Victorian Integrated Survey of Travel and Activity (VISTA)

The Victorian Integrated Survey of Travel and Activity (VISTA) is an ongoing survey of household travel activity.

As part of VISTA, all members of surveyed households are asked to complete a travel diary for a single specified day. By collecting information on all personal travel made - from walking the dog, through to a flight interstate - the results of VISTA enhance our understanding of the complex travel interactions occurring across our communities. This detailed picture of travel informs the transport and land-use planning decisions being made by government.

Since 2012, 32,000 households and 82,000 people have contributed to the ongoing survey. Data collection is spread evenly across each year, allowing average daily travel behaviours to be described. See the VISTA website for more details about this survey.

Detailed findings are available via an interactive data visualisation tool that allows users to explore the data further.

Data and Resources

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Published (Metadata Record) 05/01/2007
Last updated 14/06/2024
Organisation Department of Transport and Planning
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Category Transport
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