Transport of the solar background large-scale magnetic regions is followed between individual consecutive magnetic synoptic charts derived from observing data of Kitt Peak NSO. During many solar rotations the horizontal magnetic flux displacement was described by large-scale horizontal transport velocities, inferred in many points over the whole solar photosphere. Large-scale transport velocities contains from both axially symmetric and non-axially symmetric components. The first one describes zonal and meridional global transport studied in time interval during three last solar activity cycles. Cycle dependent global velocities are found as values varying in heliographic latitude and in the phase of the solar cycle.