Transport in Třebíč
- I/23 Pisárecký tunel - Kývalka - Třebíč - Předín (I/38) -Jindřichův Hradec - Písek
- II/351 Chotěboř - Třebíč - Dalešice
- II/360 Letohrad - Velké Meziříčí (D1) - Třebíč - Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou
- II/405 Jihlava - Brtnice - Třebíč
- II/410 Třebíč - Jemnice - state boundary of Austria
Since 2000 reconstruction of road II/360 is being realized. This road will connect Třebíč to motorway D1. Reconstruction was started in Trnava, where a new roundabout was constructed. Following phases of reconstruction will affect Oslavice, Oslavička and Velké Meziříčí.
First nearby railway line, the mainline of Austrian Northwestern Railway built in 1871 has avoided the town because trains would have to descend to the Jihlava River valley and climb uphill again. A today railway station of Třebíč–Stařeč was then built. Třebíč got railway station within city limits in 1886 when Střelice-Okříšky segment of Czech-Moravian Transversal Railway line segment was built.
Třebíč is well connected with other cities by express trains running through the town once per hour in weekdays.
Public transport first operated in Třebíč in 1871-1886 period when the railway station Třebíč–Stařeč was connected to the city by omnibus line. Bus transportation was re-established in 1956.
In Třebíč there are nine bus lines. The lines with most ridership are numbered 1, 4 and 5. The most frequently used stops are Karlovo náměstí (Charles Square) and Komenského náměstí (Komenský Square).