Minister for Transport and Roads
A $15 million upgrade to Petersham Station is complete, months ahead of schedule.
Drivers across the state will have access to the best fast-charging network in Australia under the NSW Electric Vehicle Charging Masterplan.
Drivers are reminded to slow down and take extra care in school zones across NSW, with schools remaining open for families who need it
Customers are feeling more satisfied with their ‘safety and security’ on public transport, despite pandemic disruptions.
Transport for NSW has invited feedback on its strategy to transition the State’s fleet of gas buses to Zero Emission technology.
Dapto and Shellharbour Junction train stations will be upgraded to prepare for the introduction of the Mariyung fleet.
A dedicated freight-friendly COVID-19 testing site is opening in Wetherill Park, making it easier for heavy vehicle drivers to get tested.
Fixed warning signs for mobile speed cameras will start rolling out across NSW this month.
Three brand new Emerald Class ferries, set to service customers on the F1 Circular Quay – Manly route, have arrived in Sydney Harbour.
Drivers are being reminded to slow down and take extra care with school zones back in force across New South Wales from today.
More than 50 new electric buses will roll out across Sydney over the next year.
New penalties have come into force that target corporations who fail to nominate drivers for offences detected by cameras.
Public transport customers are being encouraged to promote compassion, caring and generosity, both on and off the network, to mark the month
Drivers caught with a combination of illegal drugs and alcohol in their system will face harsher penalties, under the Four Angels Law
The transformation of 10 hectares of industrial land at Rozelle into public open space has been granted planning approval.
Locally manufactured electric buses will begin appearing in the network later this year with the fleet electrified by 2030.
After an independent review of the Point to Point sector by Sue Baker-Finch, Transport for NSW is implementing a number of reforms.
New child car seat safety ratings have been released to help parents and carers choose safe seats, and to encourage manufacturers to produce
The MV Freshwater has returned to customer service after a major $7 million makeover to improve customer comfort and accessibility.