Learn More. App Store Preview. Screenshots iPhone iPad. Description Finally: Everything you need to ride public transport, all in one app. Ratings and Reviews. App Privacy. Information Provider Ruter AS. Size Category Travel. Compatibility iPhone Requires iOS Price Free. More By This Developer. Ruter also holds agreements with Norwegian State Railways concerning the regulation of fares on local and regional train services operated within the two counties.
In , million journeys were made on the Ruter network. Sporveien is an independent company wholly owned by the City of Oslo. It owns and maintains the rapid transit and tramway systems, including the rolling stock. The company was established on 1 July , when the former Oslo Sporveier was split into an operating company and an administration company. The actual operation of the T-bane is performed by the subsidiary Sporveien T-banen , while the tramway is operated by Sporveien Trikken.
Sporveien also owns Unibuss , which has won many of the public service obligation bids for bus operation in Oslo and Akershus. Unibuss also operates the coach service Lavprisekspressen. Single, 1-day, 7-day, monthly, and yearly tickets are available. Ruter operates on a proof-of-payment system, and there is a fine of either NOK or NOK 1, for traveling without a valid ticket, depending on whether or not the fine is paid on location.
Payment is based on a zone fare schematic, and Oslo remains a single zone with free transfer. Children and seniors pay half price. The Flexus ticket system is in almost completely introduced. It is operated by Oslo T-banedrift , a subsidiary of Kollektivtransportproduksjon. The network consists of five lines that all run through the city center, with a total length of It has a daily ridership of ,  with stations of which 16 are underground or indoors.
It became the first Nordic underground railway in when the underground line to Nationaltheatret was opened. Between and the system is replacing the older T stock with MX stock. The tramway Norwegian : Trikken consists of six lines running It is operated by Oslotrikken , a subsidiary of the municipal owned Kollektivtransportproduksjon, who maintain the track and 72 tram vehicles. The system operates on standard gauge and uses volt direct current.
Depot, workshops and headquarters are at Grefsen at the terminus of lines 17 and The commuter rail has eight services which all operate from Oslo. The infrastructure is owned by the Norwegian National Rail Administration. All but one line extend into neighboring counties. The other six lines cover towns further away, and normally have 30 or minute headways.
Line serves Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. 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. Bus transport is the dominant form of public transport in Akershus, and there is also an extensive bus network in Oslo.
The main ferry route connects the peninsula of Nesodden —located on the other side of the fjord of Oslo—with Aker Brygge and Lysaker. The other ferry services are operated by Oslo-Fergene , that run from Vippetangen to the Oslo Islands. Several public transport services in Oslo and Akershus are outside the jurisdiction of Ruter, mainly because they are self-financing or because they represent intercity transport.
NSB operates both intercity and regional trains to several parts of the country, though these normally have restrictions on transport within Oslo and Akershus. NOR-WAY Bussekspress and several other coach companies operate intercity coach services to Oslo, but these are also hindered from providing transport within Oslo and Akershus.
Oslo Airport, Gardermoen is served by both the Flytoget the Airport Express Train and several airport coaches, all that are outside Ruter's jurisdiction, despite the airport being in Akershus. Ruter was created on 1 January as a merger between Oslo Sporveier and Stor-Oslo Lokaltrafikk , that were the public transport authority for Oslo and Akershus, respectively.
Stor-Oslo Lokaltrafikk or SL was the public transport authority for bus and ferry transport in Akershus from to The company planned, marketed and organized the public transport in Akershus, but did not operate any buses or ferries—instead it issued contracts to operating companies based on public service obligation.
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At mio88oke.com you will find timetables, a Journey Planner and ticket information for public transport services in Oslo and Akershus. Ruter AS is the public transport authority for Oslo and Akershus counties in Norway. Formally a limited company – 60% of its shares are owned by the Oslo county municipality and 40% by that of Akershus. Ruter AS is the public transport authority for Oslo and Akershus counties in Norway. Ruter also holds agreements with Norwegian State Railways concerning the.