Trackwork begins on the Junee to Griffith line which will allow for 25 TAL (tonne axle load) trains.
Work has been completed on a rail crossing loop at Mount Murray to improve traffic movements on the line.
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.
The final section of the Pacific Highway upgrade, from Woolgoolga to Ballina, is now open to traffic.
Bloomfield Street Gunnedah has been upgraded as part of a 1.8 kilometre bypass to assist heavy vehicles through town.
There will be a temporary easing of container storage limits at Port Botany.
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 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.
A new bridge at Deep Creek near Dorrigo will improve road safety and remove the need for a 50km detour for freight vehicles.
The final section of the Bugilbone Pilliga Road has now been sealed, delivering all-weather access and improved freight efficiency.
The agricultural corridor between Baradine and Coonamble now has all weather access around Billy Kings Creek on Purlewaugh Road.
New pop-up test clinics have been announced for Taree, Forbes and Narrabarba, south of Eden.
A new permit has been created for high performance vehicles using the Hume Highway allowing them to carry additional supermarket freight.
Road train operators can now access more than 900 kilometres of additional road network, making it easier to move freight across the State.
The NSW Government is keeping freight moving and freight workers safe with dedicated pop-up COVID-19 testing sites on key freight routes.
Fast-tracked planning assessments will enable construction on the Botany Rail Duplication and Cabramatta Loop Project to begin within months