Minister for Transport and Infrastructure
No stopping major work on Coffs Harbour Bypass
The detailed design for the Coffs Harbour bypass has been finalised, clearing the way for major construction to start in March.
NSW pitches in to help fans celebrate Socceroos' sweet 16 success
The NSW Government is getting behind the Socceroos and activating Sydney to allow football fans to come together to cheer on the Socceroos when they step onto the pitch for their final 16 match in the 2022 World Cup on Sunday morning.
New Nowra Bridge deck passes halfway point
Work on the new Nowra Bridge continues to power ahead with the new bridge deck now more than halfway across the Shoalhaven River.
Design work to boost safety and improve traffic flow at Coonabarabran
The $1.7 billion upgrade of the Newell Highway is surging ahead with design work starting on the Newell and Oxley highways intersection.
$20 million facelift completed at Wollstonecraft Station
The $20 million upgrade to Sydney’s Wollstonecraft Train Station is now open to commuters.
Newcastle gearing up for first electric buses
Newcastle public transport is a step closer to energy transition, with preparations underway for the arrival of three Zero Emission Buses.
South West Sydney Big Winners as NSW Delivers More Commuter Car Parks
Sydney’s south west commuters will benefit from around 3,300 additional commuter car parking spaces as Edmondson Park South opens today.
Funding to help communities make roads safer
Round seven of the NSW Government’s Community Road Safety Grants program is now open.
Mariyung fleet receives final safety tick
The Mariyung Fleet has received approval to start carrying customers from the independent Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator.
Record transport investment to boost jobs and drive certainty for Greater Sydney
The NSW Government has committed $71.5 billion over four years to bolster its unprecedented transport infrastructure program.
Risky business: A warning for rail commuters
Commuters are being urged not to take chances on the rail network, after a number of dangerous incidents were caught on camera.
Pyrmont perfectly poised for vibrant future
A new 20-year vision for Pyrmont will shape the waterfront peninsula as an innovative, connected and creative around-the-clock destination.
Record recruitment drive for new apprentices
Sydney Trains is looking to hire a record number of new apprentices, with 90 positions on offer.
New Waratah trains arrive in Newcastle
The first two of Sydney’s seventeen new Waratah Series 2 trains have arrived at the Port of Newcastle.
Eat street transformation begins
Major construction for the Parramatta Light Rail has begun on ‘Eat Street’ in a step towards the revitalisation of the famous dining strip.
Buckle up: 150 new school buses in regional NSW
Regional communities will benefit from an extra 150 new school buses fitted with seatbelts.
More jobs and less crowding thanks to Metro West
Minister for Transport Andrew Constance is calling on the community to have their say on Metro West.
Stimulus package delivers new cleaners to combat Covid-19
More than 550 new and redeployed cleaners are boosting the State’s first line of defence against COVID-19.
How commuters can help prevent COVID-19 spread
Commuters are being urged to plan ahead and consider travelling outside peak hour where possible.
Light Rail to open 14 December
The CBD and South East Light Rail will open on Saturday, 14 December.