As work continues on reactivating the railway line between West Tamworth and Westdale, a pedestrian crossing at Bridge St will be closed.
COVID-19 stimulus funding for shovel-ready transport projects has seen more than 150 brought forward across NSW.
The upgrading of rail line between Berry and Bomaderry is well underway to provide a boost for rail freight through the region.
SMEC Australia Pty Ltd has been awarded the tender to develop a concept design for the Cowra Lines to establish if reactivation is feasible.
A passing loop being constructed at Maryvale will help ease congestion on the railway between Orange and Dubbo.
Reinstatement of the West Tamworth to Westdale section of the Barraba Branch is well under way with the first of four new bridges in place.
Design and planning work will begin on the intermediate passing loop (Junee to Griffith line) at Coolamon as part of Fixing Country Rail.
The new 24 hour rail maintenance facility at Kangy Angy is now officially open and will employ around 90 people.
The NSW Government will award a contract to UGL to operate and maintain the Country Regional Network (CRN) on behalf of Transport for NSW
NSW TrainLink drivers issue powerful warning reminding road users about the risks at level crossings.
With a bumper crop season, red tape has been cut to allow for easier transport movements this harvest.
A new 1300m rail siding at Coonamble South will deliver a major improvement to rail efficiency and open in time for the 2020/1 grain season.
There will be further examination into the potential reactivation of the Cowra Lines.
The Bathurst Bullet has provided better connections between the Central West and Sydney for a year.
A Jobs, Skills & Industry Participation Strategy has been developed that includes three key priority areas and objectives.
With regional passenger and freight trains operating as usual through the coronavirus situation, motorists are reminded to be alert.
We are taking extraordinary measures when it comes to keeping our network clean across the state.
Limited passenger and freight train services will resume along the Blue Mountains Line between Mount Victoria and Lithgow next week.
Motorists in the Central West Region who gamble with their safety at level crossings could face three demerit points and a $457 fine.