Geneva New Travel Hub – The Léman Express, is a planned commuter rail network for the transborder agglomeration of Grand Genève in west Switzerland and the French Alps. At the heart of the Léman Express system will be the CEVA rail project linking Eaux Vives station with Cornavin station in Geneva..
– 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
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.