Josh Murray is the Secretary of Transport for NSW where he leads a team of more than 29,000 people dedicated to running reliable, essential daily transport services and operations to connect people right across NSW.
Josh brings to the organisation his 20 years’ experience in executive leadership and a comprehensive knowledge of the global infrastructure sector.
For much of the last decade he worked as a senior executive, leading multiple portfolios, for one of the world’s leading construction and engineering organisations, including in London from 2017 to 2021 during the height of Brexit and COVID.
Josh has significant experience in NSW Government having worked in previous Premier, Deputy Premier and transport offices.
Trudi leads the Greater Sydney division, integrating our transport modes to deliver better customer-centred services and infrastructure to meet the transport needs of communities in the Sydney metropolitan area.
Susan Carroll leads the Office of the Secretary to support our leaders in delivering the vision and strategy for Transport for NSW with our Ministers and across government. This office provides a range of services including:
- cabinet strategic support
- cross-government relationships
- executive coordination and advice.
Richard leads the customer strategy and technology division, developing long-term, multi-modal strategies, plans and policies for the Transport Cluster.
Richard is responsible for leveraging data and insights, implementing new technologies and driving innovation and partnerships to provide improved, integrated customer-centred solutions. Richard also manages the Cluster’s reputation, government relations, communications and drive meaningful engagement with our stakeholders, customers and the community.
Camilla leads our Infrastructure and Place division, which plans, develops and delivers transport infrastructure that capitalise on commercial opportunities to help develop liveable, vibrant places for the community. The division:
- Engages delivery partners to deliver infrastructure
- Provides the commercial capability to support high value, complex projects.
Matt Fuller leads the regional division which focuses on understanding the particular needs of regional communities across NSW and delivering customer-centred integrated transport services and infrastructure.
Brenda leads the Finance and Investment Division, overseeing the governance, development and implementation of financial management strategies, systems and processes across the Transport cluster. Her division is the chief steward of Transport’s finances, and our aim is to achieve a financially sustainable future that balances funding constraints with the need to utilise our limited resources for the maximum benefit of the people of NSW.
Tracey Taylor leads Corporate Services, which comprises our finance and investment, information technology, legal and privacy, governance and compliance, strategic projects, and shared services functions. The division:
- Drives organisational efficiency through the development, implementation and continuous improvement of business systems and processes.
- Enables reforms to create an efficient, effective and service-oriented workforce.
- Sets the operating rhythm for the Evolving Transport Transformation Program which is delivering a customer centred program of change initiatives for our customer and communities.
Sally Webb leads the Safety, Environment and Regulation division.
Sally is responsible for leading a unified Transport cluster approach and response to safety, environment and regulation. Her division plays a vital role in underpinning Transport for NSW’s Future Transport 2056 strategy to deliver globally-recognised, safe and sustainable outcomes for the people of NSW.
Peter is leading the procurement, construction and delivery of Australia’s first fully-automated metro rail network. Sydney Metro, which is Australia’s biggest public transport project, will deliver 31 metro stations and 66km of new metro rail. Sydney Metro Northwest opened on 26 May 2019 and services on Stage 2 - Sydney Metro City & Southwest - are expected to start in 2024.
Tracey Taylor leads the People and Culture division.
Tracey is responsible for defining, attracting, recruiting, developing and retaining the people needed to deliver the best transport system in Australia and setting the standards for the way we support, develop and treat our people.
Anthony Wing leads the Point to Point Transport Commission, the regulator for taxis, hire vehicles and rideshare services in NSW.
Anthony is responsible for administering, managing and enforcing the Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Act 2016, including the authorisation and licencing schemes established by the Act.