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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.

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Sydney Kings fans score new travel deal
Sydney Kings basketball fans are the big winners under a new public transport ticketing deal for their home games this season...
2019 Travel Choices Awards winners and highly commended recipients
Change champions honoured at 2019 Travel Choices Awards
Sydney’s travel behaviour change champions were given a well-deserved moment in the spotlight this week at the 2019 Travel Choices Awards, hosted by Transport for NSW to recognise organisations,…..
Tram at Circular Quay
FIRST DAYTIME LIGHT RAIL TEST TO CIRCULAR QUAY
CBD and South East Light Rail vehicle testing along George Street is now in full swing, with the first tram travelling the length of the street from near Central Station to Circular Quay in daylight…..
Breathing wall sprouts at Manly Vale commuter car park
Deep in the heart of northern Sydney, a tiny urban jungle breathes...
Changed traffic conditions along Spit Bridge
Changes to the existing tidal flow along Spit Bridge across Middle Harbour will be in place from mid-August to improve traffic flow for motorists...
New underpass to keep airport traffic flowing
A new road underpass at Mascot which has now opened will improve access to Sydney Airport and Port Botany and bust congestion for motorists...
A step forward for Sydney Gateway
Expressions of interest are now open for construction of the Sydney Gateway project, a city-shaping piece of infrastructure that will make access to Sydney Airport and Port Botany quicker and easier...
New M4 Tunnels now open to traffic
Sydney marked a historic transport moment on Saturday, 13 July, as the first vehicles made their way through the New M4 Tunnels...
Scheduled Roadworks
During construction of major transport projects in Sydney, scheduled work will mean changes to the road network.

Sydney Metro
Services on the Metro North West Line started on Sunday 26 May 2019, delivering a turn up and go rail service from Rouse Hill to Chatswood.