New pop-up test clinics have been announced for Taree, Forbes and Narrabarba, south of Eden.
1,400 extra cleaners have helped achieve 1 million extra transport cleaning hours since March.
The Community is invited to have a say regarding a new Murray River Crossing at Swan Hill.
A new permit has been created for high performance vehicles using the Hume Highway allowing them to carry additional supermarket freight.
The Bathurst Bullet has provided better connections between the Central West and Sydney for a year.
Safety for students at Gol Gol Public School will be strengthened with a new school crossing supervisor to soon be appointed.
A new landmark is taking shape above Central Station, with a feature roof going up as part of the Sydney Metro construction works.
Motorists in the Illawarra Region are reminded to be patient at level crossings.
Customers in and around Nowra and Bomaderry will soon benefit from an extra 45 weekly bus services.
Customers in Sydney’s inner west will benefit from almost 1,000 additional weekly services starting later this year.
Half of the tunnelling on the critical M4-M5 Link Tunnels has now been completed, marking a major milestone.
An upgrade of the Tamworth Intermodal Rail Line is on target for delivery with the NSW Government announcing $28 million for the project.
The first of 17 brand new Waratah Series 2 trains is entering service this week, three months ahead of schedule.
Drivers are being urged to take care on our roads, after the number of people dying while not wearing a seatbelt or speeding doubled.
Transport for NSW will trial innovative data and technology ideas to improve safety for women travelling on public transport at night.
Road train operators can now access more than 900 kilometres of additional road network, making it easier to move freight across the State.
Construction of the Sydney Metro West, from Greater Parramatta to the CBD, is another step closer.
New clean-up kits are now available for taxis and other point to point transport service providers to help keep drivers and passengers safe.
The NSW Government is keeping freight moving and freight workers safe with dedicated pop-up COVID-19 testing sites on key freight routes.