Transport for NSW and Sydney Trains carried out a joint review on the network’s ability to recover from major incidents.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced the release of the Road Safety Plan 2021.
Toll road users will soon be eligible for free car registration. Visit service.nsw.gov.au for more information.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced the appointment of Rodd Staples as Secretary of Transport for NSW.
Industry feedback sought on a draft plan that identifies key freight priorities to deliver a more efficient freight system across NSW.
Our women in transport event is just one part of our ongoing efforts to support the invaluable role of women in the transport industry.
More than 200 of our people from across Transport for NSW celebrated the 2017 Transport for NSW Recognition Awards.
Transport for NSW has partnered with Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue to host the BOOMTOWN! 2017 Infrastructure and Property Summit.
It’s always been important to empower women into leadership positions, and Transport for NSW believes in helping to make this happen.
At last week’s NSW Premier’s Awards, Transport for NSW had six exceptional finalists in the running to take out the top spot in a range of c
Woolgoolga to Halfway Creek Pacific Highway upgrade is now open to motorists.
Container; the box that changed the world explores the impact of one of the 20th century’s most important innovations.
Public transport is moving forward and new timetables will be introduced from 26 November 2017.
Transport for NSW recently partnered with Engineers Australia to launch a Diploma of Rail Track Engineering.
Upgrades to the Great Western Highway between Hartley Valley and Forty Bends are now complete.
‘Looking out for each other’ is an internal safety initiative aimed at changing our culture to one where everyone puts safety first.
Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students completing years 11 or 12 - Get your career moving at Transport
The program provides the students with up to two years’ of support in completing their HSC with a $2,500 per year scholarship.
The fourth of Sydney’s fleet of six new Inner Harbour ferries is named after Aboriginal man Pemulwuy.