Assets and Environmental management
Managing built and environmental assets are important to Transport for NSW decision-making and activities. We strive to strike a balance between the natural and built environment and provide direction to ensure that the environmental impact of our activities is managed well.
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Weeds, pests and disease pose environmental, social and economic threats by impacting the natural balance of aquatic flora or fauna.
Caulerpa taxifolia is an invasive marine seaweed that has been found in coastal waters of NSW, including Lake Conjola, Burrill Lake, Sydney Harbour, Narrawallee Inlet, Port Hacking, Botany Bay, Pittwater and Lake Macquarie.
The Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 and the Protection of the Environment Operations (Noise Control) Regulation 2008 are two key legislative measures put in place to control noise levels on NSW waterways.
This page outlines the importance of seagrass beds and what measures you can take to help preserve seagrass beds.
This page outlines what biofuels are, the implications for petrol and diesel engine owners if they use biofuels, and where to access further information.
River bank erosion is caused by factors including flooding, high wash boating activities, resource extraction, wind waves, changes to vegetation and sea rise, stock access and other changes.
As owner and manager of the seabed of Sydney Harbour including Parramatta River, Roads and Maritime is responsible for managing the remediated sediments of Homebush Bay.
As the state boating regulator, Transport for NSW helps to provide safe and convenient access to ferries and charter vessels for the NSW public.