With regional passenger and freight trains operating as usual through the coronavirus situation, motorists are reminded to be alert.
Measures to enhance safety and ensure physical distancing are being rolled out across the regional transport network.
During this unusual time, customer service staff across our network have never been more important.
They are the face of our organisation, s
In this week's vodcast, we talk to frontline workers from NSW Trainlink and STA, and Chief People officer Kirsten Watson about the issues fa
The Transport network is playing a vital role however we’re encouraging people to postpone non-essential travel.
The Digital Systems Program will replace signalling and train control technology with modern, internationally proven, intelligent systems.
Transport for NSW is rolling out new technology to upgrade Sydney's rail network and introducing modern signalling systems.
Road coaches will replace some NSW TrainLink services from Tuesday, 31 December until further notice due to recent bushfires.
Hunter commuters will have more choice with two new direct trains from Singleton to Newcastle, seven days a week, starting from January 2020
The NSW Government will fast-track the delivery of another 17 new air-conditioned Waratah Series 2 trains in response to growing demand acro
The NSW Liberals & Nationals Government will deliver new train carriages and extra seats on the South Coast to address a huge spike in custo
The NSW Government is conducting heritage restoration works at Museum Station.
Seventy new weekly train services are among the many improvements being introduced ahead of the start of Sydney Metro.
The NSW Government is improving accessibility at Redfern Station as part of the Transport Access Program.
The NSW Government will fast-track the delivery of another 17 new air-conditioned Waratah Series 2 trains in response to growing demand.
Following a successful trial on light rail and ferries, contactless transport payments will be available on Opal train services.
Australia’s first purpose-built rail operations centre is on track to be fully operational by the end of the year.
The NSW Government is doubling the number of carriages on the South Coast Line’s busiest four-car services.