The final 56-kilometre sealing of Carrigan Road is now complete, providing all-weather access for heavy vehicles.
Drivers across the state will have access to the best fast-charging network in Australia under the NSW Electric Vehicle Charging Masterplan.
The $1.18 billion Warringah Freeway design and construction contract has been jointly awarded to CPB Contractors and Downer EDI Works.
Two new freight-friendly COVID-19 testing sites are opening along key routes in Western NSW to further support the industry.
Freight operators are experiencing more reliable and safer journeys crossing Marthaguy Creek with a new Wonbobbie Road bridge now open.
Road train operators can now access the entire length of the Newell Highway including through Parkes.
A trial bus service to better connect Jindabyne, Perisher and Thredbo will make travelling through the Kosciuszko National Park even easier
The new Road Transport (General) Regulation 2021 commenced on 1 September 2021 to replace the Road Transport (General) Regulation 2013.
Construction of Australia’s biggest road infrastructure project has reached another major milestone.
To assist the movement of supermarket and medical supplies after recent weather events, road freight access on key routes will be expanded.
A new Berrys Bay Community and Stakeholder Working Group has been appointed.
Trucks and buses regulations on Pennant Hills Road will be enforced from Monday
A trial will commence to introduce GPS repeaters into motorway tunnels.
Roadheaders have carved their way from the M4-M5 Link Tunnels into the M8 Motorway, connecting the two stages of the WestConnex project
The final section of the Pacific Highway upgrade, from Woolgoolga to Ballina, is now open to traffic.
The NSW Government has taken the next step towards delivering the Western Harbour Tunnel by finalising its shortlist for a potential partner
Bloomfield Street Gunnedah has been upgraded as part of a 1.8 kilometre bypass to assist heavy vehicles through town.
Transport for NSW are identifying a future transport link between the Hume Motorway and Appin Road, east of Appin village.
With a bumper crop season, red tape has been cut to allow for easier transport movements this harvest.
Road safety in West Pennant Hills will be improved with the reinstallation of a red-light speed camera at the intersection of Pennant Hills.