Boaters are urged to stay off waterways until dangerous conditions and extreme weather subside, following heavy rain over Sydney and hazardous surf warnings along almost the entire coast of NSW.
Commuters are being urged not to rush or be distracted while travelling on the rail network to avoid slips, trips and falls.
A new red-light speed camera has been installed at the intersection of Rickard Road and Lady Cutler Avenue in Bankstown.
Motorists travelling on the M1 motorway will benefit from a major safety upgrade at Ourimbah rest area.
A program to fit out out more than 2500 dedicated school buses with seatbelts will be extended throughout the Hunter region.
New traffic light locations and parking are among some of the options discussed in the
Mogo Pedestrian Safety Feedback Report.
Australia's largest road safety event, bstreetsmart, returns to Qudos Bank Arena after a two-year break due to COVID.
Transport for NSW is inviting parents and supervisors of learner drivers to attend a road safety workshop in Gunnedah.
Four popular Western Sydney locations have been selected to welcome the first of several shared e-scooter trials to roll out across NSW.
A new red-light speed camera will be installed at the intersection of Windsor Road and Schofields Road in Rouse Hill.
A new red-light speed camera will be installed at the intersection of Camden Valley Way and M5 South Western Motorway.
Transport for NSW and Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues launch Building the Blues, a new mini-documentary on road safety featuring Brad Fittler.
Road safety in Roseville will receive a boost with a new red-light speed camera installed at the Archbold Rd and Boundary St intersection.
Drivers have been warned to slow down at a rail level crossing at Mogriguy, north of Dubbo, with a 60 km/h speed limit to come into effect.
Measures to protect the platypus population at River Lett are included in plans for the West section of the Great Western Highway upgrade.
Drivers have been warned to slow down at two rail level crossings in the Dubbo electorate with reduced speed limits now in effect.
The NSW Government has committed to funding the repair bill for damage to Culgoora Road caused by increased heavy vehicle traffic.
The NSW Government has partnered with the Sydney Swans to release a new social media campaign on the dangers of driving using a mobile phone
A new red light speed camera at the intersection of Coward Street and Bourke Road in Mascot.