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The next stage of the $3.1 million upgrade to Dubbo’s historic railway station will soon get underway.
Motorists on the Central Coast will benefit from safer and smoother journeys with the completion of safety improvement work on Wilfred Barrett Drive.
The NSW Government is trialling technology at three passive railway level crossings in regional NSW. The trials are designed to improve safety by improving driver awareness of the level crossing and its risk.
The community is invited to the unveiling of two murals at the upgraded Moree Railway Station on 30 May.
The Renewal and Heritage program works with communities, councils, and businesses to reactivate under-utilised Transport for NSW assets and properties.
The NSW Government has partnered with the Australian Government and local councils to build the Western Sydney Airport Precinct, a new region of the Western Parkland City, which will deliver far-reaching, transformational change for the people of Western Sydney.
The NSW Government is delivering the Resilient Valley, Resilient Communities - Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley Flood Risk Management Strategy (the Flood Strategy). As part of the Flood Strategy, Transport for NSW has identified more than 100 infrastructure improvements at key low points of the flood evacuation road network in the Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley.
More high school students in Dubbo will have access to a pair of empowering cultural programs, thanks to the NSW Government’s Transport Access Regional Partnership (TARP) program.
Work is underway to collect seeds from native plants and trees along the Great Western Highway ahead of future propagation and replanting.
Metro Art is a legacy-building cultural program, designed to elevate the customer’s experience of public transport in Sydney.
The Digital Systems Program will replace signalling and train control technology with modern, internationally proven, intelligent systems.
Virtual Warrane is an immersive journey through a virtual heritage landscape that depicts a day in the life of the Traditional Owners.
Modifications to existing maintenance & stabling facilities at Eveleigh, Gosford, Broadmeadow, Lithgow, Hamilton, Wollongong & Port Kembla.
The Bus Priority Program is part of the NSW Government’s long term plan to future proof the state’s bus network.
The Northern Sydney Freight Corridor Program will improve freight train capacity and reliability between Strathfield and Broadmeadow.
Sydney’s future rail network and new fleet of trains need a more robust and reliable power supply.
Sydney’s light rail program connects Sydney’s future transport network, taking passengers from Dulwich Hill all the way to the CBD.