Keeping it local is the focus of the $2.2 billion Coffs Harbour bypass project with every effort being made to employ locally.
Two-hundred extra pairs of hands are now hard at work in the State’s west to support crews repairing and the flood-affected road network.
The NSW Government has announced a key partnership with a consortium to drive forward the next phase in the revitalisation of Circular Quay.
The Sydney Terminal Building at Central Station will receive a $350 million face lift, restoring the signature buildings to its former glory
A key milestone for the New Dubbo Bridge is taking place this week with piling work starting on the floodplain adjacent to River Street.
Work on the final stage of a $26.4 million upgrade of a major NSW highway is starting this week, improving safety along a vital link in the State’s North West.
Abergeldie has been selected as the successful contractor to build the New Dubbo Bridge across the Macquarie River, the floodplain and the adjoining road construction.
The final designs for Rozelle Parklands, which will create 10 hectares of open green space close to the Sydney CBD, have been unveiled.
Transport for NSW is installing a number of machine learning traffic counting and classifying cameras across the state.
The NSW Liberal and Nationals Government is creating more than 80 new full time jobs to help with the delivery of the $19.4 billion regional roads and transport pipeline during the most significant La Nina event the state has faced.
Transport for NSW is upgrading the tidal flow system for improved safety and traffic management on Princes Highway and Canal Road in St Peters, just north of Sydney airport.
Construction on the $2.6 billion Sydney Gateway road project next to Sydney Airport has hit a major milestone, with 50 per cent complete.
Commercial fishing vessels, tourist operators and local boaters will have safer and improved access to the Tweed River.
The NSW Government’s vision to transform the Port of Eden into a major cruise and boating destination is taking shape.
As road transformations north of the new Nowra Bridge continue, progress to the south is about to reach an exciting milestone.
The historic Nowra bridge could be repurposed into a pedestrian and cycling path, or a new event space for the region following the results of a community survey regarding the Bridge’s future.
The Princes Highway between Bomaderry and Nowra will be a hive of roadwork activity over the coming months as the Nowra Bridge project moves into the next phase of construction.
Narooma residents are invited to give their feedback on a new $4 million wharf as plans for the project are put on public display.
Through the state-led rezoning process, Transport for NSW is seeking to adaptively re-use the Workshop for a mix of commercial offices, retail space and other community activities.