Vernier

Services

 

Station open 24/7

 

SBB ticket machine 
Waiting area 
Cycle parking 

 

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Disabled persons

Is the station adapted to the type of disability ?Is there a help desk ?
Motor disability
Yes
Helpdesk not available
Visual disability
Yes
Helpdesk not available
Hearing impairment
Yes
Helpdesk not available
Mental Disability
Yes
Helpdesk not available

 

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Interchange hub

 

Vernier Station is served by several lines :

 

Léman Express : Line L5 La Plaine - Geneva

Léman Express : Line L6 Geneva - Bellegarde 

Geneva Public Transport (TPG) : Lines 6, 14, 18 19, 23, 28, 53, 56, 57

© État de Genève

 


 

Activities

There are many parks in Vernier that are ideal for walking. Among the many natural areas of the region, the Bois de la Grille Nature Reserve is a privileged place boasting 10 hectares of forest and dry meadows where many protected plants grow. You can also stroll along the banks of the Rhône River, which have recently been renovated. They offer a practicable path for people to enjoy the natural surroundings.

It’s an 5-minute from the Vernier station.

 

 

©REZO-Anna Pizzolante

A peaceful place in the heart of Vernier, this space is for all to enjoy. Relax, practice sports, or just enjoy the nature along the banks of the Rhône River as well as an area adapted for picnics and swimming.

 

 

© REZO – Anna Pizzolante


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Did you know ?

 

Vernier Station was built in 1857, at the same time as Geneva, Vernier-Meyrin Cargo, and Satigny Stations to develop the region’s commercial exports. It was inaugurated on 16 March 1858 when the Lyon - Geneva line was commissioned.

Between Meyrin and Vernier Stations, there is another station called Vernier-Meyrin Cargo station, intended for goods transport.

 


 

 

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