Find information on road conditions, traffic jams and construction projects, as well as which documents drivers need to hit the motorways in Switzerland.

This content was published on April 28, 2017 - 13:43

Swiss roads are ranked among the safest in Europe. Fatal crashes have been on a steady decrease over the past few decades thanks to better safety standards on roads and in vehicles. 

To drive on Swiss motorways, the vehicle must have a vignette stickerExternal link for the current year. Make sure you know the speed limitsExternal link.

The Federal Roads OfficeExternal link maintains a list of construction projects currently underway on major Swiss motorways. 

The website link has maps that show public transport stops and driving directions, among others, in English.

Editorial note: this information was current as of April 2017 and is no longer being updated.

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