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Within Oslo subways and most buses and tramways (trikk) start running at 5:30 am, with the last run after midnight. On weekends, there's night service on certain routes. Trips on all public transportation within Oslo cost NKr 34 (NKr 24 if purchased from the machine before boarding), with a one-hour free transfer; tickets that cross municipal boundaries have different rates. It often pays to buy a pass or multiple-travel card, which includes transfers. A day card (dagskort) costs NKr 60 and a seven-day pass costs NKr 200. Tickets can be used on subway, bus, or tramway. Trafikanten provides transit information.
The NKr 160 flexikort—available at Narvesen newsstands, 7-Eleven stores, tourist information offices, T-bane stations, and on some routes—is valid for eight trips by subway, bus, or tramway. The Oslo Pass (from NKr 220 for one day, NKr 320 for two days and NKr 410 for three days) offers unlimited travel on all public transport in greater Oslo as well as free admission to several museums and sights, discounts at specified restaurants, and other perks. You can buy the cards tourist offices and hotels.
Public Transit Info
Trafikanten (815-00-176; 177 within Oslo. www.trafikanten.no.)
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