Léman 2030 is the result of solid cooperation with and investments from public bodies. Its aim is to offer you the best possible mobility services.
A framework agreement was signed in 2009 in response to the growing mobility requirements between Lausanne and Geneva, which marked the beginning of Léman 2030. SBB, the cantons of Vaud and Geneva, and the Federal Office of Transport (FOT) are working together closely to establish new services and infrastructure projects that will transform your day-to-day life. Every town and municipality where work is taking place is of course a stakeholder too.
Canton of Vaud.
Nuria Gorrite, President of the State Council of Vaud and Head of the Department of Infrastructure and Human Resources, tells us why she is supporting the Léman 2030 programme.More information about VD
Canton of Geneva.
Serge Dal Busco, State Councillor for Geneva, talks to us about Geneva's involvement and the unprecedented level of cooperation required between the various public authorities participating in this project, which is vital to the region.More information about GE
Federal Office of Transport (FOT).
Anna Barbara Remund, Deputy Director of the Federal Office of Transport (FOT), explains why Léman 2030 is a priority for the Swiss Confederation and the FOT in terms of its aims to modernise and develop railway services in French-speaking Switzerland.More information about BAV