Minister for Transport and Infrastructure
“Today marks the start of the huge task of digging twin tunnels under the city, delivering Sydney’s new world-class metro railway"
Customised, accessible buses will transport Invictus Games athletes around Sydney for the international competition
The NSW Government is doubling the number of carriages on the South Coast Line’s busiest four-car services.
The NSW Government is opening up the disused tunnels and train platforms of St James Station to create Sydney’s next attraction underground.
The NSW Government has today confirmed that major construction of light rail track will be completed on time by the end of September.
A safety device offering customers a new level of protection has been rolled out across the hugely successful and popular B-Line fleet.
The CBD and South East Light Rail project has reached a significant milestone, with daytime testing of the Light Rail Vehicles.
The NSW Government today announced Australia’s biggest ever purchase of lifts and escalators
Train service changes and improvements from 30 September to support customers while the railway between Epping and Chatswood is upgraded.
The successful Opal Park & Ride trial is being expanded to a second train station commuter car park
OpalPay will soon be available for On Demand public transport customers in the Eastern Suburbs
The home of Sydney’s new light rail fleet and nerve centre for the CBD and South East Light Rail operations has been unveiled
Sydney’s new metro train has passed a historic test crossing the new landmark railway bridge over Windsor Road at Rouse Hill.
A $95 million investment into the central west will see Bells Line of Road upgrades and bypasses at Blackheath and Mt Victoria.
Following extensive community consultation the NSW Government has announced
changes to the proposed Western Sydney Corridors.
The NSW Government is pushing ahead with the Western Metro, reserving an initial $3 billion for the game changing project.
The NSW Government today announced a $14.4 billion budget for public transport and infrastructure.
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
Sydney Trains customers will be able to choose the right carriage based on real-time train occupancy data.