Federal Roads Office FEDRO

The Federal Roads Office (FEDRO) was established in 1998 as Switzerland's federal authority responsible for road infrastructure and private road transport.
It belongs to the Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications (DETEC), and focuses on securing sustainable and safe mobility on the country's roads.

COVID-19: National economic supply and goods transport

Switzerland is currently in the midst of an extraordinary situation. In view of this, the Federal Roads Office (FEDRO) has issued regulations governing road transport. The new regulations pertaining to goods transport in Switzerland have been posted on this website in

Motorway charge sticker

Important note

In addition to basic information in English, the FEDRO website also provides comprehensive information in German, French and Italian.

Useful Information

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Guidelines for driving on swiss motorways

These guidelines set out to provide tips for correct
behaviour on motorways.


Intelligent mobility

The use of automated vehicles and the networking of vehicles with one another and with the various other options presented by digitisation are opening up attractive opportunities for Switzerland’s transport system.


Roads and Traffic 2021

Developments, facts, figures. Annual publication of the Federal Roads Office.

Drivers of foreign heavy goods vehicles (PDF, 60 kB, 21.09.2016)Important information for drivers of foreign heavy goods vehicles (total authorised weight exceeding 3.5T) to, in transit through, and out of Switzerland