The Regional Seniors Travel Card is a NSW Nationals initiative that recognises that regional areas don’t benefit from subsidised mass transit like Sydney.
The recently announced $44 million investment in upgrading the Narrabri to Turrawan rail line will better link northern New South Wales with shipping.
The next step in investigating the potential reactivation of the Blayney to Demondrille railway is underway, with tenders open to develop a concept design that will examine the condition of the line and associated infrastructure.
Regional bus customers will benefit from lower fares in the new year, thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government.
The Coffs Harbour Bypass has been given the official green light by the Federal Government, moving the town’s biggest ever infrastructure project a step closer to construction.
The NSW Nationals in the state and federal governments have welcomed the latest upgrade to the Pacific Highway with an eight-kilometre leap forward open to traffic between Wells Crossing and Glenugie.
Plans to build an eight-kilometre Newell Highway bypass at Coonabarabran to remove a freight pinch point are a step closer thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government.
With harvest underway, the NSW Nationals in the state government have been working with farmers, grain receivers and transport operators to ensure this year’s crop is moved safely and efficiently.
The NSW Nationals in the state government will provide grants to deliver new infrastructure to promote walking and cycling in north western communities.
People in the Clarence Valley will soon benefit from an extra 41 weekly bus services to improve connectivity and better meet customer needs.