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Ticket prices for public transportation in Oslo

Ticket prices for public transportation in Oslo Photo: VisitOSLO/ Linn Johansen
Ticket prices for public transportation in Oslo Photo: VisitOSLO/ Linn Johansen
See all ticket prices for public transport in Oslo and find out where you can buy tickets.

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You can use the same tickets on all public transport in Oslo: bus, tram, metro, train and ferry.

Where to buy tickets
Ruter's Customer Service Centre (in front of Oslo Central Station), in most Narvesen and 7-Eleven shops, from ticket machines at metro stations etc.
Single tickets are available on buses, trams and ferries, but these are more expensive than tickets bought in advance.

With Ruter's mobile ticket app you can buy single, 24-hour, 7-day and 30-day tickets before you get on board.

TICKET PRICES FOR OSLO (zone 1), FROM 1 FEBRUARY 2014

Single ticket pre-bought
(free transfer/return within 1 hour)
Adult 30 NOK
Child/senior 15 NOK

Single ticket, bought from driver
(free transfer/return within 1 hour)
Adult 50 NOK
Child/senior 25 NOK

24-hour ticket
(flexible start time, non-personal ticket)
Adult 90 NOK
Child/senior 45 NOK
  
7-day ticket
(flexible start date, non-personal ticket)
Adult 230 NOK
Child/youth/senior 115 NOK
 
30-day ticket
(flexible start date, non-personal ticket)
Adult 650 NOK
Child/youth/senior 325 NOK
Student 390 NOK (with Norwegian student card and semester card)

365-day ticket
(flexible start date)
Adult 6500 NOK
Senior 3250 NOK

Children = ages 4-15
Youth = ages 16-19
Senior = ages 67+

Non-personal tickets can be used by different people, but only by one traveller at a time!

If you are caught travelling without a valid ticket, the fine is NOK 900. If the fine is paid on the spot, the fee is NOK 750.

Free travel with the Oslo Pass (zones 1 and 2)
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Ticket prices for public transportation in Oslo

You can use the same tickets on all public transport in Oslo: bus, tram, metro, train and ferry. Where to buy tickets Ruter's Customer Service Centre...

Ticket prices for public transportation in Oslo

Source: Visitnorway

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