We are a member of the Level Crossing Strategy Council – an interagency forum to promote collaboration between agencies to improve level crossing safety. The Council develops and oversees the implementation of the Level Crossing Improvement Program.
Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) manages and maintains the interstate rail network and the Hunter Valley rail network under a 60-year lease from the State Government.
The Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR) is an independent body corporate that has responsibility for regulatory oversight of rail safety law in the jurisdictions of South Australia, New South Wales, Tasmania, Northern Territory, Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory and Western Australia. The primary objectives of the ONRSR are to encourage and enforce safe railway operations and to promote and improve national rail safety.
Local Government NSW is the peak industry association that represents the interests of NSW general purpose councils, 12 special purpose councils and the NSW Aboriginal Land Council.
Transport for NSW is the lead agency of the NSW Transport cluster. It provides strategy, planning and policy for all transport modes.
NSW Police Force protects the community and property by preventing, detecting and investigating crime, monitoring and promoting road safety, maintaining social order, performing and coordinating emergency and rescue operations.
Roads and Maritime Services manages the operation of roads and waterways in NSW and leads the delivery of safe and efficient journeys.
John Holland delivers rail operations and maintenance service to the Country Regional Network by the New South Wales Government’s Country Rail Contracts.