Our stories...


We've all had to change our lives to adapt to the current situation in some way, shape or form. At Transport, our people have taken on new challenges, are working together more than ever before and are finding new ways to continue delivering more for our people, our customers and the community.

And we want to hear all about it.

Here’s your chance to share your story – whether it’s a shout out to your team who have embraced new ways of working, a thank you to one of our amazing frontline people out there keeping the state moving or someone you know who's gone above and beyond during these times.

Post your story below – you can include a picture or even a video. Tell us who you are, who you want to give a shout out to and why they deserve some recognition. Tell us how they’re making a positive difference.


We've all had to change our lives to adapt to the current situation in some way, shape or form. At Transport, our people have taken on new challenges, are working together more than ever before and are finding new ways to continue delivering more for our people, our customers and the community.

And we want to hear all about it.

Here’s your chance to share your story – whether it’s a shout out to your team who have embraced new ways of working, a thank you to one of our amazing frontline people out there keeping the state moving or someone you know who's gone above and beyond during these times.

Post your story below – you can include a picture or even a video. Tell us who you are, who you want to give a shout out to and why they deserve some recognition. Tell us how they’re making a positive difference.

Tell us your story...

We will be promoting various stories on our communications channels across Transport to showcase the amazing work our people are doing during this time.

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  • TEST KEVIN

    by Kevin Test, about 1 month ago

    TBC

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  • People have and will always be at the heart of Transport

    about 1 month ago

    One of our super stars during the bushfires at the State Emergency Opeartions Centre (SEOC), Alison Moad recently received an award from the NSW Police for her efforts. These days you can find Alison focused on helping keep our people and communities safe as part of the COVID-19 team based at SEOC.

    In Rodd Staples our Secretary’s words, ‘Having worked closely with you during the height of the fires, I can say first-hand how well deserved this recognition is. Your dedication and drive, plus the care for your own people in the field, was outstanding. Thank you not only for... Continue reading

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  • Point to Point Transport Vehicle Sanitisation Station Trial up and running!

    about 1 month ago

    Congratulations to the Point to Point team on the successful launched of a vehicle sanitisation station trial at the 13CABS head office in Alexandria.

    The trial service is aimed at helping our point to point industry partners continue to provide the safest passenger services across NSW.

    Taxi, hire vehicle and rideshare drivers are eligible for one free vehicle sanitisation per day per vehicle. Community transport, emergency and TfNSW fleet vehicles are also eligible for this service.

    Vehicle sanitisation includes the disinfection of outside and inside door handles, boot handle, window controls, steering wheel, visors, centre console, gear stick, handbrake, grip... Continue reading

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  • Anzac idea rings out across network

    about 1 month ago

    When Steve Brown was a kid growing up on the South Island of New Zealand, in the then small town of Timaru, every Anzac Day he and his family would go down to the town’s cenotaph to pay their respects and remember his grandfathers and uncles who’d served their country.

    This year Steve, who joined Sydney Trains 21 years ago and is a Train Guard based at North Sydney station, was keen that we continue to recognise this special day and not let Coronavirus dampen our spirits. With all 2020 Anzac Day ceremonies cancelled, he got to thinking!

    He came... Continue reading

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  • Kevin a good... work... guy....

    about 1 month ago

    How good is Kevin, hey? Without him Trains wouldn't run on time and all the buses would get flat tyres.

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