Transport for NSW
The community have been invited to have their say on the plans to deliver a new southern concourse at Redfern Station.
Thousands of passengers are set to benefit from a new Customer Management Team to help keep people safe on the Sydney Trains network.
As children return full-time to the classroom this week, additional transport staff are being deployed in the regions to assist passengers.
With regional passenger and freight trains operating as usual through the coronavirus situation, motorists are reminded to be alert.
Hundreds of additional transport staff are being deployed across the network to assist customers as more people return to work and school.
The NSW Government has signed two construction contracts to modernise and upgrade infrastructure on the rail network.
A number of temporary initiatives across the city to give people more options to safely walk, cycle and commute to work have been announced.
The NSW Government has today released its plan to provide a COVID-safe transport network.
Medical equipment and other supplies are critical for our doctors and nurses to save lives. Our people at TfNSW are working overtime with th
Jobs in the New South Wales construction sector will receive a major boost ahead of the start of work on the M6 Stage 1.
Critical construction and maintenance work across NSW roads and transport networks is being ramped up to keep people in jobs during COVID-10
Drivers are reminded to look out for young children in driveways on the first National Low Speed Vehicle Run Over Prevention Awareness Day.
Minister for Transport Andrew Constance today announced the start of the tender process to build almost 50km of new metro railway tunnels.
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.