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Find a standard/technical document using the Standards Directory. You can filter by keyword, standards discipline, document type and document status.
Access technical documents relating to a specific engineering discipline or a specific document type by using the Quick search feature in the Transport Standards Portal.
The management of the road network in NSW is shared between the State Government, through Transport for NSW and Local Government (through local councils).
Registration scheme for Construction Industry Contractors.
Contractors listed below are members of the Registration Scheme for Construction Industry Contractors.
Information about Regional Maintenance and further details of the supplying and contracting of it.
The Technical Services Registration Scheme is a pool of technical services suppliers across a range of service types.
Find out about Tenders and contracts and further information for contractors, suppliers and tenderers.
The Aboriginal Participation in Construction policy supports participation of indigenous peoples in government construction projects.
Transport for NSW is committed to achieving good urban design outcomes.
Transport for NSW is committed to improving the management of major construction projects and fostering strong relationships at all levels.
The Transport for NSW register of materials provides broad details for each submitted material together with information of the supplier.
The NSW Department of Primary Industries’ Cattle Underpass Scheme (CUPS) has reopened for a second round of funding, targeting dairy farmers.
The objective of Strategic Network Planning is to identify road network enhancements that support existing and proposed land use.
When you are planning a project that interacts with roads, rail or waterways, you need to know the relevant regulations.
Technical documentation related to traffic engineering and the management of traffic and traffic related facilities.
Transport for NSW may need to acquire privately owned land as part of developing or upgrading infrastructure.
The Department of Premier and Cabinet has requested NSW Government regulators implement an outcomes and risk-based approach to regulation.