Minister for Regional Transport and Roads
Work is being completed on 25 bridges in Tenterfield to allow for higher mass limit (HML) vehicles in a boost to freight productivity.
Two new freight-friendly COVID-19 testing sites are opening along key routes in Western NSW to further support the industry.
The ageing timber truss bridge over the Rouchel Brook on Rouchel Road is being replaced by a new dual-lane concrete structure.
Freight operators are experiencing more reliable and safer journeys crossing Marthaguy Creek with a new Wonbobbie Road bridge now open.
Road train operators can now access the entire length of the Newell Highway including through Parkes.
Drivers are reminded to slow down and take extra care in school zones across NSW, with schools remaining open for families who need it
A dedicated freight-friendly COVID-19 testing site is opening in Wetherill Park, making it easier for heavy vehicle drivers to get tested.
A record number of new apprentices and trainees are being hired to work on vital road and transport infrastructure, helping to keep jobs.
Fixed warning signs for mobile speed cameras will start rolling out across NSW this month.
A trial bus service to better connect Jindabyne, Perisher and Thredbo will make travelling through the Kosciuszko National Park even easier
The Mariyung Fleet has received approval to start carrying customers from the independent Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator.
Regional communities in remote and outlying areas can now apply for one-off grants through Transport Access Regional Partnerships.
The NSW Government’s $100 million stimulus spend to accelerate shovel-ready road and maintenance works has benefited Lake Macquarie Road.
A weekly trial coach service to better connect Cootamundra and Goulburn customers to Wyangala and Canberra has been extended until the end o
A weekly trial coach service to better connect Conargo to Echuca, and communities in between, has been extended until the end of the year.
A weekly trial coach service to better connect Tumut to Wagga, and communities in between, has been extended until the end of the year.
As work continues on reactivating the railway line between West Tamworth and Westdale, a pedestrian crossing at Bridge St will be closed.
A proposed route for a future rail freight corridor around Newcastle has been put out for public consultation.
COVID-19 stimulus funding for shovel-ready transport projects has seen more than 150 brought forward across NSW.