NSW’s new Regional Rail Fleet will be the most tech advanced fleet to ever service the bush and city.
Trams are now running day and night along the entire CBD and South East Light Rail route.
A new Digital Systems Facility at Chullora will support the integration of future technologies across the Sydney train network.
Hunter commuters will have more choice with two new direct trains from Singleton to Newcastle, seven days a week, starting from January 2020
Road Safety in Plumpton will receive a welcome boost with the installation of a new red-light speed camera.
The driverless shuttle bus service at Sydney Olympic Park is the first vehicle in the country to interact autonomously with live traffic.
Bus customers will receive additional services and innovative on demand options under new contracts to lift the standard of transport.
Opal Connect rewards customers who use The Ponds and Norwest On Demand buses with a $2 travel credit when they transfer to the Opal network.
Construction will soon begin on the Western Sydney Metro, with seven station locations confirmed today.
Level crossing safety will be at the forefront of the Transport for NSW display at the Australian National Field Days at Borenore this week.
Road Safety in Woolloomooloo will receive a welcome boost with the installation of a new red-light speed camera.
Stage two of Armidale's driverless vehicle trial has begun, with residents invited aboard for testing.
Motorcyclists will have more information about making safe helmet choices with the latest release of safety ratings.
A Request for Proposals (RFP) will soon be released for a new On Demand Public Transport service in Moree.
South-west train customers will benefit from a new direct morning peak service from Leppington to Schofields via Parramatta.
A review into the safety of cyclists on Scott Street in the mixed running section of the Newcastle Light Rail has been completed.
Road safety is hitting the streets with the launch of the new Safety Town roadshow in schools, featuring the popular characters Daisy and Sp
$28 million will be spent on improving maritime facilities across the state. The funding is the third round in the Boating Now program.
Fixed speed cameras across the state have reduced fatalities by 80 per cent, according to the latest annual performance review.