The NSW Government is extending a trial for free travel for young people in Broken Hill during school holidays.
A program to fit out out more than 2500 dedicated school buses with seatbelts will be extended throughout the Hunter region.
All seven of the NSW Government’s remaining On Demand pilot services in rural and regional NSW will be made permanent from 1 July 2022
Bilambil Heights commuters are being provided increased bus services with Surfside Buslines adding peak hour connections for the 611 route.
The NSW Government will invest $218.9 million over the next seven years to support the bus fleet move to zero emissions technology.
Bus drivers will get a clearer run on their bus routes following the introduction of new rules to tow vehicles illegally parked in bus zones
The first trial of a hydrogen-powered electric bus will begin on the NSW Central Coast later this year.
A bus operator in Gilgandra has worked with Transport for NSW and gone above and beyond to provide a special service for a family in need.
Current and ex-defence force personnel living in regional NSW will be able to travel for free on public transport this Anzac weekend.
Real-time tracking technology has been installed on more than 70 buses in Greater Nowra.
People in Tamworth are now able to track the arrival of local bus services in real time with the installation of new technology.
Travelling in Albury is now even easier thanks to the installation of real-time tracking technology on more than 100 buses.
Students in regional communities can now buckle up and ride to and from school more safely with seatbelts installed in every school bus.
The NSW Government is investing $70 million to transition the state’s bus fleet to zero emissions technology.
Busways North West will take over operating local bus services for customers in Sydney’s North West and parts of the Lower North Shore
From this Sunday, 5 December, a new and improved integrated transport network will be introduced for customers in Sydney’s southeast.
Commuters in Sydney’s CBD and southeast will soon benefit from 136 new zero emissions buses.
More replacement bus services and a new permanent ferry route will provide extra travel options for customers of the Inner West Light Rail f
Thousands of local bus services on Sydney’s Lower North Shore and Northern Beaches will be delivered by operator Keolis Downer from today.