Overview

The Department of Transport NSW, trading as Transport for NSW, is a State Government body responsible for the administration of transport services throughout New South Wales. The government department is administered from its head office in Chippendale, NSW. 

The Department of Transport NSW is responsible for the following divisions:

  • Customer Services – provides customer end-to-end journey experience and manages public affairs, stakeholder and community engagement.
  • Freight, Strategy and Planning – develops strategies, policies and planning for freight, public transport and roads networks. 
  • Infrastructure and Services – provides planning, development, delivery of transport assets, and operations of transport services. 
  • Finance and Investment – provides financial and management accounting for total budget control, and facilitates investment governance requirements. 
  • People and Corporate Services – is responsible for human resources, IT, and legal services.
  • Sydney Light Rail – responsible for delivering a new light rail line to the CBD and South East.
  • CBD Coordination Office – oversees major transport projects and property redevelopments.
  • Sydney Metro Delivery Office - responsible for the planning and delivery of metro projects.
  • Office of the Secretary  - provides general business, cabinet support, audit & risk and corporate planning.

 

 

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