Ministerial News

Ministerial News

Ministerial News

Safety Work On The Way For Princes Highway At Bendalong

Motorists will soon be able to experience a safer journey along the Princes Highway at Bendalong with essential improvement work starting next week.

NSW Lifejacket Scheme Saving Lives in Papua New Guinea

Lives are being saved in Papua New Guinea as a result of the NSW Government’s life jacket scheme - Old4New that is seeing traded-in lifejackets sent to the country to help increase maritime safety.

Know The Rules, It Might Just Save Your Life

Do you know what tailgating is, the rules around merging, or who gives way at a roundabout?

New Way Forward For Motorists On The Newell

If you’re taking a trip on the Newell Highway between Parkes and Peak Hill you’ll now get to where you’re going faster and more safely following the NSW Government’s completion of a major $36 milli...

Greens Misinformed On Koalas Yet Again

Roads, Maritime and Freight Minister Melinda Pavey has slammed the Greens for spreading misinformation and scaremongering about Koala deaths along the Pacific Highway.

School Zone Safety Remains A Focus For The NSW Government

The spotlight is on NSW’s most precious pedestrians, with the Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey today making changes to parking offences around schools.

$1.6M Investment Into Crashlab To Promote Safer Vehicles

Roads, Maritime and Freight Minister, Melinda Pavey, has announced increased funding for Crashlab to enhance local crash test capability to assist with independent testing of autonomous vehicle saf...

NSW Roads Minister Plea For Greater Vigilance On Our Roads

Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey is imploring people to drive safely following five fatalities on NSW Roads over the past 24 hours.

Tough Action Against Drug Affected Drivers

The NSW Government will crack down on drug drivers by strengthening laws and boosting roadside drug testing, Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced today.

Funding Boost For Boaties Across NSW

73 projects across the state have been approved to share $17 million in funding under Round Two of the NSW Government’s Boating Now program.