A $7.1 million project to improve flood immunity on the Gwydir Highway in northern NSW has been completed.
The NSW Government has begun work to deliver a heavy vehicle rest area in Sydney for truck
drivers to rest, park, shower and access services
The Transport for NSW display at this year's AgQuip field days will have a safety focus
Find all information on this page related to network closures, and disruptions, emergencies and drought relief and recovery.
Facts for farmers covering registration support, road access, heavy vehicle registration, OSOM loads and more.
Work to build the New Dubbo Bridge is forging ahead with the permanent closure of a section of River Street to take place soon
The Brig O’Johnston Bridge at Clarence Town is back in action following the completion of emergency repair work – more than two weeks ahead of schedule.
Early work starts this week on a $12.1 million project to replace a major crossing over Spring Creek in the North West of New South Wales.
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The NSW Government has established a Taskforce responsible for reducing the number of overheight truck incidents in Sydney’s road tunnel network.
The NSW Government is working to get overheight trucks off the road by enforcing registration stripping of heavy vehicles that close Sydney tunnels.
Valuable flood data collected during last year’s seven-week closure of the Newell Highway will help guide a flood-mitigation program.
A new heavy vehicle inspection station to be built on the Golden Highway will make one of the state’s key freight links safer.
Work to improve flood immunity on a key section of the Gwydir Highway is nearing completion after COVID-19 and extreme weather delays.
Work to improve flood immunity on a key section of the Gwydir Highway is nearing completion after COVID-19 restrictions and weather delays.
The Fixing Country Roads, Fixing Local Roads and Fixing Country Bridges Programs, provide funding to regional councils to support improvements.
The Newell Highway has reopened between Forbes and West Wyalong after flood waters and extensive damage forced a 49-day closure.
A key milestone for the New Dubbo Bridge is taking place this week with piling work starting on the floodplain adjacent to River Street.