Australia New Zealand Regional Science Association International 2018 Conference
The conference theme is Uncovering Regional Possibilities
A new licence to operate air services between Sydney and Moree has opened for expressions of interest.
The NSW Government is advocating for a national safety package for heavy vehicles at the Transport Infrastructure Council meeting in Darwin.
Eligible Community Transport operators will receive a $3 million boost to help provide better services across NSW.
Three applicants have been shortlisted to put their plans forward to deliver the new fleet and maintenance facility.
Three new electronic message signs have been installed along the Pacific Highway to keep motorists updated with latest traffic information
Upgrades to the Great Western Highway between Hartley Valley and Forty Bends are now complete.
Waterfall Way connects the rural communities of Bellingen, Dorrigo and Ebor with the urban centres of Coffs Harbour and Armidale.
Expressions of interest have been called for an air transport licence to connect Sydney (Kingsford-Smith) Airport with Lord Howe Island.
The new bridge will be open to heavier vehicles, with the longstanding load restriction lifted.
Providing new trains and ferries for a more comfortable, reliable, efficient and accessible journey.
Project to start before the end of the year and align with any future duplication.
More than $1 billion will be spent improving roads across Western Sydney.
Installing a Digital Train Radio System for the entire electric network, including Kiama, Macarthur, Lithgow, Bondi Junction and Wickham.
A new fleet of intercity trains carrying customers from Sydney to the Central Coast, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains and the South Coast.
The Northern Sydney Freight Corridor Program will improve freight train capacity and reliability between Strathfield and Broadmeadow.
Two passing loops were built between Gosford and Narara Stations so freight trains on the Main North Line can let passenger services pass.