Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight
Australia’s most famous maths teacher Eddie Woo is the face of a new campaign to encourage drivers to slow down on our roads.
A new red-light speed camera will be switched on at the intersection of the Hume Highway and Shellcote Road in Chullora.
Boaters are being urged to look out for each other, monitor weather conditions and wear a lifejacket over busy summer holidays.
The $1.18 billion Warringah Freeway design and construction contract has been jointly awarded to CPB Contractors and Downer EDI Works.
New child car safety seat ratings have been introduced to make it easier for parents when choosing a seat.
A new initiative has been launched to address suicide in the construction sector
A new smart card is set to make trips easier for people who receive subsidised taxi fares through the NSW Taxi Transport Subsidy Scheme
The New M5 tunnels between Beverly Hills and St Peters, is scheduled to open in the early early hours of Sunday morning.
Regional communities will benefit from an extra 150 new school buses fitted with seatbelts.
Minister for Transport Andrew Constance is calling on the community to have their say on Metro West.
More than 550 new and redeployed cleaners are boosting the State’s first line of defence against COVID-19.
More than 11 million customer journeys have been made on Sydney’s North West Metro.
A review into the safety of cyclists on Scott Street in the mixed running section of the Newcastle Light Rail has been completed.
History has been made in Sydney’s CBD with the first mega tunnel boring machine arriving at the new Pitt Street metro station.
A program aimed at encouraging road safety awareness, leadership and well being among young Indigenous people has been launched.
Under the new laws, mid-range drink drivers will now spend at least three months disqualified and need to have an alcohol interlock installe
NSW is set for another road safety blitz that will see more than six thousand kilometres of vital road safety work delivered
The NSW Government will invest millions in cleaner transport options.
World-first cameras capable of identifying drivers illegally using mobile phones have been switched on at two locations in Sydney for a thre