$8.5 billion to continue building and improving road, maritime and freight infrastructure.
NSW is again leading the country in public transport and infrastructure investment.
Kingsford Nine Ways roundabout replaced with traffic signals in preparation for the future CBD and South East Light Rail.
Project to start before the end of the year and align with any future duplication.
The NSW Government is on the lookout for more bus drivers.
More than $1 billion will be spent improving roads across Western Sydney.
The entire deck of Sydney Metro’s 4km elevated skytrain is now locked in place.
Three groups have been shortlisted to help revitalise Central Station.
A further $200 million will be spent on improving access to public transport, $1 billion since 2011.
Extensive infrastructure and upgrades along the South Orange Economic Growth Corridor.
More seats and reduced travel times to popular Blue Mountains destinations.
Minimum auto and online top up values have been decreased to encourage customers away from station queues.
Changes to the Northern Beaches Bus Network come into effect later this year to coincide with the launch of the B-Line.
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Dubbo will be the first city in NSW to get on-demand buses, with a trial of a pre-booked transport pilot starting on May 31 2017.