New Bus Routes in Oslo since 19th of August

The main streets in the city center of Oslo is getting a overhaul. Oslo will look much nicer in a few months. So the trams in the town will take another route for some time. Until 1st of September you can’t take the trams to Jernbanetorget which is side by side with Oslo S central train station. So, be aware of this!

New Bus Routes in Oslo since 19th of August

Changes in Oslo Public Transportation from 19th of August

Bus Line changes that is in effect Right Now!

34 Tåsen – Ekeberg garden village
Stop no longer at the G / H Platform G / H, Greenland Bus Terminal, Munkegata and St. Halvard’s Square.
Instead, stop at Jernbanetorget platform A / D (in front of Oslo S), Bjørvika and Ladegården.

36E Fornebu – Oslo bus terminal
Closed. Replaced by bus line 81 between Tollboden and Fornebu (Telenor).

37 Nydalen – Helsfyr
Stop no longer on Jernbanetorget platform G in the direction of Nydalen. The nearest bus stops are Hammersborggata and Oslo Bus Terminal Platform 43 (B8).

This line Stop no longer on Railway Square Platform H in the direction of Helsfyr. Stops instead at the Council of Europe seat.

In the direction of Nydalen, this bus line no longer stop in the tram route at the bus terminal. Instead, stop at platform 43 (B8) on the other side of Schweigaards gate.

All departures run via Etterstadsletta, and the buses stop at Helsfyr platform J all day.

70 Skullerud – Nationaltheateret
This line doesn’t Stop at Tollboden, Bjørvika and Ladegården anymore.

Instead, this bus line stops at Jernbanetorget Platform A / D (in front of Oslo S), Greenland Bus Terminal, Munkegata and St. Halvard’s Square.

74 Jernbanetorget – Mortensrud
Doesn’t stop at Jernbanetorget Platform H, Greenland Bus Terminal, Munkegata and St. Halvard’s Square anymore.

Instead, this line now stop at Jernbanetorget platform L, Bjørvika and Ladegården.

80E Jernbanetorget – Åsbråten
No longer running between City Hall and Jernbanetorget.

No longer stops at Railway Square Platform Q. Stops instead on Platform K in Fred. Olsens gate.

81 Fornebu / Filipstad – Fløysbonn
Since 36E is no more. 81 replaced it! The line also Extends to Filipstad (Hjortnes), and Fornebu in rush hour.

This line doesn’t stop on Klingenberg, City Hall and Jernbanetorget platform Q anymore.

Stops instead at Nationaltheateret (in Stortingsgata) and Jernbanetorget platform R in Strandgata.

83 Jernbanetorget – Tårånsen
No longer running between Jernbanetorget and City Hall.
Starts at Jernbanetorget platform K in Fred. Olsens gate.

86 Kolbotn – Svartskog
Adjusted departure times in the afternoon between Svartskog and Strandkollen.

 

Here is the New map of Oslo that you can use now

 

New Bus Routes in Oslo since 19th of August

Check the full map in PDF quality here.

Including having normal buses. Oslo also got night routes. There are some changes for them too.

The night buses 2N, 11N and 18N
Stop no longer on Jernbanetorget platform H in the direction of Ellingsrudåsen, Kjelsås and Ljabru. Stops instead at the Council of Europe seat.

The night buses 3N and 4N
Stop no longer on Jernbanetorget platform H in the direction of Skullerud and Bergkrystallen. Instead, stop at platform D in front of Oslo S.

The night buses 81N and 83N
No longer stopping at Klingenberg and City Hall. Stops instead at the National Theater (in Stortingsgata).
Also stops at Kvadraturen and Wessels plaza in the direction of the National Theater.
How do I find the stop?
The map in the trip planner and the Route Travel app are updated with the different stops. When you zoom in to, for example, the Railway Square, you will see yellow markings showing where the platforms are.

You can see this view if you take the bus line 70 towards Skullerud

You can see this view if you take the bus line 70 towards Skullerud

The trams does not stop at Jernbanetorget until 1st of September

Tram lines 11, 12, 13 and 17 won’t stop at Jernbanetorget from Monday 19th of August until Sunday 1st of  September.

The nearest stop is Stortorvet and Kirkeristen in Storgata. A 10 minute walk should be added into the travel time. So if your coming to Oslo now expect to get to know new ways of travel.

 

Source: Ruter

 

 

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