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.
The NSW Government has announced the first timber bridges to receive funding through Round Two of the $500 million Fixing Country Bridges.
The green route has been confirmed as the preferred option for a new crossing over the Murray River, following community consultation.
The construction contract for an intersection, part of early works for the New Dubbo Bridge, has been awarded to Abergeldie Contractors.
Measures to protect the platypus population at River Lett are included in plans for the West section of the Great Western Highway upgrade.
Main West Rail Line Capability Enhancement program
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.
A $43 million rail upgrade in the Central West comprising four passing loops is providing more efficient access to market for producers.
Motorists in Dungog Shire are seeing the results of initiatives being developed and delivered to increase connectivity and improve safety.
The Newell Highway upgrade between Narrabri and Moree will provide local jobs and business opportunities when work gets underway in July
Work is starting on six new overtaking lanes on the Newell highway between Coonabarabran and Narrabri, a route popular with grey nomads
The $1.7 billion upgrade of the Newell Highway is surging ahead with design work starting on the Newell and Oxley highways intersection.
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Sam Farraway today announced the Farm Gate Access network will become permanent.
Longer, more productive heavy vehicles will now be able to drive along the Kamilaroi Highway, saving transport operators up to an hour.
Fifteen members have been appointed to the new NSW Freight Transport Advisory Council (FTAC) today, to be chaired by Duncan Gay.
The NSW Freight Transport Advisory Council is a ministerial advisory council reporting to the Minister for Regional Transport and Roads.