The installation of traffic lights on Heathcote Road Voyager Point is a significant milestone in preparing for a major upgrade.
Transport for NSW has partnered with Cisco Systems Australia to trial the use of Artificial Intelligence and WiFi technologies on CCTV camer
Smart CCTV cameras have been installed at three Pick-up / Drop-off (PUDO) Bays in the Waverley Council area.
New child car safety seat ratings have been introduced to make it easier for parents when choosing a seat.
Food delivery drivers are to be provided with protective equipment and compulsory safety induction training under new industry regulations.
Rubber gap filler technology is being trialed at Circular Quay, to improve safety and accessibility across the Sydney Trains network.
We’re urging customers to avoid peak hour on public transport and consider other ways of getting around our beautiful cities and regions. He
Medical equipment and other supplies are critical for our doctors and nurses to save lives. Our people at TfNSW are working overtime with th
Safety of customers and staff is our number one priority, so we’ve created a taskforce to respond to the evolving coronavirus situation.
We salute our dedicated rail and road maintenance teams who work tirelessly behind the scenes to keep our network running.
During this unusual time, customer service staff across our network have never been more important.
They are the face of our organisation, s
During this difficult time, it’s never been more important to look after your mental health, and check in on others.
It’s crucial we get medical supplies into hospitals and stock onto supermarket shelves. Movement of freight across the state has never been
In this week's vodcast, we talk to frontline workers from NSW Trainlink and STA, and Chief People officer Kirsten Watson about the issues fa
To our non-essential travellers...Thank you for listening to government recommendations and staying home
We are taking extraordinary measures when it comes to keeping our network clean across the state.
The Transport network is playing a vital role however we’re encouraging people to postpone non-essential travel.
Transport For NSW is an essential service and during these challenging times we’ll continue to operate across the state.
We’re doing everything possible to keep our network clean and safe for our customers and staff to contain the spread of COVID-19.