New vehicle safety technology will be put to the test at higher speeds and over longer distances at Australia’s first ever testing facility.
Confronting vision has been released showing pedestrians risking their lives on the state’s roads.
Changes will be made to the road rules requiring drivers to slow down to 40km/h when passing stationary emergency vehicles.
Local communities are being encouraged to be proactive about road safety by applying for a Community Road Safety Grant, with the deadline fo
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole joined with NRMA to release the 2019-20 Used Car Safety Ratings Buyers Guide.
More than nine out of ten customers have given the North West Metro an emphatic thumbs up, according to new customer satisfaction results.
The first tram travelling the length of the street from Central Station to Circular Quay has been tested in daylight hours.
History has been made in Sydney’s CBD with the first mega tunnel boring machine arriving at the new Pitt Street metro station.
A range of new intelligent transport systems will be put to the test along the M4 Motorway from next week.
Uber is integrating public transport information into its app in an exciting new collaboration with Transport for NSW.
A program aimed at encouraging road safety awareness, leadership and well being among young Indigenous people has been launched.
Tunnelling on the next stage of Australia’s biggest public transport project is about 50 per cent complete.
With the new M4 tunnels open to traffic, the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government is continuing to build Sydney’s motorway network.
The new M4 Tunnels will open from Saturday morning, slashing travel times for tens of thousands of Western Sydney drivers.
Light Rail Vehicle testing is ramping up along George Street.
Today we mark the historic retirement of S-Set trains on the Sydney Trains network.
More than 1.8 million journeys have been completed in the first month of operation on the new North West Metro, which has already helped to
The NSW Government has today announced Anthony Wing as the state’s next Point to Point Transport Commissioner.