No station toilets at new railway line causes outrage
The soon to be users of the new multi-million-franc railway from Annemasse in France to the centre of Geneva are angry there will be no toilets on the stations.
The line, called CEVA, is due to open at the end of the year. 50,000 people a day are expected to use the new service.
Swiss Federal Railways says there will be enough toilets on the trains.
But user groups say those with limited mobility or parents with young children need toilets on the stations.