Transport for NSW
Rezoning of land around Railway Square marks the beginning of Sydney's future Silicon Valley.
Orange residents will be given the opportunity through until August 16, 2020 to provide feedback on how to improve local bus services.
Bathurst residents are invited to have a say through until August 16, 2020, on how bus services around the region might be improved.
Until August 31, 2020, the community is invited to share their ideas on how to renew the public spaces around Circular Quay.
Transport for NSW will soon seek expressions of interest for a potential Development Partner to assist with procurement and delivery.
The TCB Program will deliver state-of-the-art vehicle tracking & automatic passenger counting technology across the regional NSW bus network
Transport for NSW today announced a new reduced speed zone of 30 km/h will be implemented in Liverpool to provide a safer environment.
The first two of Sydney’s seventeen new Waratah Series 2 trains have arrived at the Port of Newcastle.
The Newcastle Bus Interchange has opened today, the final transport link in the NSW Government’s $650 million Revitalising Newcastle program
The NSW Government has today confirmed the final corridors which will support the delivery of the proposed Western Sydney Airport project.
Valuing TfNSW Reputation Damage from Cyber Risk
Q&A session: Valuing TfNSW Reputation Damage from Cyber Risk
The competitive tender process for operating Region 8 bus services on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore opened today.
Public transport services will be able to carry greater numbers of passengers from July 1 as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
Small bush communities now have more travel choices and better connectivity to nearby centres with six new bus services rolling out across.
A $64 million recovery effort to restore the NSW road and transport network from damage from the bushfires is now complete.
Opal fares will change from July 6, including a temporary 50 per cent discount for off-peak travel on bus, train, metro and light rail.
Regional transport services will be able to carry greater numbers of passengers to the bush from July 1 as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
Work will soon begin to remove the toll booths from the northern end of Sydney Harbour Bridge.