Minister for Regional Transport and Roads
After an independent review of the Point to Point sector by Sue Baker-Finch, Transport for NSW is implementing a number of reforms.
New child car seat safety ratings have been released to help parents and carers choose safe seats, and to encourage manufacturers to produce
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.
Landmarks across NSW are being lit yellow to mark National Road Safety Week.
Road users will benefit from $135 million in road safety projects
One of Sydney’s oldest ferries will be repurposed by an Aboriginal Maritime charity thanks to a $300,000 NSW Government grant.
Investigations are now underway to make an 11-kilometre tunnel between Katoomba and Lithgow
Reinstatement of the West Tamworth to Westdale section of the Barraba Branch is well under way with the first of four new bridges in place.
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.
Mr Rob Sharp will take up the role as Secretary at Transport for NSW, beginning April 7.
A defining part of Australia’s steam train history is returning to the rails this weekend after more than a decade
Bus Safety Week is a reminder that being bus aware is just as important on country roads as it is in the city.
The NSW Government has teamed up with State of Origin legends and NSW Rugby League to encourage fans to make safer decisions on our roads.
Design and planning work will begin on the intermediate passing loop (Junee to Griffith line) at Coolamon as part of Fixing Country Rail.
Trackwork begins on the Junee to Griffith line which will allow for 25 TAL (tonne axle load) trains.
The new 24 hour rail maintenance facility at Kangy Angy is now officially open and will employ around 90 people.