This chapter describes different video transport technologies that support the existing 3D video formats, such as frame-compatible side-by-side and multi-view video plus depth. Particular emphasis is given to the DVB systems (terrestrial, satellite, and cable) and IP transport, focusing HTTP/TCP streaming, adaptive HTTP streaming, RTP/UDP streaming, P2P Networks, and Information-Centric Networking-ICN. Hybrid transport technologies, combining broadcast and broadband networks for video delivery are also addressed. The chapter highlights important aspects of 3D video transmission over wireless networks, together with their benefits and limitations in the delivery of this type of content. Recent research results are summarized for different delivery systems and transport technologies.