An integrated transport information site covering all train, ferry and bus information, including fares, timetables, maps and a trip planner.
You can book a Driver Knowledge Test (DKT), Driving Test, Hazard Perception Test (HPT), Driver Qualification Test (DQT) or rider training and testing all online.
Cycling New South Wales is the governing body for cycling competition in New South Wales, with 64 affiliated clubs and over 7500 affiliated members.
Search here for Department of Transport policy documents.
Heavy penalties, including fines and on-the-spot licence suspensions, apply for drivers who break the law. This section of the RTA website lists basic fines and penalties.
Rules and regulations section of the RTA website.
Transport NSW is the lead public transport agency of the NSW Government, with primary responsibility for transport policy, planning and coordination functions.
In most cases, vehicles need to have a valid registration to be driven on NSW roads and display a current registration label and RTA issued number plates.
Bicyle NSW promotes and supports cycling in all its forms as an environmentally sustainable and healthy form of transport, recreation and tourism.
Heave vehicle information, including licencing, rules and regulations and road safety.
View traffic information from across the state, including Sydney's camera images, traffic reports, special events and other disruptions to the road network.
The State Debt Recovery Office (SDRO) is responsible for the receipt and processing of fines issued by various government agencies and authorities.
You can renew your registration online in three easy steps at myRTA.com.
Information about the Sydney bus network, including fares, maps, as well as school and tourist services.
Information about getting on and off buses, travelling and security.
If you have a drivers licence and are moving house, you'll need to notify the newly named Roads and Maritime Services of your new address.
A complete guide to CityRail, including fares, timetables and trackwork information.
Comprehensive information about commercial vessels, crew, wharves and fees.
Tough on-the-spot fines will be issued to people caught evading fares or engaging in anti-social behaviour on trains, buses and ferries on the Transport for NSW network.
Information about safety around trains, including at station, on trains, crossing tracks, travelling with children and travelling at night.
Use this site to plan your trip to find out all about tags and passes, calculate tolls on Sydney’s motorways and view interchange maps.
Even experienced riders are exposed and vulnerable in the road environment. Riding defensively and scanning the road can improve your safety.
CTP insurance is compulsory, and must be taken out when registering a motor vehicle. Use the ‘Green Slip Calculator' for a quick and easy CTP quote comparison.
The NSW Centre for Road Safety website covers all road safety related information.
The NSW Taxi Industry Association is the peak body for owners and operators of taxis in NSW and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the industry.
The School Student Transport Scheme (SSTS) provides subsidised travel for eligible school students on rail, bus, ferry and long distance coach services.
The Demerit Points Scheme encourages motorists to drive responsibly. Use this search as a guide to fines and demerit points for certain penalties.
Sydney Ferries operates approximately 175,000 services, transporting more than 14 million people across Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River each year.
Getting your full licence takes more than a couple of years, and there are different rules for driving depending on whether you’re on your Ls, your ‘red’ Ps (P1) or your ‘green’ Ps (P2).
Information about rules on the water from NSW Maritime's Boating Handbook.
Things you need to know about buying and selling a vehicle.
To help bicycle riders travelling around their communities, these cycleway maps cater for all levels of bicycle users and are easy to understand.
Fixed speed cameras locations are based on crash and injury accident rates and travelling speeds. You can see the list of camera locations here.
You need a valid licence to drive a vehicle in NSW. To get your learner licence you need to be 16 years of age or older.
There are more than 3000 level crossings in NSW. The Transport NSW website provides information on where level crossings are located, incidents, statistics, laws, penalties and safety.
Metrobus is a high frequency pre-paid service with buses departing every 10 minutes during peak and every 15-20 minutes off-peak.
Provides links to Port corporations, security, environmental management and legislation.
In NSW, a bicycle is considered a vehicle and cyclists are required to obey the road rules. Find out about the special road rules for cyclists.
The Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) gives car buyers consistent information on occupant protection provided by vehicles in serious front and side crashes.
Any person wishing to obtain an initial general or Personal Watercraft (PWC) licence must complete the compulsory Boating Safety Course.
The NSW Government provides subsidised or concession travel to a wide range of people within specified target groups.
The Road Users Handbook explains the main rules which apply to all road users in NSW.
All tow truck industry regulatory functions are now carried out by the Roads and Traffic Authority.
A local council's Bike Plan documents cycleway projects and other initiatives that are designed to encourage more and safer cycling in a specific area or region.
In NSW, you must have a boat driver’s licence to drive a powered vessel for recreational purposes at a speed of 10 knots or more.
Electronic Tolling has made it easier than ever to get around Sydney. With an RTA Tag you can travel on any toll road in Australia, cash free.
This online history check will provide information on how many owners the vehicle has had, whether it has ever been written off or been stolen, as well as checking the registration. There is a small fee involved.
If the rear number plate of your vehicle is obscured by a bike or bike rack, you must either mount the number plate elsewhere, or purchase a special bike rack plate.
The Personal Property Securities (PPS) Register is an online register of all personal property that has security interests registered against it. This website is the gateway to the PPS Register.
Discover beautiful views, spot rare wildlife and see national parks crammed with natural wonders.
MyZone is a simpler fare structure for the CityRail, State Transit and Sydney Ferries networks, as well as all private bus services and the Stockton ferry.
Details on the types of recreational vessels requiring registration to be used on NSW waters.
View and download maps of NSW rest areas.
A secure bicycle locker allows you to combine cycling with public transport, a healthy alternative to being stuck in a car.
Check your demerit points, request a copy of your driving record or lodge a Notice of Disposal if you sell a vehicle.
CountryLink carries almost two million passengers every year to over 365 destinations in NSW, Queensland, the ACT and Victoria.
The Mobility Parking Scheme (MPS) provides parking concessions to people with mobility disabilities.
Special Plates are a fun and unique way to set you apart from the crowd. Visit myPlates to design new plates or restyle your current plates.
If you are a driver or motorcyclist who has moved to NSW you will need to make arrangements to get a NSW driver or rider licence.
Transport services for country NSW including, rail, coach, bus, taxi, hire car and community transport services in all NSW towns.
If you notice a vehicle emitting exhaust smoke for more than 10 seconds, you can submit the details to Department of Environment and Climate Change.
Information for consumers about adulterated fuel, prices and water in petrol.
If you're visiting from interstate or overseas, you can use your current licence as long as your visitor status remains unchanged and your licence is valid.
Download and print your own maps of the Sydney bus network.
Roads and Maritime Services, along with other agencies, has done extensive research to improve vehicle emissions, and has developed and implemented a range of initiatives to reduce the impact of vehicle emissions on the air quality in NSW.
An interactive map of the CityRail network, including detailed station information, accessibility features, general facilities and transport interchanges.
The Sydney Ferries' network map shows the ferry MyZone areas and wharf locations.
Metro Light Rail links the hub of Central Station and Sydney’s Inner Western Suburbs via Haymarket, Pyrmont, Glebe and Rozelle.
Stopping at all of Sydney's best attractions, Sydney Monorail is the perfect combination of easy transport and an essential Sydney experience.
A list of private bus operators servicing the greater Sydney area. Includes contact numbers and website details.