The speed limit on a 56-kilometre section of Kidman Way south of Cobar will be increased to 110 km/h from Thursday 28 September.
Western Sydney passengers, particularly those on the T3 Bankstown Line, are urged to plan during Rail Repair Plan trackwork this weekend.
A managing contractor has been appointed to oversee repairs to the main slope failure on Jenolan Caves Road.
Extended 50km/h speed zones will deliver safer journeys for road users and local residents on two roads in Bathurst.
A $13 million slope remediation project at Capertee Valley in the NSW central west has been completed almost 12 months after a landslide.
Work will begin from next Monday to install a wire safety rope along the median on Camden Valley Way at Guild Avenue.
A report on consultation for the detailed design of the Coffs Harbour bypass has been finalised
Griffith will receive a 30 percent boost in public transport with 77 extra bus services each week now being rolled out.
Work is about to start on a $3.1 million project to improve safety on the New England Highway south of Uralla.
Feedback received during community consultation carried out to help plan for essential maintenance work on Wallaga Lake Bridge has been published online.
Work is set to start this month on a highly anticipated school crossing upgrade on the Kidman Way at Hanwood to improve safety for those crossing the busy freight route.
Opal fares will be subject to the annual price rise from Monday 16 October.
Passengers travelling to the airport from Western Sydney are urged to plan ahead as essential Rail Repair Plan trackwork takes place.
From Sunday 24 September, there will road resurfacing maintenance work on the Hume Highway, Lansdowne.
A $7.1 million project to improve flood immunity on the Gwydir Highway in northern NSW has been completed.
Work to provide a stronger and safer road for motorists is set to start next week on Lachlan Valley
Way near Bellevue, north of Yass.
Work is progressing to open Rozelle Parklands to the Inner West community this December with playgrounds, walking trails, bike paths and BBQs on track to be fired up this summer.
A $32 million project to make the Mitchell Highway between Dubbo and Narromine safer and more efficient is progressing towards completion.
Video cameras are being installed at locations throughout Forbes on 13 September, to develop traffic modelling for future road improvements.
Sydney is gearing up for the city’s marathon where up to 40,000 runners will take part across several events for the Sydney Marathon.