The closest airport is Faisalabad International Airport, which is approximately 65 km from Sangla Hill through Faisalabad and is a major transit point for exporting goods to other parts of Pakistan and abroad. Passenger flights are run by the national flag carrier, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), and several private airlines.
There are few well-maintained roads in Sangla Hill to connect it with other cities, but it has good links with main roads. There is a link road through Sahianwala Interchange giving access to other cities of the country through the M3 motorway. There is public bus network in the city by which people can go to other cities and the people from other cities can come Sangla hill. In city there are many privately operated rickshaws, auto-rickshaws and tangas.
The central railway station is Sangla Hill's main railway station. It was built during the British reign in the 19th century. There are trains to Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Quetta, Peshawar and many more cities and towns in Pakistan. A large amount of cargo is exported and imported into Sangla Hill, with many deliveries each day from all parts of Pakistan.