Green Light Day is a NSW-based industry and government awareness activity to highlight careers in the transport and logistics industry.
The FNAP is an initiative designed to minimise the impact of freight rail noise on NSW residents.
We launched the Freight Noise Attenuation Program (FNAP) in late 2015 to minimise the impact of freight rail noise on NSW residents.
There are about 9,400 kilometres of nominal route standard gauge rail across NSW, of which around 6,400 kilometres is operational.
Dangerous goods are classified as substances and articles that pose an extreme risk to people, property and the environment.
Pilotage is the service to navigate a vessel into, within or out of port waters.
$8.5 billion to continue building and improving road, maritime and freight infrastructure.
Project to start before the end of the year and align with any future duplication.
Through a record $52.2 billion investment, we are connecting people, shaping cities and boosting economic growth for NSW.
Pipelines offer a solution for the efficient, safe and cost effective transportation of fuels.
The NSW road network is almost 185,000 kilometres in length and carries more than 60 per cent of the freight moved in the State.
Extensive infrastructure and upgrades along the South Orange Economic Growth Corridor.
Applications open for $150 million Fixing Country Rail
26 truck washes in NSW set to receive a share of $10 million.
A list of successful projects.
The NSW Government today announced the second round of Fixing Country Roads is open and a further $50 million is available to councils.