All the construction sites have reopened in La Confluence, implementing the new health rules for the safety of all. The next few months will be very busy, with the realisation of large-scale projects, such as the extension of tram line T2 and construction projects on the Rhône side. Here’s an overview.
During the closure of Maison de La Confluence, we are offering online presentations. These are a great way for you to better understand the project and its progress and to enjoy live exchanges with our team!
20 years after the kick-off of the urban project, Lyon Confluence continues to evolve. Explore our totally revamped website to (re)discover the transformations in the district and learn about this major redevelopment project that has changed the face of Lyon’s city centre. Here is a guided tour of the website.
For the 20th anniversary of the project, Lyon Confluence invites you to discover its new website. This mobile-first, responsive tool is designed for all types of users: people living or working in the area, students, town planning and real estate professionals, visitors and journalists.
As of 11 May, SYTRAL (the Lyon public transit authority) was able to resume works on the extension of tramway line T2 to Montrochet-Hôtel de Région station. The goal is to improve service to the Confluence district and offer passengers greater comfort.
Lyon Confluence has just been given three new missions. The amount of property development and complementary public facilities yet to be completed has prompted Greater Lyon to extend the concession beyond 2025 to 2030.
In February 2020, the magazine Archistorm published its 2019 Top 40 personalities of the architecture and urban planning world. Among the winners, Lyon Confluence was the only developer in France to have been recognised for "its consideration of issues linked to Sustainable Cities."
n a few months’ time, the T2 tram line will be stopping at La Confluence and have its final stop at Hôtel de Région - Montrochet. After working on the networks over the spring, the infrastructure work has now started. Let’s take a closer look at the consequences and the objectives of the construction work.
SCALE, this is the name of the consortium led by Lyon Confluence (SPL) chosen by the European Commissions. Its aim is to manage a network of 116 European cities, all part of the H2020-SCC (Horizon 2020 - Smart City and Communities) programme for building cities in the context of global warming.
Ile de Nantes and Lyon Confluence are two major innovative and creative urban projects transforming two territories with troubling similarities. Thierry Mercadal takes a closer look at them in his film Ville Miroir. This portrait of two cities is rich in interviews.