Transport for NSW
Millions of commuters are taking advantage of contactless payments when taking
trains, trams, buses and ferries across the Opal network.
Planning is underway to provide around 1,000 additional commuter car parking spaces for transport customers at Leppington.
Planning is underway to provide around 2,000 additional commuter car parking spaces for transport customers in Edmondson Park.
Attendees at the 2020 Tamworth Country Music Festival have the chance to win a swag by sharing their Plan B to get home safely.
State Transit's bus drivers & mechanics get into the Christmas spirit and decorate buses for the Annual Christmas Bus Competition.
We’re using the latest technology to make our customer’s journeys easier. Find out more.
Road Safety in Tweed Heads will receive a welcome boost with the installation of two new red-light speed cameras.
29 community groups will share in Community Road Safety Grants worth a total of $435,375 to fund local road safety awareness projects in NSW
Commuters in the Tweed will benefit from a major bus network refresh, with more than 450 new additional weekly services.
MotoCAP is a world first safety rating system for motorcycle clothing. Check out the video to find out more about the program.
Check out the fly-through animation to get a first-look at the new trains.
TfNSW has announced a new innovation challenge to explore how technology can help women feel safer in and around public transport.
Drivers using a mobile phone illegally risk being caught on camera when the NSW Government’s mobile phone detection cameras switch on.
Drivers in NSW can use their phone to pay in a drive-through of a fast food outlet or at the boom gate of a car park from today.
Road Safety in Kotara will receive a welcome boost with the installation of a new red-light speed camera.
This week we launched a new Turn Up and Go bus trial running along Port Hacking Road, between Lilli Pilli Point and Caringbah Station.
A seamless trip to Sydney Airport is closer than ever with the Sydney Gateway project moving to the next stage of the planning process.
Roads and Maritime Services functions will now be transferred into a new, fully integrated Transport for NSW.