The 16 Regional Cities Services Improvement Program is a commitment to improving public transport services throughout regional NSW.
The Be Freight Fit pilot aims to provide heavy vehicle drivers with an opportunity to manage their rest and break times in a way that promotes improved health and wellbeing.
Borrowed Landscape uses uncovered heritage artifacts and planting to provide an ever-changing, living sculpture for the Newcastle community.
Funding rail infrastructure enhancement projects that eliminate connectivity constraints on the NSW regional rail network.
Applications for Funding Open
Fixing Country Roads is a freight program to improve freight connectivity across Regional NSW.
Transport for NSW launched the Freight Noise Attenuation Program in late 2015 to minimise the impact of freight rail noise on NSW residents.
Our vision is that NSW will take the lead in applying new and emerging technologies to improve transport for customers.
The Get NSW Active program invests in walking and cycling infrastructure through a collaboration between the NSW Government and Councils.
Level crossing collisions between trains and vehicles are a major road safety risk.
The artwork embedded into the station landscapes, structures and spaces stretches across the 8 stations of the Metro North West Line.
Sydney’s light rail program connects Sydney’s future transport network, taking passengers from Dulwich Hill all the way to the CBD.
On this page you can find all Maritime projects throughout NSW. These projects are related to Maritime property and commercial.
Metro Art is a legacy-building cultural program, designed to elevate the customer’s experience of public transport in Sydney.
The Northern Sydney Freight Corridor Program will improve freight train capacity and reliability between Strathfield and Broadmeadow.
The Parking Space Levy (PSL) is one of a number of NSW Government strategies to help reduce congestion in key business districts.
The NSW Government will introduce a package of reforms to help the point to point transport industry provide more choice and availability of
Sydney’s future rail network and new fleet of trains need a more robust and reliable power supply.