was sought to be commissioned for commercial purposes in the 1990s and again in the 2000s. In April 2011, the Uttar Pradesh government reported the formation of an all-new respectful aeronautics base to help the travel industry in Bundelkhand.