Have your say on the proposal for the Sydney Park Junction walking, cycling and public domain improvements
The community can now have their say on a proposal to transform the southern end of King Street into a new public space.
Automatic pedestrian signal crossings, operating 24 hours a day, will be expanded into major health precincts across Greater Sydney.
The NSW Government has introduced new rules to allow all children under 16 years old to ride a bicycle on the footpath.
A new enforceable code of conduct for bike share operators will make the management of share bikes easier for councils.
Detailed guidelines on occupying road space, with a focus on special events.
The NSW Government's guidelines for walking and cycling programs
The bicycle is turning 200 and the NSW Government is celebrating with a display of historic and modern bikes at Central Station.
Local walking and cycling projects across the state receive a $62 million boost to better link communities and encourage active transport.
The Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link will create a shared pedestrian and bicycle path for fun, exercise and local commutes.
With NSW Bike Week in its 21st year, Transport for NSW is encouraging riders to get on their bikes and prioritise safety.
NSW Bike Week is here again for its 22nd year and with more than 80 events being held across the state, communities across NSW are…