Calling on potential providers to present practical, technology-based solutions for mobile phone enforcement technology.
Ninety taxi licences will be issued in Sydney from July, but no new licences will be added to regional areas.
Safety of emergency service workers and volunteers receives huge boost with introduction of new road rule.
More than 110 bus services an hour between Epping and Chatswood in busy periods from 30 September for final stage of Metro construction
Older boaties are being urged to exercise caution after an increase in the number of fatalities among seniors on NSW waterways.
Dangerous behaviours by motorists at level crossings in Central West NSW will be targeted in the next two weeks.
Transport for NSW is extending the consultation period for Western Sydney Corridors until June 1, 2018.
Making sure you take your time and are well rested should be high on your holiday check list when getting behind the wheel.
Boaters are being urged to take extra care this long weekend following a fatality on the south coast.
Up to 1,000 young drivers given chance to participate in trial with in-car technology to reduce road casualties.
Premier and Deputy Police Commissioner urge drivers to slow down and put safety first this Easter to reduce road toll.
Draft corridors for four major future road and rail infrastructure corridors which will help establish the Western Sydney Parkland City.
The convenience of the Opal card is now coming to the train station carpark.
The first of 24 new air-conditioned suburban trains has rolled on to the Sydney network for testing today.
Visitors can glimpse the future at Transport for NSW’s exciting exhibition at the 2018 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
The NSW Government will launch its biggest trial yet of automated vehicles today.
Customer-focused, technology-driven services are the future of the Transport system in regional NSW, with a blueprint unveiled today.
Minister for Transport and Infrastructure released the Future Transport Strategy 2056 and two supporting infrastructure plans
From today customers catching ferries and light rail across Sydney can now choose to pay with their credit card.
New Sydney Metro underground platforms at Central Station and Central Walk will be built, after a $955 million contract was announced.