The NSW licensing system for young drivers is one of the safest in the world.
Point to Point Transport Commissioner, Barbara Wise, has announced that tenders for 32 Sydney taxi licences will be accepted from today.
Some of the State's youngest football fans have been drafted to encourage motorists to slow down.
The state’s third annual Bus Safety Week kicks off today, encouraging motorists, cyclists, pedestrians and passengers to Be Bus Aware.
New laws for the point to point transport industry come into effect from today.
New metro stations in the CBD and North Sydney are set to be the city’s newest landmarks.
The network standard Opal fares will be introduced on the Wollongong Shuttle from 29 January 2018.
A new 50-metre-long bridge has opened to motorists travelling southbound on the M1 Pacific Motorway at Wahroonga.
Customer focused, technology driven services with better regional connections will become the future of the NSW Transport system.
Customer focused, technology driven services will become the future of the NSW Transport system, with a new draft 40-year blueprint unveiled
Sydney’s continued growth and success, as a 21st century global city requires a transformative approach to its planning.
PTIPS team wins the Committee for Sydney Smart City Award for best NSW Government Initiative and the Overall Best Smart City Project.
The latest motorcycle helmet crash test results are now available giving riders a guide to the safest and best helmets available.
The Parramatta Light Rail will provide reliable and modern public transport service to Sydney Olympic Park.
The NSW Government is moving ahead with planning and project development for the first section of the F6 extension.
George Street will be transformed with Christmas lights when major construction for the light rail wraps up between King and Park streets.
Newcastle Interchange is open for business, creating a new gateway for the city that links all public transport in one spot.
Hire car and rideshare services must be booked in advance of the trip and can’t be hailed in the street or caught at a rank.
More than 8,600 new weekly public transport services will start on 26 November providing customers more trains, ferries, buses.