Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced the release of the Road Safety Plan 2021.
The NSW Government’s Road Safety Plan, which includes a range of measures aimed at reducing the road toll.
Increased funding for Crashlab to enhance local crash test capability to assist with independent testing of autonomous vehicle safety techno
The NSW Government will crack down on drug drivers by strengthening laws and boosting roadside drug testing.
73 projects across the state have been approved to share $17 million in funding under Round Two of the NSW Government’s Boating Now program.
Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey launched the State Government’s Maritime Safety Plan for NSW waterways.
The Roads Minister and Police are appealing to everyone to make driving safely their number one New Year's Resolution.
A common sense change to the way local councils apply for Fixing Country Roads Grants will see more projects delivered faster.
The NSW Government is urging motorists to re-think their driving behaviour with the launch of its Stop it…Or cop it enforcement campaign.
Industry feedback sought on a draft plan that identifies key freight priorities to deliver a more efficient freight system across NSW.
Regional communities across the state will have the chance to be the first town in NSW to trial an automated vehicle.
Almost 1500km of Lockhart Shire roads will be upgraded to provide access to heavy vehicle operators.
The first comprehensive road safety education campaign specifically targeting people living in regional NSW.
Ettamogah Rail Hub has been shortlisted for funding in the next stage of the NSW Government’s Fixing Country Rail infrastructure program.
Three new electronic message signs have been installed along the Pacific Highway to keep motorists updated with latest traffic information
The NSW Government has joined forces with high rating broadcaster Ray Hadley in the latest campaign against mobile phone use.
People around the world will pause tomorrow Sunday 19 November in commemoration of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
Some of the State's youngest football fans have been drafted to encourage motorists to slow down.
The NSW Government announced the funding for both the Junee North Triangle, and the Narrandera-Tocumwal Railway re-activation.