The NSW Government has welcomed the 4.5 billionth tap-on to the Opal network at Parramatta Train Station today as the revolutionary electronic ticketing system turns ten.
The new $4.37 million Terrabella Bridge south of Dubbo is officially opened, providing a boost to freight and rural productivity.
The completion of the Pacific Highway duplication at Lisarow is edging closer, with traffic moved onto a new intersection at Tuggerah Street.
New dedicated koala crossings are being planned and built along Appin Road as part of the NSW Government’s plan to protect native wildlife.
A 40-kilometre section of the Mitchell Highway will be closed for nine nights as crews carry out emergency work after extreme weather
Access to Gunnedah railway station has become a whole lot easier for people with mobility issues or young children.
Keeping it local is the focus of the $2.2 billion Coffs Harbour bypass project with every effort being made to employ locally.
A $2.2 million project to repaint and carry out minor repairs to the Glenreagh Bridge between Coffs Harbour and Grafton is complete.
A major upgrade of Mulgoa Road is motoring ahead with the contract awarded to Seymour Whyte Constructions and Turnbull Engineering.
Road users are advised of changed traffic conditions from next week on Elizabeth Drive near The Northern Road intersection at Luddenham.
Public transport will be free across the Opal network to allow fans to cheer on the Socceroos for their round of 16 match in the World Cup.
Two-hundred extra pairs of hands are now hard at work in the State’s west to support crews repairing and the flood-affected road network.
A rail freight corridor between Fassifern and Hexham designed to alleviate rail congestion around the Hunter has been confirmed.
The NSW Government is getting behind the Socceroos and activating Sydney to allow football fans to come together to cheer on the Socceroos when they step onto the pitch for their final 16 match in the 2022 World Cup on Sunday morning.
The NSW Government has announced a key partnership with a consortium to drive forward the next phase in the revitalisation of Circular Quay.
The new Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics (RIFL) Hub in Wagga Wagga is officially open, strengthening freight efficiency in NSW.
Commuters need to plan ahead if they are travelling through the Sydney CBD tomorrow as Sydney’s Open for Lunch kicks off.
The Sydney Terminal Building at Central Station will receive a $350 million face lift, restoring the signature buildings to its former glory
A key milestone for the New Dubbo Bridge is taking place this week with piling work starting on the floodplain adjacent to River Street.
14 timber bridges in the Northern Rivers will be replaced with stronger, sturdier and more resilient concrete bridges under the NSW Government’s Fixing Country Bridges Program