NSW TrainLink drivers issue powerful warning reminding road users about the risks at level crossings.
New draft guidelines are being drawn up to better protect food delivery workers.
Drivers are being urged to take extra care and slow down with school zones back in force from today
Drivers are being warned against complacency despite NSW recording its lowest road toll in almost 100 years, with 297 deaths in 2020.
Drivers are being urged to slow down and travel safely this holiday season, as the NSW Police state-wide road safety operation kicks off.
The final section of the Pacific Highway upgrade, from Woolgoolga to Ballina, is now open to traffic.
Used car buyers will be able to make the safest possible choice with the release today of the 2020-21 Used Car Safety Ratings Buyers Guide.
Motorists are being reminded to make a Plan B to get home safely after a night out, as part of a statewide campaign.
The NSW Government will crack down on life threatening behaviour on our State’s roads, with the launch of a new safety campaign.
Motorists are being urged to take extra care on the roads as headers and trucks mobilise to take off the biggest crop in years.
Rugby league legends are helping drive the road safety message by speaking with local students about the knock-on effect of road trauma.
A new law combining drink and drug driving and changes to the mobile speed camera program have been announced today.
The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge will light up yellow tonight to mark the start of National Road Safety Week.
Road safety in West Pennant Hills will be improved with the reinstallation of a red-light speed camera at the intersection of Pennant Hills.
Road safety in Kensington will be improved with the reinstallation of a red-light speed camera at Anzac Parade and Todman Avenue.
Riders are being reminded to check the safety rating of their motorcycle gear when the MotoCAP ratings are released.
Speeding heavy vehicle drivers will have more chance of being caught on the M4 when average speed cameras are turned on from tomorrow.
Motorbike riders are encouraged to learn how to better protect themselves on the road by using anti-lock braking.
Motorists are being urged to take it easy on NSW roads and for those attending the Bathurst 1000 Supercars to take care.