The ageing timber truss bridge over the Rouchel Brook on Rouchel Road is being replaced by a new dual-lane concrete structure.
The new $2.1 million Tillegra Bridge over the Williams River has opened to traffic.
COVID-19 stimulus funding for shovel-ready transport projects has seen more than 150 brought forward across NSW.
Bunnan Road, Moonan Brook Road and Barrington Tops Forest Road are part of a $15 million program to improve roads in The Hunter.
A pilot is currently underway to make it simpler for high productivity vehicles in using local roads from the farm gate to a main road.
Bus Safety Week is a reminder that being bus aware is just as important on country roads as it is in the city.
The NSW Government has teamed up with State of Origin legends and NSW Rugby League to encourage fans to make safer decisions on our roads.
NSW TrainLink drivers issue powerful warning reminding road users about the risks at level crossings.
Fixing Country Roads has funded the upgrading of bridges at Gresford and Lostock in the Upper Hunter.
A Fixing Country Roads upgrade of Colinroobie Road will improve freight connectivity between Leeton and Narrandera.
Construction on the Singleton Bypass is on track to start in 2023, with funding committed to finalise planning and deliver the bypass.
Bloomfield Street Gunnedah has been upgraded as part of a 1.8 kilometre bypass to assist heavy vehicles through town.
With a bumper crop season, red tape has been cut to allow for easier transport movements this harvest.
A new bridge crossing the Richmond River on the Pacific Highway at Wardell will assist Sydney/Brisbane freight movements.
A new bridge at Deep Creek near Dorrigo will improve road safety and remove the need for a 50km detour for freight vehicles.
A roundabout will be installed at the Gocup Road and Snowy Mountains Highway intersection in Tumut to improve safety.
The agricultural corridor between Baradine and Coonamble now has all weather access around Billy Kings Creek on Purlewaugh Road.
Drivers across Australia now have a one-stop shop for road disruption information on Transport for NSW’s www.livetraffic.com website.
New pop-up test clinics have been announced for Taree, Forbes and Narrabarba, south of Eden.