Canton of Geneva (as well as city)
- Bachet/St. Julien
- Moillesulaz (Côté Suisse)
- Palettes - end of tram line 13
Genève - intersection unknown along tram route to Moillesulaz
Genève - Rue des Eaux-Vives + Rue du 31-décembre
Note, some signals in Geneva still don't have red-yellow. The trend however has been for Geneva in the last year to convert their older signal heads to LED heads, and from R-G-Y-R to R-RY-G-Y-R (except in
Meyrin, near the airport at Cointrin, where R-G-Y-R is still used even with the new LED signals), so there is hope for red-yellow intersections.
Most noteworthy was the intersection at Jardin Anglais, General Guisan Quai at Place Longemalle turning off to Pont du Mont-Blanc. The light that has a yellow light blinking with green, still blinks the way it did last year before it became LED, but instead of going red to green, it goes red to red-yellow to green, but a second later the yellow blinker light goes on.
More photos to follow.
Geneva March 2000 part 1
Geneva March 2000 part 2
Geneva March 2000 part 3
Geneva September 2000