GENEVA – Switzerland is set to begin a gradual reopening on 27 April after the Federal Council agreed to ease measures against the novel coronavirus.
GENEVA, Switzerland – More than 80 wine cellars and growers in canton Geneva opened their doors this past Saturday to around 30,000 visitors. Most visitors rode bikes, walked or made use of the special buses provided by the TPG, to go cave to cave.
GENEVA, Switzerland – A teenage boy was struck and killed today at around 17:00, by a TPG tram near the popular Pickwick Bar on Rue de Lausanne, not far from the Cornavin train station in Geneva.
Update #5: After two days of negotiating, TPG unions and directives came to a “protocol of understanding” that prevented the strike announced for 4 December. “The important thing is that there won’t be any layoffs,” said Valérie Solano, SEV Director. GENEVA, Switzerland – The TPG workers’ labour dispute with the Geneva State Council continues to escalate, after…
Read here about the second strike planned for 4 December. Updated 19 November at 17:15 The first strike to hit the Geneva public transportation since 1987 is still in full force at this hour.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Welcome to Geneva! This post explains how to use your mobile phone to purchase your bus ticket in the canton.