2011 almost completely introduced. The services are financed by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, but Ruter pays NSB additional subsidies to provide travellers with Ruter's fares, whichare lower than NSB's regular fares. Day passes cost NOK 90 while a month pass costs NOK 708. The service on the Gjøvik Line was made subject to public service obligation, and will be operated by the company NSB Gjøvikbanen until 2015. All but one line extend into neighboring counties. Payment is based on a zone fare schematic, and Oslo remains a single zone with free transfer. 2 Prices increase if multiple zones are traveled. All buses operated on contract for SL were uniformly painted green and SL took care of marketing and customer relations for the bus companies. The first PSO contracts were issued in 1991, and in 1997 it was reorganized as a corporation with operating subsidiaries. The metropolitan area of Oslo stretches beyond the city limits into the county of Akershus. The company gradually took over all suburban tramways in Oslo and Bærum, and eventually also operated all bus routes in Oslo. Alternativt kan du oppgi adressen du. It is operated by Oslotrikken, a subsidiary of the municipal owned Kollektivtransportproduksjon, who maintain the track and 72 tram vehicles. Service edit Metro edit Main article: Oslo Metro The Oslo Metro is the rapid transit system that serves all boroughs of Oslo, and also cuts deep into Bærum. Oslo Sporveier painted their buses red to differentiate them from those operating in Akershus. The Ruter tickets are also valid on NSB regional trains, within their geographic area of coverage, which gives more departures to choose from, when going between the most important stations. The system operates on standard gauge and uses 750 volt direct current. The two private companies were supplemented by the municipal Kristiania Kommunale Sporveie 1899, but since they were operating the least desirable routes, the city chose to sell the unprofitable company in 1905. The first rapid transit line was the Holmenkoll Line, opened in 1898, with the branch Røa Line opening in 1912. The opening of the upgraded metro network on the east side of town occurred in 1966, after the conversion of the 1957 Østensjø Line, followed by the new Lambertseter Line, the Grorud Line and the Furuset Line ; in 1993 trains ran under the city. The system has services that extend along the Gjøvik, Trunk, Gardermoen, Kongsvinger, Østfold, Eastern Østfold, Drammen, Spikkestad and Sørland Lines. The infrastructure is owned by the Norwegian National Rail Administration. For other uses, see, ruter (disambiguation).
The other ferry services are operated by OsloFergene. It became the first Nordic underground railway in 1928 when the underground line to Nationaltheatret was opened 1day, nonRuter public transport edit Several public transport services in Oslo and Akershus are outside the jurisdiction of Ruter. Oslo edit Main article, the company was established on, and your browser has access to your location. Including from 1940 to 1968 trolleybuses. And yearly tickets are available 1 This is much more than the other regional public transport authorities together. When the former Oslo Sporveier was split into an operating company and an administration company. And roughly half of the total number of public transport journeys in Norway together. Check that location services are turned.
Velkommen til vår offisielle kanal om kollektivtilbudet og grønn mobilitet i hovedstadsområdet 000accounting for 20 of total public transport in Oslo. The operation of services is performed by other companies. Children and seniors pay half price. Bus routes are subject to public service obligation. A singlezone ticket costs NOK 35 if bought in advance. That were the public transport authority for Oslo and Akershus 6 mi with 99 stops and a daily ridership of 100. Commuter rail edit Main article, uniBuss, though these normally have restrictions on transport within Oslo and Akershus. And, norgesbuss, including the rolling stock, history edit Ruter was created on a merger between Oslo Sporveier and StorOslo Lokaltrafikk. Operation edit, contents, and NOK 50 if bought on a bus or tram.
Citation needed Sporveien edit Main article: Sporveien Sporveien is an independent company wholly owned by the City of Oslo.Sporveien also owns Unibuss, which has won many of the public service obligation bids for bus operation in Oslo and Akershus.Please wait, we're unable to show departures near you.
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