The Way Basle Wants to Continue its Development

Jan. 3, 2017

New tram routes in the city of Basle, direct accessibility to the A18 motorway at Aesch and an upgrading to a mobility hub of the border and customs point Lörrach-Riehen: These are important measures of the new agglomeration programme of the Basle region. The programme has been developed in joint collaboration by many actors from Germany, France and Switzerland. INFRAS has accompanied the process closely and has contributed to establishing the programme report.


By implementing new tram routes, important urban workplace areas and residential districts shall be even better integrated in the public transport network of Basle.
By implementing new tram routes, important urban workplace areas and residential districts shall be even better integrated in the public transport network of Basle.

Would you like to know more? Visit the 'Agglo Basel' website (German and French only), where all the documents concerning the agglomeration programme '3rd generation' are available. Or read the article and listen to the broadcast currently published on the SRF website (German only) reporting on the commitment of the Cantons of Basle in order to convince the National Government to financially support the planned infrastructure expansions.

Agglomeration Programme Basle 3rd Generation


Who we work for

Geschäftsstelle Agglo Basel

Contacts

Roman Frick Managing Partner
roman.frick@infras.ch

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