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unireso: Travelling in the canton of Geneva and the border areas of France.

Well connected: Switzerland’s fare networks.
             

At a glance

The seven most important transport companies in the canton of Geneva and the border areas of France are combined under the unireso fare network. The same simple fare system applies across the entire unireso network area. For city or country you require one ticket only.

Whether you need a 1-day travelpass, individual ticket, group ticket, travelcard or inter-regional travelcard for frequent travellers between Geneva and various towns in the canton of Vaud, unireso has a suitable product for every travel requirement.

How to buy your unireso ticket.

You can buy unireso tickets at any SBB ticket counter in the network area, at touch-screen ticket machines, in SBB Ticket Shop or via SBB Mobil. Should you have any questions, please contact the Rail Service Helpdesk on 0900 300 300 (CHF 1.19/min. from the Swiss fixed-line network).

Zone system

The zone system applies for all travelcards in the entire unireso network area. The zone plan shows you how many adjoining zones (areas) you must pay for to go from A to B.

Irrespective of whether you are travelling by train, bus, tram or ship (Mouettes Genevoises only) – all types of public transport are included in the price of the zones you have paid for within the period of validity.

Travel everywhere with the Half-Fare travelcard

If you hold a Half-Fare travelcard, you will benefit from reduced prices for all individual tickets, group tickets and 1-day travelpasses.

Beyond the network area

For journeys beyond the borders of the network, network tickets are only valid up to the last timetabled stop within the zones purchased.
The network tickets are not valid in SBB trains that do not stop in the zones paid for.

Nighttime network

  • Travel around Geneva and its surrounding area right into the early hours of Friday and Saturday nights on the Geneva Noctambus.
  • The Geneva Noctambus operates on twelve different TPG bus routes in and around Geneva.
  • All you need to use the Noctambus night bus is a valid ticket (Unireso ticket, Unireso travelcard, GA travelcard etc.). There is no separate night supplement.

Prices and product specifications are subject to modifications.