The NSW Government is providing funding to support communities and jobs and boost business in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
As part of the Supporting NSW Health and Economic Stimulus Package, Transport for NSW is bringing forward a range of projects and activities across regional NSW designed to:
- Keep people in jobs
- Deliver investment
- Ensure the network connects communities to services
- Strengthen communities.
Fixing Local Roads program
Fixing Local Roads is a $500 million NSW Government program, providing funding to councils to assist in reducing the local roads maintenance backlog. Councils can apply for funding to assist in repairing, patching, maintaining or sealing existing priority council roads.
Fixing Country Bridges program
Fixing Country Bridges is a $500 million NSW Government program that aims to create a new legacy for our local road network, enabling councils to replace hundreds of timber bridges in poor condition and better connect regional and rural communities. The program aims to reduce the maintenance and renewal burden on councils and improve accessibility for local and regional communities.
Find activities in your area
The interactive map below shows stimulus projects and activities, including those that are planned, in progress and completed. Select a project to find out more information.
We have increased efforts to ensure construction workers comply with Australian and NSW health directions in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Measures include an increased focus on personal hygiene, ensuring any high risk employees such as older workers are not coming to work and conducting daily screenings for signs of illness prior to workers entering a site.
Further information on suggested controls all businesses can use to prevent exposure to Coronavirus, including SafeWork NSW advice, can be found at nsw.gov.au.
For further information about the stimulus package:
Phone: 131 782 (Monday to Friday 7am -7pm)