The traffic position of the municipality is rather favorable, although it is situated on a state cross-border. Passing through is one of the key traffic directions: the state road D2 (Slovenia – border crossing Dubrava Križovljanska – Varaždin – Virovitica – Našice – Osijek – Vukovar – Ilok – Serbia and Montenegro). Furthermore, construction of a fast road, the so-called  „Podravska magistrala (highway)“ is planned for near future, which will be passing through the plain area of the municipality, and which will be directly linking Austria through Slovenia with highway Budapest-Zagreb. It should be emphasized that the mentioned Podravska magistrala will be passing through Economic zone Cestica.
On the territory of municipality Cestica, there are two international border crossings and one boundary crossing towards the Republic of Slovenia. The first is Dubrva Križovljanska – Zavrč, which has a status of a permanent international border road crossing of I. Category, and the other one is Otok Virje – Ormož, with a status of a permanent international border crossing of II. Category, while the boundary crossing Križanče – Drenovec is located on a 3-border point area of municipalities  Cestica, Donja Voća and Zavrč. According to data by the Border-crossing Police station Varaždin, during the first 9 months of 2004,1.553.651 passengers and a total of 464.840 vehicles passed through the Dubrava Križovljanska border-crossing. During the same period of time, a total of 560.412 passengers and 100.512 vehicles passed through the border-crossing Otok Virje.
 Within the state, the municipality stands out for several characteristics. Cestica is the most north-western part of the Republic of Croatia. Its longest border, from its west and north side is with the Republic of Slovenia, 18 kilometers long. A part of Ormoško lake is on the municipality’s territory, which serves as accumulation for hydroelectric power plant Varaždin. It is a part of a system of Drava hydroelectric power plants.