The Australian and NSW Liberal and Nationals Governments will join forces to turbocharge a program which will improve local roads.
A trial coach service between Wagga Wagga and Canberra will become a regular timetabled service from July 1.
Small bush communities now have more travel choices and better connectivity to nearby centres with six new bus services rolling out across.
Regional transport services will be able to carry greater numbers of passengers to the bush from July 1 as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
Travellers are being urged to plan ahead, allow extra journey time and stay safe this Queen’s Birthday long weekend.
Regional economies will receive a shot in the arm as road and maintenance works are accelerated as part of a $100 million stimulus.
As children return full-time to the classroom this week, additional transport staff are being deployed in the regions to assist passengers.
With regional passenger and freight trains operating as usual through the coronavirus situation, motorists are reminded to be alert.
Measures to enhance safety and ensure physical distancing are being rolled out across the regional transport network.
Regional communities will benefit from an extra 150 new school buses fitted with seatbelts.
More seniors are set to benefit from the NSW Government’s $250 Regional Seniors Travel Card.
The 16 Regional Cities Program is a commitment to improving public transport services throughout regional NSW.
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.
Six new transport services connecting small regional communities will soon hit the road.
More than 100,000 rural and regional seniors have successfully signed up for the NSW Government’s new $250 Regional Seniors Travel Card.
Up to 80 Coffs Harbour seniors will be the first to try out the NSW Government’s $250 Regional Seniors Travel Card from 23rd January.
Limited passenger and freight train services will resume along the Blue Mountains Line between Mount Victoria and Lithgow next week.
The Regional Rail Fleet Project will start to ramp up in 2020 as work begins on the new maintenance facility in Dubbo.
The Kamilaroi Highway south-east of Narrabri will receive a significant safety boost with a $22 million upgrade package underway.