Armidale and Uralla are set to receive better public transport services with a revamped bus network from Monday 11 December.
The NSW Government is funding a new bus layover facility as part of the Bus Priority Infrastructure Program to improve the reliability and efficiency of bus services, while easing congestion for all road users.
Transport for NSW is taking key steps to improve bus services along the Victoria Road corridor for trips towards the city.
Transport for NSW (Transport) is taking key steps to enhance bus services along the Victoria Road corridor for trips to and from the city.
Transport for NSW is taking key steps to improve bus priority through Rozelle by introducing an offset citybound bus lane and outbound bus lane.
The Illawarra community is invited to provide feedback on three proposed sites for bus layover operations.
Bus operators across NSW are looking for staff to fill job vacancies across various areas of expertise now.
Sydney Metropolitan and Outer Metropolitan Bus Service Performance related reports
Locals and visitors to the Coffs Harbour area are encouraged to get on board a better bus network operational from Monday.
Transport for NSW is assessing a number of sites in Wollongong and Shellharbour to identify the most appropriate locations for bus layover facilities.
Help us deliver a more reliable, frequent and easy-to-use bus and light rail network across the Six Cities.
The Bungendore and Braidwood communities have had their say about a recent review of the local transport network and are strongly in favour of improved connectivity and safety upgrades.
A popular bus service that connects people in rural and remote communities to regional and city centres will include a weekend service.
The Dubbo community is encouraged to get on board improved public transport in the city, with a better bus network operational from today.
Around 1800 more buses in regional NSW are to be fitted with technology allowing bus users to get real-time trip information.
Up to 80,000 fans are expected at Accor Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park for the NRL and NRLW Grand Final on Sunday 1 October.
A major boost for public transport in Dubbo with 112 extra weekly bus services to roll out from October.
Coffs Harbour’s public bus network will be overhauled from 30 October with more than 200 extra services each week.
Transport for NSW is planning new bus services to connect local communities to the Western Sydney International Airport and Bradfield ahead of the Airport opening in 2026.
The purpose of this project is to develop a proof-of-concept tool for predicting replacement bus needs during unexpected network disruptions.