Sydney Trains has minimised the impact of Rail Repair Plan trackwork so passengers can travel around easily this long weekend.
School is out across New South Wales, but road safety is always in session with motorists being reminded to factor in extra travel times as holidaymakers flock to regional NSW to enjoy the warm weather this long weekend.
The latest milestone in the construction of the Coffs Harbour bypass is boring – literally.
Ahead of International Day of Older Persons, community transport is being highlighted for helping boost independence and combat loneliness
Travellers are advised to plan ahead and allow additional travel time with traffic changes and essential rail trackwork planned over the October long weekend.
Improving road safety will be the focus of a community event in Grafton on Wednesday 27 September.
Drainage improvements on Big River Way near Maclean are now complete
Efforts to save a rare bird from extinction have been bolstered thanks to support from a Dubbo rail maintenance centre.
A major boost for public transport in Dubbo with 112 extra weekly bus services to roll out from October.
Residents in the upper Blue Mountains and near Little Hartley are being invited to join new community advisory groups.
The speed limit on a 15.1-kilometre section of the Bylong Valley Way south-west of Kandos will be reduced to 90 km/h.
Coffs Harbour’s public bus network will be overhauled from 30 October with more than 200 extra services each week.
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.
The intersection of MacArthur Drive and Heathcote Rd, Holsworthy will see the reconfiguration of the roundabout to install traffic lights.
Roadwork involving the realignment of Menangle Road between Glenlee Road and Medhurst Road, Menangle Park will be undertaken from Thursday.
We are seeking community feedback on the installation of the temporary cycleway. Community consultation is open until Sunday 15th October.
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.
Residents are being invited to have their say on a proposed traffic changes along Griffiths Road at Lambton.