Safe Accessible Transport program is a refreshed program focusing on delivering accessible, modern and safe transport which people can independently access and want to use.
Transport for NSW has appointed Transit Systems to enable delivery of the 2024 Temporary Transport Plan for the T3 Sydenham to Bankstown conversion as the line is upgraded for the new Metro.
A community bus named Wilba will remain on the streets of Bourke following confirmation of funding to extend a trial of the popular service.
Caravanners in the Mid-Western and Orange regions will be offered free road safety and caravanning advice at three caravan weighing days.
Community invited to talk to Transport for NSW ahead of traffic changes on Coxs River Road Upgrade at Little Hartley
Transport for NSW will hold a pop-up information stall for members of the public to learn about progress on the Coxs River Road Upgrade.
Work will begin tomorrow (Tuesday 23 January) to clean-up Rozelle Parklands and safely remove and dispose of all asbestos contaminated mulch from across the site.
Time Travellers unites modern images of journeys and travel with the DNA of Aboriginal Australia, connecting back to the origins of our river systems and sacred sites.
Rozelle Parklands will remain closed until further notice while contamination and remediation experts continue their work.
Motorists are enjoying smoother, safer rides into Bathurst following the completion of a major highway upgrade to the city’s east.
Local artists have taken inspiration from their Elders to create moving murals installed this week under the new Nowra Bridge.
Councils across NSW will soon be able to temporarily close local streets to vehicles to host more community events and boost outdoor dining experiences.
Peer through the treetops in this homage to one station’s 19th century name, Fern Hill, and meet some furry locals.
The Vibrant Streets Package is a $15 million investment to reimagine and re-energise our streets, transforming them into vibrant public spaces for people.
The next major milestone for the New Dubbo Bridge project is underway with the placement of the first of more than one hundred girders.
We recently asked for community feedback on a proposed temporary cycleway on Swanson Street into a temporary cycleway.
Road event permits are available for neighbourhood activities such as community barbecues, social gatherings, street parties, kids play days, and other non-commercial events organised by nearby residents.
The speed limit along a section of the Great Western Highway through Leura has been reduced to 70 km/h to improve safety for all road users.
Caravanners in the Bathurst region will be offered free road safety and caravanning advice at a three-day caravan weighing event.
If you’re planning a night out, you also need to plan a safe trip home - and you could win a new swag just by sharing your Plan B.
Thirteen residents have been appointed to two new advisory panels set up to provide local input on upgrades of the Great Western Highway