Minister for Transport and Roads
Children will be safer while travelling on NSW roads, after newly updated child seat guidelines were released
Major construction of the Parramatta Light Rail maintenance and stabling facilities will begin mid-year.
Mr Rob Sharp will take up the role as Secretary at Transport for NSW, beginning April 7.
Rubber gap filler technology is being trialed at Circular Quay, to improve safety and accessibility across the Sydney Trains network.
The new Sydney Metro station at Barangaroo is taking shape 30 metres underground.
Plans are underway to build a new cycleway on Sydney’s Oxford Street east.
Design changes to the future M12 Motorway have been announced today.
The NSW Government has teamed up with State of Origin legends and NSW Rugby League to encourage fans to make safer decisions on our roads.
The new 24 hour rail maintenance facility at Kangy Angy is now officially open and will employ around 90 people.
A billion dollar investment will see hundreds of extra rail services being introduced.
The NSW Government is considering the recommendations made in an independent review of the point to point transport industry.
A Park and Ride trial will enable commuters to pre-book parking near Ashfield railway station.
New draft guidelines are being drawn up to better protect food delivery workers.
Additional COVID-19 cleaning squads have been deployed across the CBD with a focus on five key locations.
Bus customers will start benefitting from quieter and cleaner journeys in Sydney’s south west, after the first electric bus rolled out.
Drivers are being urged to take extra care and slow down with school zones back in force from today
The revitalisation of Parramatta’s ‘Eat Street’ is well underway with the first tracks laid for Parramatta Light Rail in the dining precinct
The NSW Government will build a new metro railway station at Pyrmont as part of the mega Sydney Metro West project.
The NSW Government has today established an investigative Taskforce to examine recent fatalities of food delivery riders.