Road users are being reminded to play it safe around light rail with new vision of risky behaviour from drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.
A new Sydney Metro station is one step closer, with the NSW Government giving the green light to build Victoria Cross station development.
The first two of Sydney’s seventeen new Waratah Series 2 trains have arrived at the Port of Newcastle.
Transport for NSW today announced a new reduced speed zone of 30 km/h will be implemented in Liverpool to provide a safer environment.
Commuters travelling on buses and light rail will save on their off-peak trips for the first time with Opal fare changes coming into effect.
Caravanning is more popular than ever and regional road trips around NSW are expected to be the holiday of choice over the school holidays.
The Newcastle Bus Interchange has opened today, the final transport link in the NSW Government’s $650 million Revitalising Newcastle program
The New M5 tunnels between Beverly Hills and St Peters, is scheduled to open in the early early hours of Sunday morning.
The Bega Valley will be one of the first regional areas in the State where customers can track the arrival of their bus.
Transport for NSW has published the NSW Empty Container Supply Chain Study with recommendations to improve how empty containers are managed.
Capacity on public transport will increase across the network today, but customers are being reminded to stay safe.
Drivers in south-west Sydney will soon benefit from major travel time savings with the New M5 tunnels almost complete.
The NSW Government has today confirmed the final corridors which will support the delivery of the proposed Western Sydney Airport project.
The Australian and NSW Liberal and Nationals Governments will join forces to turbocharge a program which will improve local roads.
An expansion in eligibility for concession travel will see veterans with a disability, widows among those saving on public transport fares.
A trial coach service between Wagga Wagga and Canberra will become a regular timetabled service from July 1.
A trial coach service between Goulburn and Sydney will become a regular timetabled service from July 1.
Coffs Harbour will be one of the first regional centres in the State where customers can track the arrival of their bus.
Broken Hill residents will continue to benefit from improved connectivity with coach service trials to Mildura and Adelaide extended.