Transport for NSW
Motorists travelling on the M1 motorway will benefit from a major safety upgrade at Ourimbah rest area.
Extra crews to deliver a fully sealed Silver City Highway from Broken Hill to the Queensland border by the end of the year.
The NSW Government is extending a trial for free travel for young people in Broken Hill during school holidays.
Fifty new trees have been planted along the eastern entrance to Bathurst as part of the Great Western Highway Upgrade from Kelso to Raglan
The NSW Government has committed a one-off $2 million funding program to support maintenance and repair works to boating infrastructure
Boating facilities across the state are being overhauled through a funding injection of up to $28 million.
Motorists will soon experience a safer journey on Flatrock Road at Mundamia, with the
speed limit to be reduced from 100 km/h to 60 km/h.
Caravanners and motorhome owners in the west of the state will be offered free safety advice as part of the Mundi Mundi Bash.
A number of Medlow Bath residents will be offered early noise mitigation for their homes
The first phase of the New Dubbo Bridge project has kicked off starting with a critical new intersection.
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has recognised Boating Safety Officer and volunteer Eric Taylor with the NSW Maritime Medal 2021 for Community.
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has recognised volunteer Ian Baker of Marine Rescue NSW with the NSW Maritime Medal 2021 for Safety.
The upgrade of Henry Lawson Drive in Sydney’s south-west is moving into a new phase.
Research in partnership with University of Technology Sydney to examine shared space road infrastructure and underlying design principles.
Transport for NSW has celebrated the selfless actions of staff who answered the call to help evacuate a Narrandera nursing home.
Woy Woy motorists are closer to safer journeys with a report issued on submissions for upgrades on Blackwall Road intersections.
Transport for NSW is inviting parents and supervisors of learner drivers to attend a road safety workshop in Gunnedah.
Research by TfNSW and University of Sydney to better understand mobility as a service (MaaS) requirements in a regional context.
The Western Gateway is the first to progress to the planning stage, enabling an expanded southern CBD.