With the new M4 tunnels open to traffic, the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government is continuing to build Sydney’s motorway network.
The new M4 Tunnels will open from Saturday morning, slashing travel times for tens of thousands of Western Sydney drivers.
Planning is underway to build a new multi-storey commuter car park on Jersey Street, Hornsby.
Regional NSW will benefit from safer and more efficient road, rail and freight networks thanks to
unprecedented investment, as part of the N
Unprecedented investment in road and rail projects across NSW will be taken to the next level, with $55.6 billion allocated across the next
Thirty-five fewer lives were lost on our roads in 2018, compared with 2017, marking the biggest reduction in five years.
The first passengers have ridden on the NSW Driverless Shuttle at Sydney Olympic Park, ahead of services starting in the coming weeks.
Installation of new red-light speed camera at intersection of the Pacific Highway and Bray Street.
The Newell Highway is the longest highway in NSW, stretching over 1060 kilometres from the Victorian border at Tocumwal to the Queensland bo
The NSW Government is funding the planning of the Coffs Harbour bypass.
The Woolgoolga to Ballina project will upgrade about 155 kilometres of highway. The project starts about six kilometres north of Woolgoolga
Sydney Airport and Port Botany drive the NSW economy with $31 billion of output each year – and growing.
The NSW Government is upgrading roads around Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport to help improve traffic flow around the airport and Port Botan
Installation of new red-light speed camera at intersection of Woodville Road and Louis Street.
A road upgrade to create a major heavy vehicle route linking the Newell Highway to busy grain handling facilities at Wirrinya, south-west of
New road safety measures announced, including an increase in demerit points from four to five for illegal mobile phone use while driving.
Using cutting edge in-car technology aimed at reducing road casualties.
Installation of new red-light speed camera at intersection of Sherbrooke Street and Railway Street
A $95 million investment into the central west will see Bells Line of Road upgrades and bypasses at Blackheath and Mt Victoria.