TPF was created in 2000 by merging the GFM with Transports en commun de Fribourg; its new structure, a holding company and subsidiaries, represents a new chapter in the development of TPF's organisation. The holding company, Transports publics fribourgeois Holding (TPF), is responsible for management of the group and corporate services. It has three subsidiaries: Transports publics fribourgeois Infrastructure (TPF INFRA) SA, Transports publics fribourgeois Trafic (TPF TRAFIC) SA and Transports publics fribourgeois Immobilier (TPF IMMO) SA. responsible respectively for infrastructure, transport and property management. The creation of the four companies provides greater clarity of purpose and better focus on the activities undertaken by each of the companies. It also allows them to look for the most appropriate forms of finance for each of their businesses whilst minimising the risks.
- transport by train, bus, trolleybus and any other means of public transport, together with associated services;
- construction, operation and administration of railway infrastructure and the associated structures;
- purchase, sale, construction, demolition, transformation, development and exploitation of property in Switzerland within the limits set by the Federal Act on the Acquisition of Land by Persons Resident Abroad.
- Georges Godel, Chairman, Ecublens
- Jacques Bourgeois, Avry-sur-Matran
- Jean Bourgknecht, Fribourg
- Pierre-Alain Clément, Vice-president, Fribourg
- Luca Buffolo, Bulle
- Alain Barbey, Sion
- Katharina Thalmann-Bolz, Murten
- Martin Tschopp, Schmitten
- Nadine Gobet, Bulle
- Serge Collaud, Secretary General, acts as Secretary to the Board but is not a member of the board.