New vehicle safety technology will be put to the test at higher speeds and over longer distances at Australia’s first ever testing facility.
Confronting vision has been released showing pedestrians risking their lives on the state’s roads.
Changes will be made to the road rules requiring drivers to slow down to 40km/h when passing stationary emergency vehicles.
Local communities are being encouraged to be proactive about road safety by applying for a Community Road Safety Grant, with the deadline fo
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole joined with NRMA to release the 2019-20 Used Car Safety Ratings Buyers Guide.
A program aimed at encouraging road safety awareness, leadership and well being among young Indigenous people has been launched.
RMS, NSW Police and Keolis Downer are reminding motorists to be tram aware in the Newcastle CBD
Transport for NSW has teamed up with the NSW State of Origin Team to launch the 2019 Knock-on effect campaign
All drink driving offenders can now immediately lose their licence under tough new penalties.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge has tonight lit up yellow to mark the start of National Road Safety Week.
Drivers are being urged to brush up on their knowledge during Road Rules Awareness Week from 8-14 April.
Police officers will patrol level crossings in Tamworth from Monday 18 March to Friday 29 for an enforcement and awareness operation to ensu
School crossings across NSW will be made even safer with 300 more lollipop supervisors to be provided
Under the new laws, mid-range drink drivers will now spend at least three months disqualified and need to have an alcohol interlock installe
NSW is set for another road safety blitz that will see more than six thousand kilometres of vital road safety work delivered
Pedestrian safety around Zetland and Waterloo will be improved with infrastructure upgrades at busy pedestrian locations.
World-first cameras capable of identifying drivers illegally using mobile phones have been switched on at two locations in Sydney for a thre
Thirty-five fewer lives were lost on our roads in 2018, compared with 2017, marking the biggest reduction in five years.
New drink driving reforms have passed NSW Parliament signalling the end of the road for this dangerous behaviour behind the wheel.