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The community has been advised to cancel all non-essential travel to regional NSW towns and remote communities, in line with the nationwide effort to slow the spread of the Coronavirus outbreak. This..
Automatic pedestrian signal crossings, operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week will be expanded into major health precincts across Greater Sydney through a gradual roll out...

To our non-essential travellers...Thank you for..

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...
There is a planned traffic closure on the M5 East, scheduled to take place on Wednesday 25 March, changing the way drivers use the King Georges Road on and off-ramps at Beverly Hills...
The NSW Government and Transport for NSW understands the critical role that all modes of transport are playing as the state deals with the Coronavirus outbreak...
Automated pedestrian crossings at traffic signals within the Sydney CBD will be active 24 hours a day from 23 March to help limit the spread of Coronavirus...
Transport for NSW has been working closely with NSW Health in relation to developing a plan to coronavirus (COVID-19)...