Developments in Concrete Pavements traces the historical development of concrete pavements through a number of significant projects.
The Euston to Robinvale Murray River Crossing construction involved the complete removal of the old crossing.
TfNSW has recorded an oral history of the Gerringong to Bomaderry area by interviewing a cross section of local residents.
The major output of this project was over 20 hours of recorded interviews with people who were involved with building the Gladesville Bridge
Many of NSW's charming old timber bridges are now classified as 'State Significant' under the Heritage Act and remain in full service today.
Details the oral history of Lawrence Hargrave Drive and its positive impact on the local community.
Details the purpose of the NSW Vehicular Ferries project and some of the personal stories behind the State's vehicular ferries.
This oral history tells the story of how three towns - Goulburn, Armidale and Karuah - have changed since being bypassed.
Find out about the personal stories behind the Pacific Highway and the Sydney-Newcastle Freeway.
Chronicles the oral history of the Pavement recycling and stabilisation project.
Learn about the oral history project of the Road Location and Design project.
This oral history covers the three basic strands of road safety - the vehicle, the road environment and the driver.
This oral history examined all aspects of tolling – toll collectors, supervisors and managers, technicians and engineers.
This oral history tells the story of the organisation of the Sydney Harbour Bridge 75th anniversary event and the reaction of the community.
This oral history project focused on the personal stories behind the Sydney Harbour Bridge maintenance cranes, prior to their removal.
This oral history project examined the ideas and technologies which have been used over the years to manage traffic on the road network.
There have been many changes in the areas of vehicle regulation, driver testing and licensing and to their organisations.