Customers can now have their say on the proposed upgrade of Mascot Station with the Review of Environmental Factors (REF) now available.
A Multimodal Corridor Study between Tugan and Tweed will examine transport opportunities including extending Gold Coast Light Rail into NSW.
Footy fans are being urged to plan ahead and stay vigilant to ensure everyone remains COVID Safe during the season’s finals.
1,400 extra cleaners have helped achieve 1 million extra transport cleaning hours since March.
The Bathurst Bullet has provided better connections between the Central West and Sydney for a year.
Orange residents will be given the opportunity through until August 16, 2020 to provide feedback on how to improve local bus services.
Until August 31, 2020, the community is invited to share their ideas on how to renew the public spaces around Circular Quay.
Customers can now access new technology giving them real time bus location and passenger load information around Dubbo.
Customers can now access new technology giving them real time bus location and passenger load information around Bega Valley.
Customers can now access new technology giving them real time bus location and passenger load information around Coffs Harbour.
An entire bus route (the 960) in Wagga Wagga will be the first entire route in NSW to feature Braille signage.
Thousands of extra services will continue across thepublic transport network with almost 200,000 students heading back to school tomorrow.
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