Future Transport Technology
Four popular Western Sydney locations have been selected to welcome the first of several shared e-scooter trials to roll out across NSW.
The On-road Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) Bus Trial is the first trial onboard a full-size, passenger-carrying bus in NSW.
Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) are game-changing technological innovations with the potential to transform the movement of people.
Research designed to explore the application of the Movement and Place Framework using immersive virtual environments.
The first trial of a hydrogen-powered electric bus will begin on the NSW Central Coast later this year.
Transport for NSW identified its Authorised Inspection Scheme (AIS) online application had been impacted by a cyber-incident.
Foundational research designed to support shared space design concepts and applications in NSW.
The roll-out of zero emission buses across NSW is being supported by a world first, locally developed technology trial in Western Sydney.
Collaborative research designed to review the current community transport ecosystem in Australia.
Voluntary guidelines for the introduction of any new stevedore landside charges, notification periods and explanation of price increases.
Local manufacturing a requirement for Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 final business case.
Real-time tracking technology has been installed on more than 70 buses in Greater Nowra.
People in Tamworth are now able to track the arrival of local bus services in real time with the installation of new technology.
Travelling in Albury is now even easier thanks to the installation of real-time tracking technology on more than 100 buses.
To help prepare our road network for autonomous vehicles, Transport for NSW ran the Cooperative Intelligent Transport Initiative to test and
Transport for NSW partnered industry and universities to test and trial an an automated smart shuttle at the Sydney Olympic Park precinct.
Watch our Future Mobility Testing Centre videos showcasing site facilities, equipment and testing operations.
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.