As your mobility service provider, we would like to inform you of upcoming changes in connection with the low emission zone in the Canton of Geneva that may affect you.
On 15 January 2020, the Canton of Geneva became the first Swiss canton to introduce a low emission zone for which vehicular access will require an emissions sticker (Stick`Air).
The entire metropolitan area of Geneva and parts of the municipalities of Carouge, Cologny, Lancy and Vernier are included. There is a transitional grace period until 31 March 2020, after which a fine of CHF 500 can be imposed for transgressions.
Depending on the emissions code and category of your vehicle, you will need a sticker to be able to drive into the areas mentioned.
Depending on the alert level and air quality, only one to a maximum of three vehicle categories may enter the above-mentioned areas between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
Vehicles registered in the canton, in other cantons and in foreign countries are affected.
Here you can determine which sticker you require – alternatively, you can find an overview of the Canton of Geneva here.
Il codice/tasso di emissioni è indicato nella licenza di circolazione alla posizione 72 (link).
The easiest way is to buy the sticker from a petrol station or garage in the area for CHF 5. You will find a detailed list (Excel) under the following link.
Unfortunately not, but we are working with our partners to find a simplified solution for obtaining the sticker.