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The Norwegian Tax Administration (Norwegian: Skatteetaten) is a government agency responsible for resident registration (National Population Register) and tax collection in Norway. The agency is subordinate to the Ministry of Finance and is based at Helsfyr in Oslo. It is organized in five regional organizations, based in Oslo, Skien, Bergen, Trondheim and Tromsø, in addition to local tax offices.
Tøyen is a rapid transit station located in the Common Tunnel of Oslo Metro in Norway. Located in the borough of Gamle Oslo, it is also called "Tøyen-Munchmuseet" due to its proximity to the art museum. It is the last station on the east side shared by all lines; the Grorud Line and Ring Line departs from the other four lines at Tøyen. The station has three platforms, on the south side is a platform for all outbound trains. Across the tracks is another for inbound trains coming from Ensjø, and on the other side of this platform is a third one for inbound trains from Carl Berners plass.
The Romerike Tunnel (Norwegian: Romeriksporten) is a 14.580-kilometre (9.060 mi) railway tunnel in Norway between Oslo and Lillestrøm. It is the longest railway tunnel in Norway and forms the first section of the Gardermoen Line. It is double track and electrified, permitting speeds of 210 kilometres per hour (130 mph).
Asylet is the popular name of a building located at Grønland 28 in Oslo, Norway.
Ensjø is a station on the Oslo Metro located in the borough of Helsfyr. The station is shared by the Østensjø-, Lambertseter- and Furuset Line. It is the first station on the east side after emerging from the downtown Common Tunnel for these lines. The station is located between Tøyen and Helsfyr. Ensjø is mostly a commercial area, with a large number of car dealerships. The station also serves Jordal Amfi, home arena of Vålerenga Ishockey.
Helsfyr is a subway station on the east side of the Oslo Metro system located in the borough of Helsfyr. The station is shared by the Furuset Line (Line 2), the Østensjø Line (Line 3) and the Lambertseter Line (Lines 1 and 4). Line 1 terminates at Helsfyr during weekends, late evenings, and vacations. The station is located between Ensjø in the west and Brynseng in the east.
Brynseng is a rapid transit station on the Oslo Metro system located in the Helsfyr borough. The station is shared by three lines, the Østensjø Line (Line 3), the Furuset Line (Line 2) and the Lambertseter Line (Line 1 and 4). The station has four platforms. The two northernmost platforms are for trains on the Østensjø- and Furuset Line. The Lambertseter Line uses the two other platforms before turning south and leaving the other two lines. At Brynseng Station is one of the train yards for the metro operator Oslo T-banedrift.
Munkegata is a tram station on the Gamleby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located at the intersection of Oslo gate and Schweigaards gate in Gamlebyen, Oslo, Norway.
Oslo Hospital is a light rail station on the Ekeberg Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located near Oslo Hospital in Ekeberg, in the borough of Gamlebyen, in Oslo, Norway.
Ekebergparken (Formerly: Sjømannsskolen) is a light rail station on the Ekeberg Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located near Sjømannsskolen (the Seamen School) in Ekeberg and Ekebergparken Sculpture Park nearby. The station is located in the borough of Nordstrand, in Oslo, Norway.
St Halvards plass is a tram station on the Gamleby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located at the square St Halvards plass, on the intersection of Oslo gate and Bispegata in Gamlebyen, Oslo, Norway.
Sørenga is a neighborhood in Gamlebyen in Oslo, Norway. It is located east of Bjørvika, west of Vannspeilet, south of the street Bispegata and Oslo torg, and west and north of the Alna River. South of the area the Sørengautstikkeren runs out into the Oslo Fjord.
Sørengautstikkeren is a neighborhood in the borough Gamle Oslo in Oslo, Norway. It is an artificial peninsula that sticks out into the Oslofjord form Bjørvika and Sørenga. It is part of the Port of Oslo, but will be redeveloped as part of the Fjord City urban redevelopment program, after the Bjørvika Tunnel is completed in 2010, and the European Route E18 will run under the area. Until then, it is used as a container port, a quay for cruiseships and as a storage area for earth and bulk. The quay is 880 metres (2,890 ft) long.