Aug 22

Lunacy as buses clock up multiple trips to the moon and back

In no shock to drivers, nearly a third of buses in the Sydney Buses fleet have clocked up enough kilometres to travel to the moon and back. Read More »

Aug 4

China unveils elevated bus

A Chinese proposal for a future bus will drive over multiple lanes of traffic, making it unaffected by traffic jams and freeing space on the road. Read More »

Jul 29

Private buyers in for workforce shock

Divisional Secretary Chris Preston took to the airwaves in Newcastle to let the public know just what is happening to drivers in Newcastle. Read More »

Jul 27

Grand tour for private operators as government continues to ignore Newcastle workers

Transport for NSW is today hosting a goodwill tour of depots for companies tendering for contracts to operate the privatised Transport for Newcastle, as drivers again wear plain clothes to show their displeasure at a lack of support and information coming from government. Read More »

Jul 25

Sydney bus drivers celebrated in new video exhibition ‘Bus TV’ by Laura Grace

Bus drivers who keep the city moving are at the centre of a new video exhibition celebrating the unsung heroes of Sydney’s roads. Read More »

Jul 14

Know Your Rights – Wages and Wage Increases

… with Brett Peters SECTION 3 – WAGES AND RELATED MATTERS 15. Read More »

Jul 1

More of George Street to close as light rail construction expands

Light rail construction will start on George Street between Hunter and King Streets from 10pm on Friday 1 July 2016. Read More »

Jun 28

Man who smashed Sydney bus in road rage attack gets 12 months jail

John Klironomos has been sentenced to 12 months jail for smashing a bus in Marrickville in Sydney’s inner west. Read More »

Jun 24

Newcastle industrial action brings TfNSW back to the table

Yesterday saw a new round of industrial action in Newcastle, with drivers refusing to wear uniforms and not accepting fares from passengers. This had the desired effect with the government calling the union early in the morning and agreeing to return to the table and speak with workers. Read More »

Jun 22

Safety too high a price for Government in Newcastle Light Rail deal

The lack of important safety features on Newcastle’s new light rail cars has raised concerns that the NSW Government is trying to cut costs at the expense of passenger safety. Read More »