Taxis, rideshares and hire vehicles are eligible for a daily sanitisation, on the front line against COVID-19.
A new vehicle sanitisation station has opened in Tamworth, offering the free once-per-vehicle-per-day service to help keep drivers and passengers safe.
State government vehicles including NSW Ambulance, Police and Health vehicles are also eligible for the deep clean.
Tamworth MP Kevin Anderson said the city was one of three regional centres to be extended the service.
"This will give communities increased confidence in point to point transport services used for essential travel like going to the shops or medical appointments, including taxis and community transport services," Mr Anderson said.
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said the vehicle sanitisation station builds on measures already in place to enhance safety on the transport network, including extra cleaning on NSW TrainLink trains and coaches.
"Vehicle sanitisation includes disinfecting high-touch areas like outside and inside door handles, window controls, headrests and payment terminals," Mr Toole said.
The new vehicle sanitisation station is located at Tamworth Buslines. It will be open from 7am to 7pm on weekdays and from 7am to 4pm on Saturdays.