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.
The first passengers have ridden on the NSW Driverless Shuttle at Sydney Olympic Park, ahead of services starting in the coming weeks.
Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle with a five star safety rating is now easier to find thanks to the release of the latest Used Car Safe
Melinda Pavey today announced the launch of a world first rating system for motorcycle clothing – MotoCAP.
The NSW Government is continuing to come down hard on drivers who can’t keep their hands off their mobile phones.
NSW’s top cricketers continue to play a role in delivering important road safety messages to fans across the state.
Country roads across the state will benefit from 97 road safety projects delivered as part of the Saving Lives on Country Roads Program.
A new road rule starts on 1 September meaning drivers have to slow down to 40km/h when passing emergency vehicles showing blue or red lights
The NSW Government has launched a state-wide campaign to prepare motorists for the introduction of 40km/h rule
Installation of new red-light speed camera at intersection of the Pacific Highway and Bray Street.
The NSW Government has introduced new rules to allow all children under 16 years old to ride a bicycle on the footpath.