Veitch Lister Consulting Pty Ltd (VLC) is one of the largest specialist transport planning consultancies in Australia.
We have developed a solid reputation for providing work of the highest quality, with a focus on solutions that are both practical and technically robust.
Veitch Lister Consulting is an Australian owned company. The company has provided the transport planning industry with travel demand forecasting and transport infrastructure since 1986. VLC’s consultants pride themselves on delivering the highest quality advice, underpinned by rigorous quantitative modelling and analysis, and excellent customer service.
We care greatly about the future of transport within our cities, and we are passionate about meeting and exceeding the needs of our clients.
We are also pioneers in the art of travel modelling, having developed our first large scale traffic model in 1988, and our first regional multi-modal model in 1996. We continually invest in the improvement of such models, through our dedicated research and development team.
We are also actively engaged in the transport planning community, and active in forging strong partnerships with international software developers and researchers, including OmniTRANS International, the University of Seoul, University of Rome and University of Sydney.
We are committed to delivering the modelling tools that planners need in an ever-changing environment.
Canberra Light Rail Stage 2 – Strategic transport modelling and public transport integration advice
Veitch Lister Consulting is proud to announce that we have been engaged by the Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS) Directorate, ACT Government to assist with patronage forecasting and public transport integration advice for the Canberra Light Rail Stage 2 from the City to Woden.
Transport Modelling advice for the North East Link
Veitch Lister Consulting (VLC) is proud to announce that it has been engaged by the new North East Link Authority (NELA) to provide transport modelling services as part of the development of the Business Case for the North East Link (NEL) project.