Transport for NSW’s Safety Town characters Daisy and Sprocket have been brought to life.
Road safety is hitting the streets with the launch of the new Safety Town roadshow in schools, featuring the popular characters Daisy and Sp
Transport for NSW today announced the ongoing partnership with the 49th Annual NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout this long weekend.
Police officers will patrol level crossings in Tamworth from Monday 18 March to Friday 29 for an enforcement and awareness operation to ensu
Research report on leadership and safety performance on Sydney Metro Nortwest
Customers across the state’s train network are being reminded today of the risks of playing chicken with a train, as new footage reveals dar
An independent investigation report into the electric shock incident at the intersection of Ultimo Road and George Street, Haymarket, was re
Defining the legal guidelines, rules and regulations for Autonomous Vehicles.
A new enforceable code of conduct for bike share operators will make the management of share bikes easier for councils.
The NSW Government is advocating for a national safety package for heavy vehicles at the Transport Infrastructure Council meeting in Darwin.
Minimising/eliminating exposure to traffic for crossing supervisors.
‘Looking out for each other’ is an internal safety initiative aimed at changing our culture to one where everyone puts safety first.
All 5,000 Contract Buses in the State’s fleet of public and private buses with engine bay fire suppression technology.
Andrew Constance, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure launches a new safety campaign.
The Arncliffe Pedestrian Link gives pedestrians and cyclists an easier and safer way to travel between Arncliffe Street and Wollongong Road.
Providing long-term benefit to the community by delivering faster turnaround times and increased capacity on T1 North Shore line.
The Northern Sydney Freight Corridor Program will improve freight train capacity and reliability between Strathfield and Broadmeadow.
Two passing loops were built between Gosford and Narara Stations so freight trains on the Main North Line can let passenger services pass.
The Summerland Way Draft Corridor Strategy addresses the challenges of road safety, reliability, access, connectivity and maintenance.