Future Transport Planning
A $7.1 million project to improve flood immunity on the Gwydir Highway in northern NSW has been completed.
Video cameras are being installed at locations throughout Forbes on 13 September, to develop traffic modelling for future road improvements.
A major milestone has been reached on the $12 million Mandagery Creek Bridge replacement project in the NSW central west.
With piling work progressing for New Dubbo Bridge, the focus has shifted to delivering 123 girders to the site between now and August 2024
Local school students are being invited to ‘Name the Crane’ used to help build the New Dubbo Bridge for the chance to win a prize.
More than 70,000 plants, including 280 new trees, will soon brighten the roadside of the Great Western Highway through Medlow Bath.
Residents of the Mid-Western region are invited to have their say on local transport services at a regional forum being held next month.
Work restarts on two road upgrades along the Great Western Highway at Medlow Bath and Coxs River Road, with a number of design improvements.
A regional forum is being held in Balranald with community members and key stakeholders to help tailor the future of transport.
The Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Act 2016 and Regulation 2017 is in effect.
A variety of information is available to in accordance with freedom of information and privacy laws.
Transport is taking a holistic approach to making places successful for communities.
Transport is committed to connecting our customers’ whole lives.
Wollongong has moved into the electric vehicle charging fast lane with its first high power charging station.
The new Future Transport Strategy sets the vision and direction for connecting our customers in the future and will guide investment decisions and priorities.
Work is underway to collect seeds from native plants and trees along the Great Western Highway ahead of future propagation and replanting.