The final 56-kilometre sealing of Carrigan Road is now complete, providing all-weather access for heavy vehicles.
Work is being completed on 25 bridges in Tenterfield to allow for higher mass limit (HML) vehicles in a boost to freight productivity.
Two new freight-friendly COVID-19 testing sites are opening along key routes in Western NSW to further support the industry.
The ageing timber truss bridge over the Rouchel Brook on Rouchel Road is being replaced by a new dual-lane concrete structure.
Freight operators are experiencing more reliable and safer journeys crossing Marthaguy Creek with a new Wonbobbie Road bridge now open.
Road train operators can now access the entire length of the Newell Highway including through Parkes.
Artist Saretta Fielding will be showcased at the Lake Macquarie Gallery from September 9 and an online community session on September 3.
Consultation for the Lower Hunter Freight Corridor has been extended until 13 September due to continuing COVID-19 restrictions in place.
A dedicated freight-friendly COVID-19 testing site is opening in Wetherill Park, making it easier for heavy vehicle drivers to get tested.
Consultation for the Lower Hunter Freight Corridor has been extended until 31 August due to COVID-19 restrictions in place across NSW.
Transport for NSW is seeking input from freight industry stakeholders to inform a Strategic Business Case for a Freight Community System.
As work continues on reactivating the railway line between West Tamworth and Westdale, a pedestrian crossing at Bridge St will be closed.
A proposed route for a future rail freight corridor around Newcastle has been put out for public consultation.
The upgrading of rail line between Berry and Bomaderry is well underway to provide a boost for rail freight through the region.
SMEC Australia Pty Ltd has been awarded the tender to develop a concept design for the Cowra Lines to establish if reactivation is feasible.
A passing loop being constructed at Maryvale will help ease congestion on the railway between Orange and Dubbo.
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.
To assist the movement of supermarket and medical supplies after recent weather events, road freight access on key routes will be expanded.