Transport for NSW
Drivers are being urged to take extra care and be patient on roads across the state this long weekend.
St Peters and Erskineville train stations will receive major makeovers, worth about $40 million.
Motorists heading home from school holidays this weekend are advised to plan ahead and allow extra travel time.
A temporary bus service is being extended to help keep the flood-affected communities of Camden Haven, Dunbogan and Laurieton connected.
The world’s smartest computer could be used to tackle Sydney’s complex transport problems.
Coffs Harbour customers will be the first in the world to climb aboard a fully automated public shuttle bus to operate without a supervisor.
Mr Rob Sharp will take up the role as Secretary at Transport for NSW, beginning April 7.
Trucks and buses regulations on Pennant Hills Road will be enforced from Monday
The Transport for NSW Digitisation Project Team has unveiled its historic 100-year-old photographic and video archive.
Customers using public transport in NSW have provided a vote of confidence in the comfort and cleanliness of services.
Transport for NSW has been impacted by a cyber-security attack on a file transfer system owned by international company Accellion
The commuter car park is proposed to be located off Webb Street.
Just three weeks after applications for the second year of the Regional Seniors Travel Card opened, more than 100,000 cards have been issued
The Western Harbour Tunnel and Warringah Freeway Upgrade has received planning approval from the NSW Government.
People with disabilities will soon be able to book a wheelchair accessible taxi using a service.
Survivors, families and dignitaries have paused to pay their respects on the 44th anniversary of the worst rail disaster in Australia.
Transport for NSW is launching a new trial that allows drivers to pre-book parking spaces at Park&Ride Ashfield.
Borrowed Landscape uses uncovered heritage artifacts and planting to provide an ever-changing, living sculpture for the Newcastle community.