The NSW Government has begun planning for the extra demand and requirements of an ageing population
Public transport is the best option for anyone heading to the Invictus Games in Sydney with plenty of extra services operating
Sydney’s new metro railway is a step closer after meeting two major milestones deep underground.
14th International Conference on Advanced Systems in Public Transport (CASPT)
Transport for NSW is boosting safety across the electrified rail network by delivering new Automatic Train Protection (ATP) technology.
Eligible Community Transport operators will receive a $3 million boost to help provide better services across NSW.
Alexa will provide real time train, ferry and light rail arrival information from Transport for NSW.
Bus fares in regional NSW will be dramatically reduced following recommendations made by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal.
The Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2018-22 highlights Transport's continuing focus on the needs of those with a disability.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced the appointment of Rodd Staples as Secretary of Transport for NSW.
Shoppers heading into the City during this year’s Boxing Day sales will be given an extra treat.
Planning at the Crossroads - Transport and planning – planning for the future
An additional 8,600 new weekly train, bus and ferry services is transforming Sydney’s public transport network.
Starting in 2018 as a trial, new same day return TrainLink coach services will operate between Bourke and Brewarrina, and Dubbo.
The results of a literature search on integrated bike lanes by the Library and Research Services Unit.
The network standard Opal fares will be introduced on the Wollongong Shuttle from 29 January 2018.
The Northern Beaches will get turn-up-and-go B-Line bus services from November 26 as part of major improvements to the local bus network.
Public transport is moving forward and new timetables will be introduced from 26 November 2017.
Open data is a game changer for the way we solve problems.