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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.


PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICES BOOSTED - More than 3,300 extra services will be added to the public transport network across Sydney to temporarily increase capacity for physical distancing and provide…..
New intercity trains ramp up testing
Testing is ramping up on the New Intercity Fleet with the first two new trains now travelling on the network under their own power...
COVID-19: School Zone Safety
More kids are back at school as of today, and their safety is crucial. Together with the NSW Police Force, we are reminding drivers to take care around school zones and look out for our precious…..
NSW coastal communities on high alert for debris and containers
Transport for NSW is reminding beachgoers and coastal councils of what to do when debris or shipping containers wash up on beaches after boxes washed ashore on Bondi Beach this week...
Central Station Metro update
Major construction work is well underway at Central Station to deliver Sydney Metro, including the new Central Walk...
Light rail opens between the city and Kingsford
Passenger services are now running on the new L3 Kingsford Line between Circular Quay and Kingsford, completing the 12-kilometre CBD and South East Light Rail network...
Transport for NSW COVID-19 response: TrainLink
During this unusual time, customer service staff across our network have never been more important. They are the face of our organisation, supporting essential travellers on our public transport…..
Fast-tracking maintenance work to make the road network safer
Maintenance work across the Sydney road network is being ramped-up during the Coronavirus outbreak to improve safety for essential travellers...
Information and advice on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
Transport for NSW has been working closely with NSW Health in relation to developing a plan to coronavirus (COVID-19)...
How commuters can help prevent COVID-19 spread
Commuters are being urged to plan ahead and consider travelling outside peak hour where possible, in an effort to help authorities curb any spread of COVID-19...
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Transport for NSW COVID-19 Response: Buses

To our non-essential travellers...Thank you for listening to government recommendations and staying home...

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Transport for NSW COVID-19 Response: Regional
While Government advice is to stay home unless travel is essential, be assured we are taking extraordinary measures when it comes to keeping our network clean across the state...
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.