Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight
Following extensive community consultation the NSW Government has announced
changes to the proposed Western Sydney Corridors.
NSW Budget 2018 is delivering safer roads and easing cost of living pressures across the State.
A new $10 million fund dedicated to expanding trials of driverless vehicles will form part of the NSW Budget being handed down on Tuesday to
Life-saving wire rope barriers, audio tactile line markings and more highway patrol officers in regional areas are just a handful of initiat
In the lead up to the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, the NSW Government is urging everyone to take extra care on the state’s roads.
Trucks will soon be able to “talk” to traffic lights as part of the NSW Government Innovation Initiative trial to tackle congestion.
The NSW Government is advocating for a national safety package for heavy vehicles at the Transport Infrastructure Council meeting in Darwin.
New ratings have been released to help parents choose the safest seat for their child.
Dangerous driving at level crossings in the Orana region will be targeted during a two week enforcement and awareness operation
After successful two year trial the Minimum Passing Distance Rule will be made permanent to improve safety of cyclists and drivers
The NSW Government is encouraging communities to identify ways to promote road safety in their local area.
The most dangerous hotspots on NSW roads will be upgraded as part of the NSW Government’s Safer Roads Program.
New legislative reforms will come into effect from 1 July 2018.
Shocking footage demonstrates consequences of incorrect seatbelt use and travelling in a reclined seat in a motor vehicle at 60 km/h
Sydney Harbour Bridge will be a wash of yellow from Sunday, 29 April - Sunday, 6 May for Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week
Calling on potential providers to present practical, technology-based solutions for mobile phone enforcement technology.
Safety of emergency service workers and volunteers receives huge boost with introduction of new road rule.
Dangerous behaviours by motorists at level crossings in Central West NSW will be targeted in the next two weeks.
Older boaties are being urged to exercise caution after an increase in the number of fatalities among seniors on NSW waterways.