Gratischat dk Høje-Taastrup
The first major road connecting these two cities was built in 1642 by King Christian IV.It was called The King's Road (Kongevejen), and was replaced in the 18th century by the current roadway.At Hedehusene, one of the towns in the municipality, the road changes name to Copenhagen Way (Københansvej), i.e. The Holbæk Motorway runs into, and has replaced part of the old Roskilde Way.
The Holbæk Motorway and the West Forest (Vestskoven) help define the municipality's eastern perimeter.
It connects to other parts of the greenway system, allowing one to seamlessly make a tour around the metropolitan area.
Another throughway in this municipality is historic Roskilde Way (Roskildevej), which runs from Copenhagen to Roskilde.
The Holbæk Motorway bisects the municipality east-to-west, and is a major roadway connecting Copenhagen through Roskilde to Holbæk; it extends all the way to the tip of Sjællands Odde, a peninsula sticking out into the Kattegat where a ferry connects to Denmark's mainland (the Jutland peninsula) at the town of Ebeltoft.
Additionally Motorring 4 splits off from the Holbæk Motorway at the municipality's eastern border leading to the various motorways servicing the northern parts of Zealand.