Minister for Transport and Roads
The NSW Government has today established an investigative Taskforce to examine recent fatalities of food delivery riders.
Commuters are being encouraged to plan for major track work, which will see no trains run across the Sydney Harbour Bridge for 10 days in ea
More than 1,200 extra services will help keep customers COVID safe across the Sydney transport network, as people continue to return to the
A new law combining drink and drug driving and changes to the mobile speed camera program have been announced today.
The NSW Government will commit a record $14 billion in city-changing transport infrastructure that will increase public transport services.
Road safety in West Pennant Hills will be improved with the reinstallation of a red-light speed camera at the intersection of Pennant Hills.
The NSW Government has today announced a major milestone in the delivery of the Sydney Gateway motorway
Sydney’s newest motorway, NorthConnex, will be open to drivers from Saturday 31 October.
Planning for the proposed M12 Motorway will be informed by significant community feedback following the release of public submissions.
The NSW Government has awarded a $370 million contract to build Sydney Metro’s new Crows Nest Station.
Dozens of workers have spent the night installing a 34-metre-long bridge across Newcastle Road.
The NSW Government has backed a tunnel as the best option for the Great Western Highway upgrade at Blackheath.
Customers on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore will benefit from more than 2,000 additional weekly bus services.
The first New Intercity Fleet train has travelled from Sydney to the multi-million dollar Kangy Angy Maintenance Facility.
A New Intercity Fleet train has travelled from Sydney to Lithgow, the first time a new electric train has travelled there in 30 years.
1,400 extra cleaners have helped achieve 1 million extra transport cleaning hours since March.
A new landmark is taking shape above Central Station, with a feature roof going up as part of the Sydney Metro construction works.
The first of 17 brand new Waratah Series 2 trains is entering service this week, three months ahead of schedule.
Transport for NSW will trial innovative data and technology ideas to improve safety for women travelling on public transport at night.