As an international specialist in vehicle design and procurement, WCL Management Services ensures that specific client and service requirements are achieved through maximising vehicle capabilities and environmental compliance. The procurement of clean-fuel vehicles and the required support infrastructure is critical to deliver effective transport operations and the extensive experience of the construction of hubs, bus terminals (including interchanges with up to 6,000 movements per hour), depots and garages including the major compliance requirements for these facilities has reinforced the reputation of WCL Management Services as an organisation that can deliver these complex transport infrastructure projects in international environments.

WCL Management Services has successfully designed and constructed highly specialised public transport command centres to centrally coordinate and manage public transport operations within major cities. These centres, in conjunction with the implementation of intelligent transport systems specifically designed by the WCL Management Services team to cater for specialised client requirements continues to support the overall operation of the various transport systems.

WCL Management Services was the first Australasian organisation to test and successfully operate heavy vehicle transponder units designed to directly communicate with bus priority signals and ensure that traffic sequencing is effectively coordinated throughout transit networks. To support these systems, the utilisation of traffic monitoring including data collection, video monitoring and violation detection systems ensure that accurate data communicated to the traffic management and control centre, maximising system stability and safety. Within the WCL Management Services operational personnel are highly qualified and certified traffic engineers that have extensive experience in the development of traffic safety education programs and these programs have been delivered in domestic and international environments.

In addition, the construction of support infrastructure designed to maximise passenger comfort and convenience including environmentally-friendly bus waiting facilities that are centrally heated and can provide consumer benefits including wi-fi and advertising screens provide cost-recovery strategies for government transport agencies.