Minister for Transport and Infrastructure
Ninety taxi licences will be issued in Sydney from July, but no new licences will be added to regional areas.
More than 110 bus services an hour between Epping and Chatswood in busy periods from 30 September for final stage of Metro construction
The convenience of the Opal card is now coming to the train station carpark.
Draft corridors for four major future road and rail infrastructure corridors which will help establish the Western Sydney Parkland City.
The first of 24 new air-conditioned suburban trains has rolled on to the Sydney network for testing today.
Visitors can glimpse the future at Transport for NSW’s exciting exhibition at the 2018 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
From today customers catching ferries and light rail across Sydney can now choose to pay with their credit card.
New Sydney Metro underground platforms at Central Station and Central Walk will be built, after a $955 million contract was announced.
Transit Systems has won the competitive tender to operate bus services in Sydney’s Inner West.
May Gibbs, one of Australia’s most treasured children’s authors will be recognised on Sydney Harbour.
Bus fares in regional NSW will be dramatically reduced following recommendations made by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal.
Customers are thanked for their extreme patience after major incidents affected train services across the network over recent days.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced the appointment of Rodd Staples as Secretary of Transport for NSW.
Transport Minister Andrew Constance and Cronulla MP Mark Speakman announced funding to plan work to replace the Gannons Road Rail Bridge.
My Fast Ferry customers travelling to and from Manly will be the first to trial the new NSW government payment method OpalPay – in the first
Tourists and residents will continue flying to Lord Howe Island under a new deal struck by QantasLink and Transport for NSW.
The completed upgrade will make it easier for less mobile customers, including those with a disability and parents with prams.
Three applicants have been shortlisted to put their plans forward to deliver the new fleet and maintenance facility.
An additional 8,600 new weekly train, bus and ferry services is transforming Sydney’s public transport network.