Make your voice heard. Below you can make suggestions and react to those made by others. The consultation team will also relay propositions made from public interactions on the field. Share with us your knowledge and make suggestions that will enrich and orient the tram project. Here are some themes that can help stimulate your contributions.
Mobility: How can we organise the transition towards greener modes of transport (collective transport and soft mobility)? What kind of multi-modal infrastructure is required? What are the important accompanying measures? What kind of hierarchisation for the different modes of transport?...
Fewer cars, trams, buses, many more bicycles, new pedestrian paths... What are the challenges for the transformation of the Route de Ferney from a transport point of view? How can we encourage the population in all its diversity to travel in a more ecological way without making the city inaccessible to the least mobile?
Landscape and environment: How does the tram integrate into the landscape? How does it contribute to a better living environment? How can the landscape concepts under development be further improved?
The tree canopy on the Route de Ferney, the preservation and planting of new trees, landscape preservation... are subjects are of particular interest to the inhabitants of Petit-Saconnex, Grand-Saconnex, and all those interested in urban ecology and nature in the city. What are your concerns and aspirations for the transformation of the Route de Ferney?
Planning and urbanism: What are the main principles that should structure the planning of the sector? What interventions are required in order to connect the surrounding neighbourhoods to this new infrastructure?
This is not just a tram project, but also a city project... How will the tram integrate into the urban and natural landscape, while preserving and improving what is already existing? New meeting, interaction and living spaces will be created along the Route de Ferney. How should they be designed? What should absolutely be preserved and what should be improved?
Have your say, make your voice count!