INSET: CENTRE OF GENEVA
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Operator: Transports publics genevois (TPG)
|12||Palettes - Bachet-de-Pesay - Carouge - Augustins - Plainpalais - Place-Neuve - Rive - Chêne-Bourg - Moillesullaz (some trams have their terminus at Chêne-Bourg)|
|14||CERN - Hôpital la Tour - Meyrin - Avanchet - Gare Cornavin - Coutance - Bel Air - Stand - Rue du Stand - Route de Chancy - Bernex|
|14A||Meyrin Gravière - Meyrin - Avanchet - Gare Cornavin - Coutance [back: Stand] - Bel Air|
|15||Palettes - Lancy-Pont Rouge - Acacias - Plainpalais - Stand - Gare Cornavin - Place des Nations|
Note: The tram line designation 14A is for the convenience of users of this site. The operator simply uses 14 for this line.
Operator: Chemins de fer fédéraux suisses (CFF)
|Gare Cornavin - Satigny - Russin - La Plaine|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Trams - 33 km.
- LRT - 15 km.
- Horse-drawn tramways: 1862 - 1903.
- Steam tramways: 1877 - 1902.
- Electric tramways: 1894 - today.
- LRT: 1994 - 15 Dec. 2019.
- Regional Express (Léman Express): 15 Dec. 2019 - today.
- 1862 - 1902: 1435 mm.
- 1889 - today: 1000 mm.
LRT / Regional Express
- (mainline rail track): 1435 mm.
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- Choisy, M.E.G. "Modernization in Geneva" (translation), The Modern Tramway, Nov. 1950 (13:155), p.237-241.
- Eisenbahnatlas Schweiz / Railatlas Suisse. Köln (Germany): Schweers + Wall, 2004.
- Kellett, N. "Genève: Where to go, and what you'll see", Tramways & Urban Transit, Sept. 2004 (67:801), p.336-338.
- Primatesta, A. Les tramways genevois - L'histoire continue demain. Genève: Mythraz, 2005.
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- Russell, M. "Classic Trams: Genève - 150-year milestone reached", Tramways & Urban Transit, Sept. 2012 (75 :897), p.360-361.
- "Systems Fact file No.237: Geneva, Switzerland", Tramways & Urban Transit, Aug. 2009 (72 :860), p.308-310.
- Wansbeek, C.J. "Geneva: The city that puts quality first", Light Rail & Modern Tramway, July 1997 (60:715), p.250-252.
- Wansbeek, C.J. "Geneva: Ten years of solid expansion", Tramways and Urban Transit, Aug. 2002 (65:776), p.297-299.
- Wansbeek, C.J. "Geneva: International tramway?", Tramways and Urban Transit, Dec. 2007 (70:840), p.458-461.
- Wiseman, R.J.S. & Wyse, W.J. "The Swiss vicinal [Part 1]", Modern Tramway & Light Rail Review, Feb. 1969 (32:374), p.53-59.
- Léman Express
- SNOTPG (Site Non Officiel des Transports Publics Genevois)
- Transports publics genevois (TPG)
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