A 51% subsidiary of RATP Dev and 49% of Transports Publics Genevois, Transports Publics de l’Agglomération d’Annemasse (TP2A) operates the urban transport network of the Annemasse conurbation (twelve communes in Haute-Savoie) and cross-border links with Geneva.
Known as TAC Mobilités (Transports Annemassiens Collectifs), this multimodal network has been operated since 2002 by the RATP group and offers:
9 bus routes, including the TANGO high service level bus route, which provides a 15-minute link between the Altéa and Jean Monnet park-and-ride sites, as well as two Sunday routes.
A transport-on-demand service that can be booked in advance
Proxi’TAC: allows passengers to travel to areas of the region that are not served by a regular TAC line.
Handi’TAC: enables people with reduced mobility who are unable to use the network’s regular lines to travel within the area.
A VéloTAC hire service at the Point.Vélo located at the Maison de la Mobilité et du Tourisme (Mobility and Tourism Centre)
2 secure bike parks, accessible 24 hours a day, in front of Annemasse station.
Since 2002, the year of its first public service delegation contract, TP2A has extended bus operating hours from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and opened two additional cross-border BRT (Bus à Haut Niveau de Service) lines, Tango 1 and 2.
Renewed for the second time in 2015, the new contract provides for the development of a comprehensive mobility offer and a multimodal network integrated into Greater Geneva, the Franco-Vaud-Geneva conurbation.
On 15 December 2019, it’s revolution time!
Three major projects will see the light of day:
The transformation of the Tango 1 and 2 BRT lines into a single Tango BRT line, running every 10 minutes at peak times. This will link the two park-and-ride sites in the conurbation
the extension of line 17 of the Geneva tramway to Annemasse
the creation of the Léman Express, a cross-border RER linking the two towns in around twenty minutes.
In terms of services, a new commercial approach has been launched with the opening of a Mobility and Tourism Centre in December 2018. In January 2019, RATP Dev’s 1st Maas application was launched. It is regularly enhanced with new features.
A year later, TAC is launching its ticketing solution on the new-generation Oùra card (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes regional card).
To be included in the catalogue:
Operation and maintenance of the TAC network
TP2A, operator of the TAC network, is a subsidiary of RATP Dev and helps to keep road traffic flowing and transport passengers in the best possible conditions on a daily basis.
In collaboration with the town halls and Annemasse Agglo, the TAC network proposes the creation of lanes dedicated to public transport. There are almost 4 kilometres of bus-only lanes on the network.
They save you time and improve access to public transport in the city. The city breathes easier and you save time!
Transport-on-demand service / Long-term hire service for electric bikes, standard bikes and scooters.