The Bega Valley will be one of the first regional areas in the State where customers can track the arrival of their bus.
Capacity on public transport will increase across the network today, but customers are being reminded to stay safe.
A trial coach service between Goulburn and Sydney will become a regular timetabled service from July 1.
An expansion in eligibility for concession travel will see veterans with a disability, widows among those saving on public transport fares.
Broken Hill residents will continue to benefit from improved connectivity with coach service trials to Mildura and Adelaide extended.
Opal fares will change from July 6, including a temporary 50 per cent discount for off-peak travel on bus, train, metro and light rail.
We’re urging customers to avoid peak hour on public transport and consider other ways of getting around our beautiful cities and regions. He
Measures to enhance safety and ensure physical distancing are being rolled out across the regional transport network.
More than 550 new and redeployed cleaners are boosting the State’s first line of defence against COVID-19.
The Transport network is playing a vital role however we’re encouraging people to postpone non-essential travel.
Transport For NSW is an essential service and during these challenging times we’ll continue to operate across the state.
Transport for NSW understands the critical role that all modes of transport are playing as the state deals with the Coronavirus.
Commuters are being urged to plan ahead and consider travelling outside peak hour where possible.
Wagga Wagga is set to see a major boost to bus services with a new timetable delivering more than 240 extra bus services a week.
The trial of On Demand buses in Macquarie Park, known as Keoride, will take its last trip on 20 March.
Planning is underway to provide around 1,000 additional commuter car parking spaces for transport customers at Leppington.
Planning is underway to provide around 2,000 additional commuter car parking spaces for transport customers in Edmondson Park.
Transport for NSW now offers taxi and rideshare options to customers planning trips.
The driverless shuttle bus service at Sydney Olympic Park is the first vehicle in the country to interact autonomously with live traffic.