A district in transformation
To the west of Lausanne, between Prilly and Renens, the former brownfield site of Malley is at the centre of a large-scale redevelopment project which will eventually result in the emergence of a completely new urban centre focussing on sustainable development and higher standards of living.
Urban renewal that began with the construction of the new SBB stop in Prilly-Malley, the Malley ice rink and the Malley Lumières shopping centre. The transformation of the district is continuing with the construction of the buildings of the Central Malley district, a key element in this large-scale regeneration plan.
Central Malley is part of sustainable spatial development in partnership with the local municipalities that created the ‘Fabrique de Malley’ project.
The construction of the fourth SBB track and the grade separated junction (2015 to 2021) will enable quarter-hourly cadence on the RER Vaud Cully to Cossonay line.
Located, thanks to the SBB Prilly-Malley stop, less than five minutes from Lausanne city centre and less than 50 minutes from Geneva, Central Malley enjoys excellent access to the cities in the Lake Geneva region.
This gateway to the Lausanne conurbation will soon be completed by the Léman 2030 developments and the arrival of the Léman Express cross-border line.
The district, designed to enable pedestrians and cyclists to use all the transport routes, is also served by the 17, 18, 32 and 33 line buses, by the M1 metro line, and soon by the new t1 tramway line. It is also very close to the ‘Malley’ exit on the A1 motorway.