Supporting the development of Greater Geneva

  • Active Mobility
  • Truck and Bus
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.

Called TAC Mobilités (Transports Annemassiens Collectifs), this multimodal network has been operated since 2002 by the RATP group and offers

9 bus lines, including a high service level bus line TANGO which provides a link between the Altéa and Jean Monnet park-and-ride facilities in 15 minutes, as well as two Sunday lines

A transport-on-demand service on reservation

Proxi’TAC: allows travel to sectors of the territory that are not served by a regular TAC network line

Handi’TAC: enables people with reduced mobility who cannot use the regular network lines to travel within the area

A VéloTAC rental service at the Point.Vélo located at the Maison de la Mobilité et du Tourisme

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 the bus timetable from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and opened two additional cross-border HQPT (High Service Level Bus) 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 the Greater Geneva area, the France-Vaud-Geneva conurbation.

On 15 December 2019, it’s a revolution!

Three major projects are underway:

the transformation of the Tango 1 and 2 HQPT lines into a single Tango HQPT line with a run every 10 minutes during rush hour. It will link the two park-and-ride facilities 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 cities in about twenty minutes.

In terms of services, a new commercial approach has been initiated with the opening in December 2018 of a Mobility and Tourism Centre. In January 2019, RATP Dev’s first Maas application was launched. It is regularly enhanced with new features.

One year later, TAC launches its ticketing solution on the Oùra new generation 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 contributes to the fluidity of road traffic and transports its passengers on a daily basis in the best conditions.

In collaboration with the town halls and Annemasse Agglo, the TAC network proposes the creation of lanes dedicated to public transport. On the network you will find almost 4 kilometres of dedicated bus lanes.
They save you time and facilitate access to public transport in the city. The city breathes better and you save time!
Transport on demand service / Long-term rental service for electric bicycles, standard bicycles and scooters.

You too join the CARA network

Do you propose solutions related to transport and mobility? Let's meet!

Join CARA network