Bus drivers used to receive respectful thanks at the end of a quiet ride, but these days some say they work in fear of being punched, stabbed, screamed at or spat on.
The Cancer Council uses new digital technology to transport more regional cancer patients to treatment.
Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas claims that the State Government is spending more on infrastructure in the state than the Federal Government plans to spend across Australia over the next decade. Is he correct?
MORNING BRIEFING: A mare on a property near Scone in the upper Hunter Valley has been euthanased after developing the deadly Hendra virus and NSW Transport Minister Andrew Constance is set to declare road pricing will soon be "a thing of the past".
Losing a $2 billion promise from Bill Shorten and a huge slump in stamp duty revenue still couldn't drag Victoria into deficit in its 2019 budget, writes Daniel Ziffer.
A consignment of 56,000 head of sheep due to be shipped on Saturday to the Middle East is in doubt due to a last minute, 700-page submission against the voyage by Animals Australia.
The WA Government faces fresh calls to review Huawei's contract to supply communications technology for the state's public transport system amid a growing supply crisis in the US and suspension of business operations with Google.
Just days after launching its much-awaited, somewhat-derided integrated public transport network, the ACT Government is touting record ridership numbers — but there are questions over whether the figures are actually good news.
Electric cars have become an election campaign battleground, but they're nothing new. And if things had gone differently a century ago, we'd probably all be driving them already.
An Uber-style bus service proposed for Adelaide is criticised by union officials, who say drivers will be sitting around "effectively waiting for phone calls" and subsidised by taxpayers.