Announcer, Railway Controller
Maria Darling (UK), Melanie Henríquez (Latin America), Barbara Villa (Italy), Johnnie Fiori (U.S., 2010-2016) Julie Wions (U.S., 2019-)
Vee is a motherly, caring figure with a soft spot for the trainees; always ensuring they understand her instructions and always on hand to help. This requires a great deal of patience sometimes; answering Brewster's endless questions and double-checking that Wilson is paying attention. Vee is usually the first to pick up on anything going wrong - or right, for that matter, and always congratulates the trainees on a job well done.
Vee is a self-aware AI, and can be stern at chuggers who misbehave, but always gives them advice and teaching.
- Vee has been seen in almost every episode, up until seasons 4-5 where many of her poles have been decommissioned, where her appearances are much rarer. As of Season 6,she is a more prominent character.
- She has countless models of herself around Chuggington, so she can talk to any Chugger at all times.
- When talking, she moves her speakers like they're hands, and also the main body.
- The colors of her head lights can change color when she speaks, and can also change to a color that relates to how she is feeling.
- She runs on electricity. When the power is out, her model can't move freely and stands upright.
- A Chugger can talk to Vee at anytime by saying 'Chugger to Vee' near one of her models.
- The model's head resembles a traffic light and her arms resemble megaphones, she has a monitor to locate to the tunnel or seeing a badge.
- It is not known if Vee is actually a human, because she is only shown as countless models but her voice resembles that of a woman in her 30s.
- Vee shares a mother-like bond with the Trainees, particularly Wilson.
- Vee might be a reference to anonymous character V in graphic novel V for Vendetta.
- In Polish, she is called "Wiola". In German, she is called "Fee", which is not only a given name, but also the German word for "fairy".