It is a long straight line traced in “Greater Geneva” and today delimited by two new Léman Express stations, Lancy-Pont-Rouge and Lancy-Bachet. It is called the Route des Jeunes and for a long time, young people only had two-wheeler accidents on Saturday evening. In this rapidly changing “PAV” area (for Praille-Acacias-Vernets), the Youth Route will soon be the link between a large sports and leisure center.
Since 2004, there has been the Stade de Genève, of which Servette FC is the resident club, and, around it, a bowling alley (in the adjoining shopping center) and a skatepark (under the motorway ramp). Between now and 2028, there will be the Trèfle-Blanc ice rink, so much hoped for by Genève-Servette fans, a few hectometers away. Between these two pillars of the “South Gate”, a plot belonging to the Basel real estate company Hiag is known as the “Camembert”. Hiag plans to build two large apartment buildings there in the next few years and, in the meantime, is working to develop a social life there.