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
The newly widened Purvis Lane is delivering quicker journeys and improved heavy vehicle access to the North Dubbo industrial precinct.
Transport for NSW has published the NSW Empty Container Supply Chain Study with recommendations to improve how empty containers are managed.
Work has commenced on the Mount Murray Loop Extension to accommodate kilometre long trains as part of the Fixing Country Rail program.
It’s crucial we get medical supplies into hospitals and stock onto supermarket shelves. Movement of freight across the state has never been
Limited passenger and freight train services will resume along the Blue Mountains Line between Mount Victoria and Lithgow next week.
The Heavy Vehicle Access Policy Framework delivers greater national harmonisation, better safety and efficiency outcomes.
A new plan released today will deliver safer, faster, more efficient and sustainable freight movement to boost a growing NSW economy.
Appendix: Engagement to develop the final Freight and Ports and Plan
How we will respond to challenges and opportunities
This chapter provides an overview of the NSW port and freight sector, outlining the challenges and opportunities statewide.