Historical Climbing Procession
Valable le 10 December 2023 uniquement
Due to the Historical Procession of Escalade, the tpg network will be disrupted on Sunday 10.12.2023 between approximately 4:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on the lines
The Historical Climbing Procession meets on the Cours des Bastions and will start at 4:00 p.m.following the following route:
Cours des Bastions – Place des Casemates – Boulevard Emile-Jaques-Dalcroze – Rue Théodore-De-Bèze – Promenade Saint-Antoine – Rue Etienne-Dumont – Bourg-de-Four
Bourg-de-Four – Rue Verdaine – Rue de Rive – Rue de la Croix-d’Or – Place du Molard
Place du Molard – Rue du Marché – Rue de la Confédération – Place-Bel-Air – Pont de l’Île – Rue Coutance
Rue des Corps-Saints – Rue du Temple – Place Saint-Gervais – Pont de l’Île – Place Bel-Air – Rue de la Corraterie
Rue de la Corraterie – Rue de la Tertasse – Grand-Rue – Rue de la Pélisserie – Rue Jean-Calvin – Rue Otto-Barblan – Cours Saint-Pierre
Dispersal of the procession
Rue de l’Evêché – Rue Guillaume-Farel – Place de la Taconnerie – Rue de l’Hôtel-de-Ville – Bourg-de-Four – Rue Saint-Léger.
Significant disruptions are expected on the title lines until around 9:00 p.m.:00, with delays, deviations and/or interruptions. The police will release traffic as the procession progresses.
If possible, it is recommended to avoid the areas of the event, to anticipate and/or allow more time for your travels if you are obliged to travel. The Léman Express is the quickest alternative to avoid the city center. The lines
allow you to continue your journey by bypassing the city center via the small and medium belts.
The measures taken will be detailed in real time in the “traffic info” section of the mobile applications, which constitute the best information channel, as well as on the screens located at the stops.
For more information on modified routes and stops moved or not served, please consult our various information channels at your disposal:
- Information terminals and screens at stops;
- The tpg and tpg+ mobile applications;
- The tpg website, “Traffic information” section.