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Parking in Oslo

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Oslo has both municipal and private parking. Parking in the streets and in some parking lots is mostly municipal, while parking houses and some larger parking lots are usually private.

Municipal (public) parking
Municipal parking is divided into zones with various price and time regulations. In the city centre, street parking is only pay-zone, and Monday-Friday 9 am-6 pm and Saturday 9 am-3 pm you always have to pay a fee to park in any of these spots. Outside these hours, parking is usually free. In the streets outside the city centre, there are both free-zones and pay-zones available.

Private parking
Parking in private parking houses, lots and spaces requires a fee any time of the day.

Where do I find information about the different zones, prices etc?
Take a look at Oslo Municipality's pages. Link below.

How does the Oslo Pass work when it comes to parking in Oslo?
With the Oslo Pass, you can park for free at all municipal car parks. Make sure the car park has a public sign - a white P on a blue background. Private parking houses are not free with the Oslo Pass.

Write down your licence number, registration number, the date and the time on the parking ticket which comes with the Oslo Pass. Use a pen. Place the ticket easily visible in the front window.

Note: The parking rules and the maximum parking time allowed must be followed. Meaning: if the parking sign says maximum 3 hours, you will have to move your car after 3 hours even if you have a 24-hour Oslo Pass.

More information about parking on the webpage of Oslo Municipality.
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Parking in Oslo

Parking in Oslo

Oslo has both municipal and private parking. Parking in the streets and in some parking lots is mostly municipal, while parking houses and some larger...

Parking in Oslo

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