Minister for Regional Transport and Roads
Work is beginning at Testers Hollow to reduce closures due to flooding and improve connectivity across a growing part of the Hunter region.
Construction on the Singleton Bypass is on track to start in 2023, with funding committed to finalise planning and deliver the bypass.
Bloomfield Street Gunnedah has been upgraded as part of a 1.8 kilometre bypass to assist heavy vehicles through town.
Regional rail and coach services will resume between Victoria and NSW next week as the border reopens.
A new law combining drink and drug driving and changes to the mobile speed camera program have been announced today.
Regional NSW will benefit from an unprecedented investment in the 2020-21 NSW Budget.
With a bumper crop season, red tape has been cut to allow for easier transport movements this harvest.
A new bridge crossing the Richmond River on the Pacific Highway at Wardell will assist Sydney/Brisbane freight movements.
Riders are being reminded to check the safety rating of their motorcycle gear when the MotoCAP ratings are released.
A new 30,000-litre water tank installed just off the Pacific Highway.
A Multimodal Corridor Study between Tugan and Tweed will examine transport opportunities including extending Gold Coast Light Rail into NSW.
A new 1300m rail siding at Coonamble South will deliver a major improvement to rail efficiency and open in time for the 2020/1 grain season.
Motorists are being urged to take it easy on NSW roads and for those attending the Bathurst 1000 Supercars to take care.
Sections of the former Murwillumbah Branch Railway are a step closer to being converted into a rail trail.
There will be further examination into the potential reactivation of the Cowra Lines.
The NSW Government has backed a tunnel as the best option for the Great Western Highway upgrade at Blackheath.
The first New Intercity Fleet train has travelled from Sydney to the multi-million dollar Kangy Angy Maintenance Facility.
The final section of the Bugilbone Pilliga Road has now been sealed, delivering all-weather access and improved freight efficiency.
The agricultural corridor between Baradine and Coonamble now has all weather access around Billy Kings Creek on Purlewaugh Road.