Two bridges connect the former municipality, and the rest of Falster, to Zealand. The 3,199 meter long Storstrøm Bridge connects the former municipality from near the town of Orehoved to Masnedø, an island in Storstrømmen, and the 201 meter long Masnedsund Bridge (Masnedsundbroen) continues from there to the town of Vordingborg. The Storstrøm Bridge supports two lanes of traffic, plus a single track of railroad. This vital railroad line leads to train ferry service in the town of Rødby Færge in south Lolland to Puttgarden, Germany over the Femern Belt. Both of these bridges were inaugurated in 1937.
Further to the east are the two Farø Bridges (the 1,726 meter long Farø High Bridge and the 1,596 meter long Farø Low Bridge) which opened in 1985.