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Spike in NSW road toll

Tuesday, 01 September 2015

It's not news that anyone wants to hear, but there has recently been a sharp rise in the New South Wales road toll, with 15 people killed over the course of two short weeks.

"With warmer weather across NSW, it seems some drivers are taking good driving conditions for granted, which is costing lives on our roads," John Hartley, assistant commissioner of NSW's Traffic and Highway Patrol Command told the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH).

Read more: Spike in NSW road toll


More apps to help drivers and commuters

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Article PhotoSmartphones have an undeniable presence in the lives of Australians, a fact that has not gone unnoticed by developers, corporates and even government bodies. Now, Transport NSW has joined the crusade with its own range of smartphone applications, or apps to assist the state's road users.

Read more: More apps to help drivers and commuters


Nepean River Green Bridge

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

There is good news for Penrith residents concerning the Nepean River Green Bridge upgrade. Transport for New South Wales reports that tenders have been invited for the construction of the cycle and pedestrian access bridge between Penrith and Emu Plains.

The project is intended to provide an alternative to the Victoria Bridge, where non-motorists currently have to share the crossing with other road users such as trucks and passenger vehicles.

Read more: Nepean River Green Bridge


Sydney CBD road upgrade underway

Friday, 17 July 2015

The city of Sydney, while having so much to offer its 4 million plus residents, also hosts some of the country's most congested roads. According to TomTom's latest Traffic Index report, Sydney commuters can expect to spend just under four days a year sitting in traffic, a statistic which has earned the city its rank as one of the top 25 most congested cities in the world.

Read more: Sydney CBD road upgrade underway


Police crack down on road users in Sydney CBD

Monday, 29 June 2015

Last month marked the highest number of road fatalities in NSW since May 2013.

According to the latest statistics released by NSW Transport, 164 people have lost their lives since the beginning of this year.

Given the shocking nature of these figures, the police carried out a one-day operation in the Sydney CBD that resulted in a whopping 664 infringement notices issued to cyclists, pedestrians and motorists.

Read more: Police crack down on road users in Sydney CBD


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