Automatic pedestrian signal crossings, operating 24 hours a day, will be expanded into major health precincts across Greater Sydney.
Transport for NSW has deferred the need for drivers over the age of 75 to undertake a medical review to confirm they are fit to drive.
Road Safety in Port Macquarie will receive a welcome boost with the installation of a new red-light speed camera.
Transport for NSW understands the critical role that all modes of transport are playing as the state deals with the Coronavirus.
Schools across NSW are encouraged to apply for a school crossing supervisor in a new round of the Government’s crossing supervisor program.
Commuters are being urged to plan ahead and consider travelling outside peak hour where possible.
Wagga Wagga is set to see a major boost to bus services with a new timetable delivering more than 240 extra bus services a week.
Transport for NSW today announced details of a review of the Point to Point transport sector to be led by Sue Baker-Finch.
Young drivers and vulnerable road users will get a better understanding of how to be safe around heavy vehicles on the ATA Safety Truck.
TfNSW is committed to improving women's safety with the launch of a collaborative Women's Safety Charter and Innovation Challenge.
Road safety in Towradgi and Corrimal will be improved with the upgrade of two speed cameras on Memorial Drive.
Drivers caught on camera illegally using their mobile phone will be issued fines and demerit points from today.
The NSW Government is urging everyone to stay alert on and around buses as Bus Safety Week kicked off for a fifth consecutive year on Monday
The trial of On Demand buses in Macquarie Park, known as Keoride, will take its last trip on 20 March.
Road Safety in Mascot will receive a welcome boost with the installation of a new red-light speed camera.
Transport for NSW has teamed up with Universal Pictures on the upcoming movie Trolls: World Tour.
Six new transport services connecting small regional communities will soon hit the road.
Light rail has become a popular public transport option for Novocastrians, with over 1.2 million passenger trips in the last year.
Armidale locals and visitors are invited to jump aboard the fully electric driverless shuttle, better known as ARDi, for the last time.