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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.
We work with government, industry, port, roads, rail and intermodal terminal operators and local communities to build a sustainable and efficient freight transport network that will meet the forecast growth in freight volumes and deliver positive outcomes for the State.
Freight is worth nearly $66 billion a year to the NSW economy. This page lists Transport for NSW freight information.
Major timetable changes will alter the way trains currently operate across the shared rail network.
The Cargo Movement Coordination Centre works to maximise network capacity and improve cargo movement through Port Botany and Port Kembla.
Road carriers and stevedores servicing Port Botany are subject to mandatory performance standards.
Marine pilots who work in NSW ports must pass the required health assessments.