Freight is worth nearly $60 billion a year to the NSW economy or 13.8 per cent of gross state product. It employs around 500,000 people.
Regulations, requirements and standards for taxi operators.
Regulation of public and private bus services in NSW, including fares, concessions and service standards.
Transport for NSW is responsible for contracting passenger ferry services throughout the state.
Transport for NSW provides funding to community transport operators to provide services under three government programs.
Concessions make travel on participating NSW transport services more affordable and easier to access.
Air transport in NSW.
Find out about our freight network across NSW.
We oversee the procurement, contracts, accreditation and regulation of our operators. In doing so, we ensure the delivery of customer-focused services, and that freight is being moved from paddock to port and plate as efficiently as possible.
Sydney Metropolitan and Outer Metropolitan Bus Service Contract on time running results
The NSW rail network carried 33 per cent of the total freight task in 2011, or around 136 million tonnes of freight.
Freight is worth $60 billion a year to the NSW economy - that's over 13 per cent of GDP.
Forecasts project the volume of freight to almost double over the next 14 years.
Together with our freight industry partners, we'll be moving over 780 million tonnes of goods around the state by 2031.
That's why we're dedicated to the freight task - it's so important to the people and economic viability of NSW. Find out more by reading the NSW Freight and Ports Strategy. (PDF, 33.54 MB)
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