As two roadways Kalna was certainly linked with the
administrative centres – Saptagram, Pandua, Nabadwip. To meet up the curiosity
about roadway linking with other administrative centres, we can collect from
two maps, no 1. Von-Den-brook in 1660 and Rennel’s map in the year 1779. Dain-Brook’s
map indicated two roads which are too important in the background of present
1) Saptagram to Gour through
the west bank of the Ganges.
2) From Kalna to Burdwan.
Besides those mentioned river-ways, there leads many roads
From Baramura to Sasaram via Hooghly,
Pandua, Memari, Burdwan, Ukhura, Barakar etc.
From Dhanekhali to Golaganj, via Hazipur
Krishnabati, Boinchi etc.
Up to Shankhai via Hooghly, Nayasarai,
Inchura, Samudragarh etc.
From Samudragarh to Katwa via Sribati.
From Kalna to Puti via Dhanekhali,
Present leading roadways:
Kalna - Chinsura via Guptipara, Balagarh,
route No.- 8
Kalna - Pandua via Bakulia , Kuliapara,
Daspur, route No. – 13.
Kalna - Pandua via Patharghata, Jamgram.
Singarkone – Pandia via Chagram, Kulti,
Kalna – Gurap via Nepakuli, Jharubati,
Baidyapur, Boinchi, route No. – 11
Kalna – Badhaman via Dhatrigram,
Austogharia, Satgachia etc. route No – 3.
Kalna - Memari via Maina matiswar,
Kalna – Chupi via Dhatrigram, Samudragarh
Of late Kalna has started
S.B.S.T.C. Government bus service and some Auto and some other privet vehicle