Future Transport Technology
Opal digital customers will gain credit to their account when they transfer to public transport from Ubers and other rideshare services
Customers will now have a one-stop shop to recover items lost on public transport, with a new digital system launching.
A trial will commence to introduce GPS repeaters into motorway tunnels.
Coffs Harbour will be one of the first regional centres in the State where customers can track the arrival of their bus.
TfNSW is committed to improving women's safety with the launch of a collaborative Women's Safety Charter and Innovation Challenge.
Armidale locals and visitors are invited to jump aboard the fully electric driverless shuttle, better known as ARDi, for the last time.
The driverless shuttle bus service at Sydney Olympic Park is the first vehicle in the country to interact autonomously with live traffic.
Opal Connect rewards customers who use The Ponds and Norwest On Demand buses with a $2 travel credit when they transfer to the Opal network.
Stage two of Armidale's driverless vehicle trial has begun, with residents invited aboard for testing.
Uber is integrating public transport information into its app in an exciting new collaboration with Transport for NSW.
Bus customers will be able to tap their credit cards on Opal readers as a simple new way to pay for their Adult Opal fare.
Ongoing trials of On Demand Public Transport across urban areas are entering a new stage
Introducing Transport Bot, our very own real-time intelligent transport assistant equipped to answer over 600 travel questions.
Dubbo, the city that welcomed the Royal couple, will make headlines again as it launches the world’s first driverless ute.
Coffs Harbour, known for its beautiful beaches and Big Banana, today welcomed another star attraction, BusBot to its foreshore.
Following a successful trial on light rail and ferries, contactless transport payments will be available on Opal train services.
Enabling customers to plan, book and pay for their journeys in one place - and across all types of transport - is at the heart of new trials
The first passengers have ridden on the NSW Driverless Shuttle at Sydney Olympic Park, ahead of services starting in the coming weeks.
Coffs Harbour will be one of two regional areas in NSW to host a fully automated vehicle trial.