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Cornavin-Eaux-Vives-Annemasse, une nouvelle liaison ferroviaire pour le Grand Genève. Quelle urbanisation autour des gares ?

Abstract : The construction of a RER (regional express train system) in an urban area is not insignificant. If its primary function is to facilitate and accelerate mobility within a city or region, the RER lines also have the potential to transform the urban landscapes that they cover. The Geneva Agglomeration commenced in 2011, the important construction of its future transborder RER system. This project, which is already qualified by the people as the construction of the century will develop between Switzerland and France over 230 km of railway line and up to 40 stations. This research is a comparative and prospective study of the urbanization around the railway stations of the future RER CEVA and that of other cities that have featured similar mobility equipment in the last twenty years. Thus the cities of Zurich, Basel and Lausanne have been studied. Within the Grand Genève it is the neighbourhoods surrounding the stations of Lancy-Pont-Rouge, Eaux-Vives and Annemasse that were more specifically studied. For all of these territories it is clear that their direct proximity with a highly frequented RER type infrastructure has been or will be a particularly effective way to boost the development of new neighbourhoods.
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Mikaël Meyer. Cornavin-Eaux-Vives-Annemasse, une nouvelle liaison ferroviaire pour le Grand Genève. Quelle urbanisation autour des gares ?. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2014. ⟨dumas-01113149⟩

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