Extra crews to deliver a fully sealed Silver City Highway from Broken Hill to the Queensland border by the end of the year.
Two new double-lane concrete bridges on the Darling River Run between Bourke and Wilcannia are improving access for freight in the far west.
Fifty new trees have been planted along the eastern entrance to Bathurst as part of the Great Western Highway Upgrade from Kelso to Raglan
Motorists have been warned to slow down at two rail level crossings in the Forbes Shire, with reduced speed limits to come into effect.
The NSW Government has announced the first timber bridges to receive funding through Round Two of the $500 million Fixing Country Bridges.
Several intersection upgrades and three new overtaking lanes make up the first major work
of a Newell Highway upgrade
Dalmeny Drive at North Narooma is being made safer for road users with the reduction of an existing speed zone from 80 km/h to 60 km/h.
A busy intersection with a history of near-misses has been upgraded to improve safety for motorists travelling between Bathurst and Oberon.
Transport for NSW and Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues launch Building the Blues, a new mini-documentary on road safety featuring Brad Fittler.
Work is set to begin on the second of three stages of pavement rehabilitation to improve safety on the Newell Highway.
The Kamilaroi Highway between Narrabri and Wee Waa has reopened to heavy traffic following emergency work to repair Spring Creek Bridge.
Drivers have been warned to slow down at a rail level crossing at Mogriguy, north of Dubbo, with a 60 km/h speed limit to come into effect.
Work to build the new Towong Bridge across the Murray River will start next month.
Plans to improve safety and travel times on Tamworth’s Goonoo Goonoo Road are progressing.
The speed limit along a busy local road north-west of Mudgee will be cut by 20 km/h for the safety of all road users.
Drivers have been warned to slow down at four rail level crossings in the Barwon electorate with reduced speed limits to come into effect fr
The NSW Government has committed to funding the repair bill for damage to Culgoora Road caused by increased heavy vehicle traffic.
Construction on the Parkes Bypass is roaring ahead with more than 100,000 cubic metres of earth removed to make way for the upgrade.
Motorists in Dungog Shire are seeing the results of initiatives being developed and delivered to increase connectivity and improve safety.