Our transport bus operators are looking for bus drivers across the state. If you love driving and are looking for change, consider a role at a location that suits you

The Government has now received the Sydney Trains Rail Infrastructure Systems Review interim report, handed down by current National Transport Commission Chair, Carolyn Walsh.

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Featured projects

Fixing Country Rail

Funding rail infrastructure enhancement projects that eliminate connectivity constraints on the NSW regional rail network.

Lower Hunter Freight Corridor

Consulting on a recommended corridor providing for a future dedicated freight rail line between Fassifern and Hexham, bypassing Newcastle.

Customer satisfaction

Find out what over 19,000 customers said about public transport, roads, cycling and walking in the latest Customer Satisfaction Index.

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Light rail
Point to point
Private vehicles
Heavy vehicles

Careers at Transport

Why join us?

We are a workforce of over 25,000 people working across a diverse range of areas. Not only are we delivering infrastructure on a massive scale, but we are committed to innovation, technology and meeting the needs of our customers across all modes of transport. 

Join us, and you’ll play a key role in helping us make NSW a better place to live, work and visit.

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Why flexibility matters for parents at Transport

Flexible working for parents is important to Transport for NSW as an organisation.

How to apply

Find out more about current vacancies at Transport for NSW, and how to apply.

More from Transport for NSW

Transport Access Program

Providing a better experience for public transport customers by delivering accessible, secure and integrated transport infrastructure.

Corridor projects

Road Network and Corridor Planning is a better way of coordinating work on our large and complex NSW road transport infrastructure.

Environmental sustainability

Walking, cycling and public transport lower environmental impacts

Transport for NSW on social media

Follow @TransportforNSW on Twitter for news and information across the Transport cluster. 

Our customers, industry partners and key stakeholders can stay updated on specific topics including Freight, Road Safety and Asset Standards Authority, across multiple channels.

Visit the Social Media listing page for a list of our Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube channels.