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.
A detailed picture of travel is collected through VISTA to help the government make better transport and land-use planning decisions.
The survey is conducted across Greater Melbourne, Geelong and, periodically, in selected regional centres.
The current VISTA survey started in July 2012 and will end in July 2016. Data is collected across the year to allow average daily travel behaviour to be measured.
Randomly selected households are asked to complete the VISTA travel diary for a single specified day. By collecting all personal travel information - from walking the dog, through to interstate travel - the results of VISTA enhance our understanding of complex travel interactions.
Further information about the 2013 VISTA survey, as well as fact sheets on survey findings are available on the VISTA 2013 page.
VISTA surveys were also conducted in the 2007-08 and 2009-10 financial years. Summary data from these two earlier surveys as well as some reports produced using this data is available on the VISTA data and publications page.
If you have been selected to take part in VISTA, and you would like to speak to the survey team, please call 1800 816 337 (free call). Alternatively, further information including answers to frequently asked questions is available on the information for survey participants page.
To access survey data
Data from the 2007-08 and 2009-10 VISTA surveys, is available through VISTA Online on the VISTA data and publications page.
Questions relating to VISTA data and reports can be emailed to the VISTA team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page last reviewed on 2 March 2016