On the Move in a Climate-Friendly Manner
Zurich’s high quality of living is unique. Its first-class mix of mobility options plays a considerable role in this regard. This is firmly anchored in the political strategy of the City of Zurich and encompasses the resource-saving use of energy and the protection of the environment.
Thanks to committed players in the field of mobility, the carbon footprint of group events in Zurich is also reduced.
Taking Responsibility For The Environment
Zurich Airport is one of the leading airports in the world in terms of environmental protection.
Over the past 25 years, it has reduced its CO2 emissions by approximately 50%. In addition, it aims to gradually reduce CO2 emissions to zero by 2050. Thanks to the airport’s central location in Europe, convention attendees’ flight routes are automatically shortened.
Incidentally, with the SWISS Official Carrier Agreement, you can benefit from attractive offers for large groups and fly with one of the most sustainable airlines in the world.
3 Ways Zurich Airport is Taking Action
Reaching Climate Goals
Swiss Federal Railways SBB
The Most Sustainable Option
After bicycles, the train is the most climate-friendly means of transportation in Switzerland.
These days, Swiss Federal Railways trains run on 90 percent hydropower. From 2025, SBB trains will be powered by 100% renewable energy sources, making them even more sustainable than ever. And as an extra bonus, visitors can travel from the airport to the center of Zurich by train in just 10 minutes.
Rent a special train or carriage for your event.
Tram and Bus
The Smart Choice in the City
Trams and buses are the most popular means of transportation for Zurich’s inhabitants.
The tram and bus services in Zurich stand out in comparison to many other cities thanks to the city’s dense, above-ground transportation network and highly synchronized timetable.
Cheap, Healthy, and Fast
3 Quick Facts About Bicycles in Zurich
of Zurich residents name the bicycle as their main means of transportation.
A continuous network of cycle paths from the outer urban quarters into the city center, as well as between the various neighborhoods, is planned to be completed by 2025.
Züri Velo has 2,250 rental bicycles and e-bikes at around 150 stations throughout the city.
Bicycles often get you to your destination more quickly and cheaply and help you keep fit at the same time.
In most of Zurich’s urban quarters, the speed limit is 30 km/h and many main roads have bicycle lanes. A bicycle ride is also a great way of clearing your head before or after a business meeting, as well as of mingling with the locals.
Bicycles, e-bikes, and electric scooters are available for hire at various locations in the city.
On Foot from Meeting to Dinner
Walking in the City
Zurich is a compact boutique metropolis and has lots to offer within a small space.
Ideal conditions, therefore, for covering the short distances between restaurants, hotels, or convention venues on foot. This is not only healthy and kind to the environment, but also a great opportunity to take a look at the city’s sights on the way.
Why Zurich is Made For Walking
Discovering the City on Foot
Mobility in Zurich