Councils are being urged to have their say on the biggest review of the State’s road network in more than a decade.
The Kings Highway will be re-opened to traffic this afternoon, after crews worked around the clock to repair damage caused by fires.
Level crossing safety will be at the forefront of the Transport for NSW display at the Australian National Field Days at Borenore this week.
Fixed speed cameras across the state have reduced fatalities by 80 per cent, according to the latest annual performance review.
Transport for NSW today announced the ongoing partnership with the 49th Annual NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout this long weekend.
Motorists are being reminded to slow down and take care on regional roads this long weekend with double demerits to apply.
Country roads across the state will benefit from 97 road safety projects delivered as part of the Saving Lives on Country Roads Program.
A road upgrade to create a major heavy vehicle route linking the Newell Highway to busy grain handling facilities at Wirrinya, south-west of
New road safety measures announced, including an increase in demerit points from four to five for illegal mobile phone use while driving.
Using cutting edge in-car technology aimed at reducing road casualties.
A $95 million investment into the central west will see Bells Line of Road upgrades and bypasses at Blackheath and Mt Victoria.
Life-saving wire rope barriers, audio tactile line markings and more highway patrol officers in regional areas are just a handful of initiat
The NSW Government is advocating for a national safety package for heavy vehicles at the Transport Infrastructure Council meeting in Darwin.
The most dangerous hotspots on NSW roads will be upgraded as part of the NSW Government’s Safer Roads Program.
A common sense change to the way local councils apply for Fixing Country Roads Grants will see more projects delivered faster.
Almost 1500km of Lockhart Shire roads will be upgraded to provide access to heavy vehicle operators.
Three new electronic message signs have been installed along the Pacific Highway to keep motorists updated with latest traffic information
Woolgoolga to Halfway Creek Pacific Highway upgrade is now open to motorists.
Transport for NSW is teaming up with 130 councils across the state to improve the safety of local government roads.