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Getting about in the Geneva area

By bus

Public transport in the Geneva area is a good way to travel at low cost between the different communes as well as to the ski resorts, Annecy, Geneva and all across Haute-Savoie.

Geneva Community of Communes

Getting about in the Geneva area

The canton is connected to Annemasse and Geneva by interurban and cross-border lines (Geneva Public Transport).

Line D: St-Julien – Geneva
Every 6 minutes during peak hours and every 12 minutes the rest of the time.

Line N: St Julien-Valleiry
Every 30 minutes during peak hours and 1 bus per hour the rest of the time.

Line M: Beaumont – Collonges
Every 30 minutes during peak hours and 1 bus per hour the rest of the time. Correspondences are available with Line 44 in Croix de Rozon and Line D at St-Julien Station.

Line 62: Collonges – Bachet de pesay (Switzerland)
Every 45 minutes

Line 63 Viry- Confignon (Switzerland)
Every 15 minutes in the morning and every 30 minutes in both directions between 12:00 and 14:00

Prices

French sector: Ad €1.40/Ch. €1.20
French sector + Geneva: Ad €4.60/ Ch. €2.80

Bus tickets can be purchased on buses in the French sector and from ticket machines in the Swiss sector.
Please make sure you have change in both currencies!

Regional one-day travelcard
Ad. €11.30/Ch. €5.60
This card allows you to travel anywhere in Geneva for 1 day, beginning at 09:00.
On sale in the Monts de Genève Tourist Office.