Skip to main content

A growing Sydney

Building Transport to match

From new light rail and a new metro railway, to better road connections and train station upgrades, we’re improving transport infrastructure across Sydney.


Extra public transport lights the way to Vivid Sydney
Vivid Sydney returns for its 11th year to light up some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, with thousands of extra public transport services running to help get you to and from the festival...
Weighting for Waratahs helps more customers find a seat
A new graphic will appear on indicator screens at Sydney train stations from today, making it easier for customers to find a seat on approaching services...
Green track for Parramatta Light Rail
Taking inspiration from Porto to Paris, the NSW Government will deliver the Australia’s longest stretch of “green track” as part of the Parramatta Light Rail project...
Traffic Changes to High Street for Light Rail
High Street, Randwick and the Hospital and Education precinct are now at a really important stage for the CBD and South East Light Rail project with the final traffic conditions in place and ready…..
CBD and South East Light Rail April update
Work on the CBD and South East Light Rail has been forging ahead with systems fit-out, energisation and day and night tram testing and commissioning among the key priorities throughout March and…..
What does embracing technology mean for transport?
You told us that using technology to improve transport is important...
Waterloo Station tunnel breakthrough
City metro tunnelling breaks through at Waterloo
History has been made with the first tunnelling breakthrough on the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project...
New M4 a step closer with completion of the Concord Road bridge
Construction of the WestConnex New M4 has taken another big step forward with the completion of the Concord Road bridge...
Scheduled Roadworks
During construction of major transport projects in Sydney, scheduled work will mean changes to the road network.

Station Link
Station Link will keep customers moving while the rail line between Epping and Chatswood is upgraded for around seven months.