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As part of the EPFL Innovation Park's mobility plan, three key areas are now in place to support multimodality.

TL 1 bus line extension with a direct route to the EPFL Innovation Park from Lausanne station in around 25 minutes.

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Buses run on this section from Monday to Friday between 6.30am and 9am and between 3.30pm and 7pm, with a frequency of around 7.5 minutes. At off-peak times, the line continues to have its terminus at Lausanne, Maladière.

Fairmove for carpooling : through our web-app to connect car drivers and ride partners from the EPFL and EPFL Innovation Park community.

Fairmove to mutualize parking lots : through our web-app, the companies of the Park are granted access to pre-paid daily parking spaces (CHF14,-/day) to accommodate their occasional needs.

Waste Management

In its will to improve the level of recycled waste, the EPFL Innovation Park is currently starting to deploy a standardized scheme of eco-points. At the same time, a working group focused on waste management has been set up, made up of companies of the Park committed to sustainability. Other companies of the EPFL Innovation Park are welcome to join at any time to reinforce the process and share best practices.

Sustainability Charter

The EPFL Innovation Park Sustainability Charter was launched in August 2021 to reinforce and share our commitment to sustainability and to engage our community of companies on the same journey. In March 2024, 57 companies, representing 1'701 employees, have signed the Sustainability Charter.

EPFL Innovation Park is part of the Swiss Triple Impact Directory

As a member of the Swiss Triple Impact directory, the EPFL Innovation Park is committed to addressing 4 major themes that respond to the challenges of sustainability by contributing to the Agenda 2030. More info here.