This paper discusses necessary qualitative and quantitative improvements in transport infrastructure networks and analyzes travel behavior and origin-destination situations. This paper studies idea about the re-planning of transportation infrastructures theoretically and implements a case study strategy that applies the gravity model and graph technique. Additionally, it has a mathematical model that assists in designing traffic flow in new streets, sidewalks, plazas, and spaces, while suggesting new urban land-use policies and transportation infrastructure-locating techniques. This work considers the planning of ground, railroad, maritime, and air transportation to build a comprehensive system in the urban master planning process. It prioritizes public transportation and suggests necessary geometrical adjustments to upgrade the situation of the infrastructure and prepare Chabahar city for its strategic and oceanic role. The outcome in geometric corrections in sight distance and transverse and longitudinal curves in streets, sidewalks, and squares will assist cities in the Silk Road project environmentally and make the region attractive to tourists and investors' eyes.