Word is underway to widen and seal the road shoulder beside the Great Western Highway at Faulconbridge to improve safety.
Understanding how mitigation strategies reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Commuters are asked to avoid all non-essential travel as severe weather continues to impact the state’s rail network with flooding, landslips and trees on tracks.
Motorists are asked to avoid non-essential travel if possible as more traffic is expected with rail disruptions set to continue throughout this week due to severe weather.
Extreme weather continues to impact the roads network and Transport for NSW is asking motorists to take care when travelling.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade returns to the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Saturday 5 March.
Commuters can now share in a unique travel experience listening to the Dreamtime stories of local Aboriginal peoples on their train journey from Sydney to Newcastle.
Work to introduce a 30 km/h speed limit in Helensburgh town centre as part of a long-term vision to make it a safe and welcoming place to visit, stay and shop is set to start next week.
Work to introduce an 80 km/h speed limit on Moss Vale Road at Cambewarra will start in coming weeks.
Abergeldie Pty Ltd has been awarded the tender to build a new $12 million concrete bridge over Mandagery Creek at Manildra.
Minister for Transport and Veterans David Elliott is urging boaters on the North Coast to stay off waterways until dangerous conditions and extreme weather subside.
Inner West Light Rail services will resume next weekend after trams from the CBD and South East line were successfully tested for customer operation.
Calmer waters are on the horizon for the Port of Eden with construction underway to build a wave attenuator on the NSW far south coast.
Community Members can put their hand up to be part of a consultation group as part of the $4.5 billion Great Western Highway Upgrade.
Construction is underway on the new M12 Motorway which will connect into the coming Western Sydney Airport.
A visionary plan to build over rail lines at Central will deliver a new public square and parkland, office space and housing.
Work is underway to collect seeds from native plants and trees along the Great Western Highway ahead of future propagation and replanting.
The NSW Government is extending a trial for free travel for young people in Broken Hill during school holidays.
Fifty new trees have been planted along the eastern entrance to Bathurst as part of the Great Western Highway Upgrade from Kelso to Raglan