State Transit's bus drivers & mechanics get into the Christmas spirit and decorate buses for the Annual Christmas Bus Competition.
We’re using the latest technology to make our customer’s journeys easier. Find out more.
Check out the fly-through animation to get a first-look at the new trains.
MotoCAP is a world first safety rating system for motorcycle clothing. Check out the video to find out more about the program.
This week we launched a new Turn Up and Go bus trial running along Port Hacking Road, between Lilli Pilli Point and Caringbah Station.
Bus customers will be able to tap their credit cards on Opal readers as a simple new way to pay for their Adult Opal fare.
Gail Le Bransky has been recognised with an Australian Public Service Medal on the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to Transport.
Sydney Metro has officially opened to deliver frequent turn-up-and-go services between Tallawong Station at Rouse Hill and Chatswood Station
Are you an innovator who wants to learn about Human-Centred Design? Join a workshop in Bathurst, Coffs Harbour, Wagga Wagga or Armidale.
From 28 April, train and bus services will be adjusted to support the opening of Sydney Metro.
State Transit needs your help filling out a quick 2-5min survey.
In early February, Sydney Metro's Customer Strategy team sponsored a two-day Transport Spaces of the Future Challenge at Google's headquarte
Introducing Transport Bot, our very own real-time intelligent transport assistant equipped to answer over 600 travel questions.
Approximately 20,000 people welcomed the new service at the fun-filled community open day in Newcastle.
Bus Safety Week returns Monday 18 to Sunday 24 February, to highlight the importance of bus-related safety issues for all road users.
Congratulations to Chris Bennetts, Barbara Wise and Graham Bradshaw who were named in this year’s Australia Day Honours List.
From 30 September, Station Link bus services will replace train services between Epping and Chatswood while the train line is upgraded.
Accountable for more than 1,000 train crew who provide services to over one million customers per day.