TPG: the president takes stock of her first 100 days

“It is important that the TPGs can set prices with the Canton”

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Stéphanie Lammar, socialist administrative advisor in Carouge, has been at the head of the board of directors of Geneva Public Transport (TPG) since February. Arriving in the middle of a social conflict with the unions, she had the difficult task of resuming a dialogue that seemed broken. The president also had to tackle the negotiation of the new services contract, which provides for an increase in the offer by 30%. Interview.

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