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The village has a solar powered ferry for transporting pedestrians and bicycles called Schalkediep. It travels on the Prinses Margrietkanaal from Garyp. There is no other public transport to the village.
The Frisian names of the streets include: Alde Lunewei (adjacent to the Alde Lune waterway), Aldemiede, Daniel Bouwes wei, De Warren (connecting to Bergum, Ds Oosterhuisstrjitte (Ds Oosterhuisstraat), Ds Pelstrjitte (Ds Pelstraat), Heechhiem, Louwsmarwei, Monnikenwei (along the north side of the canal), Mostermûne, Noarderein (Noorderend), Symen Halbes wei (connecting to De Lytse Geast), Suderein (Zuiderend), Tsjerkebuert (Kerkbuurt),.