New pop-up test clinics have been announced for Taree, Forbes and Narrabarba, south of Eden.
The Community is invited to have a say regarding a new Murray River Crossing at Swan Hill.
A new permit has been created for high performance vehicles using the Hume Highway allowing them to carry additional supermarket freight.
Transport Access Program is delivering accessibility station upgrades at nine regional stations.
An upgrade of the Tamworth Intermodal Rail Line is on target for delivery with the NSW Government announcing $28 million for the project.
The 837 Queanbeyan to Googong bus route is about to receive 68 extra services every week.
Daracon Contractors Pty Ltd has won the contract to deliver upgrade works along Cessnock Road, Testers Hollow.
As the 2020/21 bushfire season approaches, work to improve bushfire resilience is underway along major regional highways.
Orange residents will be given the opportunity through until August 16, 2020 to provide feedback on how to improve local bus services.
Bathurst residents are invited to have a say through until August 16, 2020, on how bus services around the region might be improved.
Identifying travel needs to help develop and deliver integrated transport service plans.
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.
The NSW Government has partnered with the NRMA to deliver at least 20 additional electric vehicle fast chargers to the existing regional net
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.