Nuevo centro de viajes de Ginebra: Léman Express, es una red de trenes de cercanías planificada para la aglomeración transfronteriza de Grand Genève en el oeste de Suiza y los Alpes franceses. En el corazón del sistema Léman Express estará el proyecto ferroviario CEVA que unirá la estación de Eaux Vives con la estación de Cornavin en Ginebra.
– Swiss regional and major train lines
– TGV trains
– Trains to and from Italy
– L5 and L6 timetables coordinated with the L1, L2, L3 and L4 lines to ensure seamless travel throughout the Léman Express region
Aeropuerto de Ginebra
Léman Express offers well-timed connections to Geneva Airport, with five trains per hour from Geneva’s Cornavin train station, which is only a seven-minute train ride from the airport.
The Annemasse train station is one of the biggest in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, with connections throughout Haute-Savoie.
The Léman Express is a network with a rail transit gauge that serves Geneva and its cross-border agglomeration. Made up of six lines, it will serve once completed 45 stations’ 2 for 230 kilometers of lane1, N 1 and will be frequented by 50 000 passengers per day. Due to its cross-border location, straddling Switzerland and France, this network is coordinated by Lémanis, a joint subsidiary of the two operators, SBB and SNCF, which is also responsible for its promotion.