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Uranienborgveien is at station on the Briskeby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It serves the neighborhoods Hegdehaugen and Uranienborg in the West End of Oslo. The station is preceded and succeeded by Rosenborg and Briskeby, respectively. The station used to be near the Holtegata—Uranienborgveien street junction, but it was moved towards Hegdehaugen and Rosenborg in 2009, after the line had been upgraded and reconstructed.
Bekkelaget Station (Norwegian: Bekkelaget stasjon) was a railway station on the Østfold Line. It was located at Nedre Bekkelaget in the Nordstrand borough of Oslo, Norway. It was originally situated 3.34 kilometers (2.08 mi) from Oslo Central Station (Oslo S) and received a station building designed by Peter Andreas Blix. It was named Bækkelaget until 1921.
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).
Forskningsparken is a rapid transit station on the Sognsvann Line of the Oslo Metro. It also serves as a light rail station for the Ullevål Hageby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located at the north of the Blindern campus of the University of Oslo in the Nordre Aker borough of Oslo, Norway. The decision to build the station was made in 1998, and it opened in 1999, replacing the former station Vestgrensa, and allowed interchange between the metro and the tramway. The Ullevål Hageby Line was at the same time extended to serve the new Rikshospitalet. Forskningsparken is served by lines 4 and 5 of the metro, each operating every 15 minutes and providing services along both the Sognsvann Line and the Ring Line. Lines 17 and 18 of the tramway serve Forskningsparken, operating to Rikshospitalet and the city center.
Gaustadalléen is a light rail station on the Ullevål Hageby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located where the road Gaustadalléen passes under Ring 3 in Gaustad in Oslo, Norway.
Mellomkollen er eit fjell i Oslo kommune. Det har ei høgd på 537 meter over havet og er det sjette høgaste fjellet i Oslo av fjella med primærfaktor på minst 50 meter.
Sportsplassen is a light rail station on the Ekeberg Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located near Sportsplassen in Ekeberg, 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.
Stensgata is a light rail station on the Ullevål Hageby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located in Thereses gate in between of Adamstuen and Bislett, at the intersection of Thereses gate and Stensgata. It primarily serves a residential area.
Stortorvet is a station on the Oslo Tramway in Oslo, Norway. The station is located on the square Stortorvet in the city centre. It is served by the lines 11, 17 and 18. In 2009, it was decided to improve the square, the station and the tram tracks in the street.
Sæter is a light rail station on the Oslo Tramway.
Holmlia (Norwegian: Holmlia holdeplass) is a railway station on the Østfold Line. It is located in the Holmlia neighborhood in the Søndre Nordstrand borough of Oslo, Norway. Situated 10.20 kilometers (6.34 mi) from Oslo Central Station (Oslo S), it features an island platform with two access superstructures. Holmlia is served by the L2, L2x and L21 lines of the Norwegian State Railways's Oslo Commuter Rail, providing three to five services per hour.
Skøyen Station (Norwegian: Skøyen stasjon) is a railway station located at Skøyen in Oslo, Norway. It is situated on the Drammen Line, 4.36 kilometers (2.71 mi) from Oslo Central Station. It is served by regional trains and the Oslo Commuter Rail, operated by the Norwegian State Railways, as well as by the Airport Express Train. The station is elevated and has two island platforms and four tracks.
station code: SKØ
The Loenga–Alnabru Line (Norwegian: Loenga–Alnabrulinjen) is a 7.3-kilometer (4.5 mi) freight-only railway line in Oslo, Norway. It runs from the classification yard at Loenga to Alnabru Freight Terminal, typically serving twenty trains per day. It allows trains to pass from the Østfold Line to Alnabru without passing via Oslo Central Station. It is also used by freight trains from the Sørlandet Line, which run via the Oslo Tunnel and cross over at Bryn Station. It is notorious for the steep hill Brynsbakken which it has to climb, giving it a gradient of 2.6 percent.
Nydalen Station (Norwegian: Nydalen holdeplass) is a railway station on the Gjøvik Line in Oslo, Norway. The station was built opened in 1946, and is located between Grefsen and Kjelsås. Like most of the local Oslo stations on the Gjøvik Line, Nydalen is a small station. It is unmanned, has only a single wooden platform, and is served only by commuter trains. Close by, but not in connection, is a subway station with the same name, Nydalen.
Sørli is a light rail station on the Oslo Tramway.
Olav Kyrres plass is a square and area in Frogner in Oslo, Norway. The area centered on the intersection between Drammensveien and Bygdøy allé. It is named for King Olav Kyrre.
Adamstuen is a light rail station on the Ullevål Hageby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located on the south-western side of Ullevål University Hospital, at the intersection of Sognsveien and Ullevålsveien. It primarily serves a residential area, but also the Norwegian School of Veterinary Science and Lovisenberg Hospital.
Rosenborg (Urban East Norwegian: [ˈruːsn̩bɔrɡ]) is a station on the Oslo Tramway. It is located in the area with the same name in the neighbourhood of Hegdehaugen. The station is preceded by Schultz' gate on the Briskeby Line and succeeded by Homansbyen and Uranienborgveien on the Homansby and Briskeby Line, respectively. In 2005, the station was upgraded, with heightened platforms, new skeds and real-time monitors.
Thune is a light rail station on the Oslo Tramway.
The Jewish Museum in Oslo (Norwegian: Jødisk Museum i Oslo) aims at informing about Jews in Norway. It was established as a foundation in 2003, supported by the Det mosaiske trossamfunn and Oslo City Museum.
website: http://oslojewishmuseum.no, http://jodiskmuseumoslo.no/
Trafikanten er eit servicesenter for kollektivtrafikken i Oslo og Akershus. Hovudsenteret ligg på Jernbanetorget i Oslo og er hovudlokala til eigarselskapet Oslo og Akershus Trafikkservice AS. Dei har òg eit informasjonskontor på Oslo lufthamn, og dei driv ei internettside.
The Sinsen Interchange (Norwegian: Sinsenkrysset) is a heavily trafficked, multilevel road junction in Oslo, Norway. It connects the highways Norwegian National Road 150 and Norwegian National Road 4 (Trondheimsveien). The junction has existed since the 19th century, and has grown considerably in size since then. It was enhanced with a roundabout in 1957, and was connected with National road 150 in 1962. The increase in traffic was greater than the capacity of the junction, and thus a bridge was constructed that redirected Trondheimsveien above the roundabout. Further restructuring was done in 1992, when a local tramway line was redirected outside of the interchange, and in 1994, when Riksvei 150 was directed below the roundabout. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration plans to connect the Løren Tunnel, a planned tunnel over National road 150, with the Sinsen interchange in late 2008.
Sinsen is a rapid transit station on the Ring Line of the Oslo Metro. It is located at Sinsen in the Sagene borough of Oslo, Norway. Next to the station is the tram station Sinsenkrysset, that has been part of the Sinsen Line of the Oslo Tramway since 1939. The station opened on 20 August 2006, as part of the first section of the Ring Line. The station is served by line 6 of the metro, as well as several local bus services. Sinsen is a mixed residential and commercial area.
Bankplassen ('The Bank Square') is a square in the neighborhood Kvadraturen in Oslo, bounded by Kongens gate, Myntgata and Kirkegata. Before 1953, Agnes Thorsens plass was also part of Bankplassen. The square takes its name after the building of the Christiania Department's Norges Bank located at 3 Bankplassen, built in 1830 as a division office after designs by architect Christian Heinrich Grosch. It is now used by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. It received in 2008 an addition designed by architect Sverre Fehn.
Universitetet Blindern is a light rail station on the Ullevål Hageby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located on the north side of Blindern, the main campus of the University of Oslo, Norway.
Dælenenga idrettspark is a sports facility located at Grünerløkka in Oslo, Norway. It consists of an artificial turf football pitch, a club house and an indoor ice rink—Grünerhallen. The facilities are owned by the Municipality of Oslo and used and operated by Grüner IL, the local sports club.
John Colletts plass (John Collett's Square) is a light rail station on the Oslo Tramway.
The Common Tunnel (Norwegian: Fellestunnelen), sometimes called the Common Line (Fellesstrekningen), is a 7.3-kilometer (4.5 mi) long tunnel of the Oslo Metro which runs through the city center of Oslo, Norway. The name derives from the fact that all six lines of the metro use the tunnel, which runs from Majorstuen to Tøyen. The section has six stations, including the four busiest on the metro.
Ullevål sykehus is a light rail station on the Ullevål Hageby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located on the south-western side of Ullevål University Hospital, at the intersection of Sognsveien and Kirkeveien.
Lycée Français René Cassin d'Oslo (Norwegian: Den Franske skolen i Oslo) is a French international school in Oslo, Norway. The school serves the levels preschool through the final year of lycée, terminale.
Bråten is a light rail station on the Oslo Tramway.
Nydalen is a rapid transit station on the Ring Line of the Oslo Metro. It is located at Nydalen in the Nordre Aker borough of Oslo, Norway. The station opened on 20 August 2003, as part of the first section of the Ring Line to Storo. The station is served by lines 4, 5 and 6 of the metro, as well as several local bus services. Artistic effort was put into the construction of the station, and the escalators were built into the Tunnel of Light exhibition. Close by the station is the BI Norwegian Business School (BI) campus and several large working places.
Oppsal is a station on Østensjø Line (line 3) on the Oslo Metro, located in the suburb Oppsal between the stations of Skøyenåsen and Ulsrud, 7.8 kilometers (4.8 mi) from Stortinget. The station was opened as a subway station 29 October 1967. P.A.M. Mellbye was the station's architect. Rail service through Oppsal is older, having opened as a tram line already in 1926.
Oslo Bus Terminal (Norwegian: Oslo bussterminal) is the main bus station serving Oslo, Norway. Owned by Vaterland AS it is located beside Oslo Central Station and serves local buses to Akershus as well as domestic and international coaches.
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.
Rikshospitalet is a light rail tram station at the end of the Ullevål Hageby Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located at Rikshospitalet, the Norwegian National Hospital, at Gaustad 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.
Skullerud (pronunciation ) is a station on Østensjø Line of the Oslo Metro, located in the Østensjø borough, between Bogerud and Mortensrud. Since its opening 26 November 1967, it was the end station of the line until Østensjøbanen was extended to Mortensrud in 1997. The area around Skullerud station has a mixture of residential areas and businesses, including the former centers for Norsk Data and Tandberg Radio. The station is also a node for several bus lines.
Skøyenåsen is a station on the Østensjø Line (Line 3) on the Oslo Metro, located between the stations of Godlia and Oppsal, 7.0 kilometers (4.3 mi) from Stortinget. The station was opened as a subway station 29 October 1967. Karl Stenersen was the station's architect. Rail service through Godlia is older, having opened as a tram line already in 1926.
Hammerborgtunnelen er ein 220 meter lang aust-vestgåande tunnel i to løp i gatesystemet Ring 1 i Oslo, mellom dei delane av Pilestredet i vest og Hammersborggata i aust som høyrer til Ring 1.
Nyskolen starta opp i Oslo 23. august 2004. Friskulen byggjer pedagogikken sin på eit trygt fellesskap, individuell utvekling og elevdemokrati. Skulen held til i Akersveien på St. Hanshaugen. Han har barne- og ungdomssteg, fordelt på om lag 60 elevar. Elevane går ikkje i aldersdelte klassar, men i grupper på tvers av alder. Dette er den einaste skulen av sitt slag i Noreg. Skulen er grunnlagt av Mosse Jørgensen.
Valkyrie plass was a metro station on the Oslo Metro.
Nationaltheatret is an underground metro station and tram stop serving Vika and the city center of Oslo, Norway. It is located on the Common Tunnel of the Oslo Metro and on the Briskeby Line of the Oslo Tramway. Also located at the same place is Nationaltheatret Station of the Drammen Line. The station is served by all six lines of the metro, and lines 13 and 19 of the tramway. In addition, several bus services call at the station. It is named for the National Theatre located nearby.
Vestli er eit strøk i Oslo. Det ligg mellom anna oppå ein underjordisk T-banestasjon - Vestli stasjon. Strøket «grenser opp mot friområdene på Gjelleråsen i øst,» ifølgje Store Norske Leksikon.
Holtet is a light rail station on the Ekeberg line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located at Holtet in Ekeberg, in the borough of Nordstrand, in Oslo, Norway.
Karlsrud is a station on Lambertseter Line (line 4) of the Oslo Metro, on the north side of Lambertseter. The station is between Brattlikollen and Lambertseter, 8.6 kilometers (5.3 mi) from Stortinget. The station was opened on 28 April 1957 as a tramway and 22 May 1966 as a metro. The station's architect was Guttorm Bruskeland.
Kastellet is a light rail station on the Oslo Tramway.
Blå ("Blue") is a jazz club in Grünerløkka, Oslo, Norway.
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.
Hoff is a light rail station on the Oslo Tramway.
Inkognitogata is a tram stop on the Briskeby Line (Briskebylinjen) in Oslo, Norway. Inkognitogata is a street which begins at Uranienborg Road and follows Slottsparken all the way towards the Oslofjord, to Henrik Ibsens gate (formerly Drammensveien). The tram station is situated between Riddervolds plass and Nationaltheatret. It is serviced by line 19, which is served by SL79 trams.
The Bjørvika Tunnel (Norwegian: Bjørvikatunnelen) is a motorway immersed tunnel on European Route E18 in the city center of Oslo, Norway. The tunnel has two bores, with three lanes in each. In the west, it connects to the Festning Tunnel at Akershus Fortress and runs under the Bjørvika arm of the Oslofjord before ending in an intersection on the east shore, where it splits into Mosseveien (E18) and the Ekeberg Tunnel (National Road 190). The tunnel is 1,100 metres (3,600 ft) long, 675 meters of which run below sea level, and opened in September 2010. It was built by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration The Bjørvika Tunnel is part of the Opera Tunnel complex which is the name of the interconnected system of tunnels between Ryen and Filipstad The Bjørvika Tunnel is the first immersed tunnel in Norway.
Grorud Station (Norwegian: Grorud stasjon) is a railway station on the Trunk Line located in the Grorud borough of Oslo, Norway. Situated 10.50 kilometers (6.52 mi) from Oslo Central Station, it consists of three tracks with a side platforms and an island platform. Grorud is served by the L1 line of the Norwegian State Railways's Oslo Commuter Rail.
The Fram Museum (Norwegian: Frammuseet) is a museum telling the story of Norwegian polar exploration. It is located on the peninsula of Bygdøy in Oslo, Norway.
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.
Jernbanetorget is both a rapid transit station on the Oslo Metro and a light rail station of the Oslo Tramway. The metro station is in the Common Tunnel used by all lines under the city centre. It is located between Stortinget to the west and Grønland to the east. Until the construction of the station at Stortinget, Jernbanetorget was the end station for the eastern lines in downtown. Along with the Oslo Central Station, Oslo Bus Terminal and the tram and bus station above ground, Jernbanetorget is the largest transport hub in Norway.
Storo is a rapid transit station on the Ring Line of the Oslo Metro, and a tram station on the Grünerløkka–Torshov Line of the Oslo Tramway. It is located at Storo in the Nordre Aker borough of Oslo, Norway. The tram station opened on 28 November 1902, and the rapid transit station on 20 August 2003. Metro lines 4, 5 and 6 run to the station, with line 5 terminating there. The tram station serves lines 11, 12 and 13. The station is within walking distance of Grefsen Station on the Gjøvik Line. The station also functions as a bus hub, being located along Ring 3. Storo is a mixed commercial and residential area, and a shopping center is located just north of the subway station.
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 Waldorf School (Norwegian: Rudolf Steinerskolen i Oslo) is a Waldorf school located in the Hovseter area in the Vestre Aker district of West End Oslo, Norway. It is an integrated primary, middle and high school with around 550 pupils. Founded in 1926, it is one of the oldest Waldorf schools worldwide. It is generally regarded as one of the most prestigious schools in Norway and many of its alumni have been noted in the arts, politics and other areas of society. The school is an independent non-profit foundation governed by a board consisting of representatives of the teachers and parents, and it is a member of the Norwegian Association of Waldorf Schools.
NRK (an abbreviation of the Norwegian: Norsk rikskringkasting AS, generally expressed in English as the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation) is the Norwegian government-owned radio and television public broadcasting company, and the largest media organisation in Norway. NRK broadcasts three national TV channels and three national radio channels on digital terrestrial television, digital terrestrial radio and subscription television. All NRK radio stations are being streamed online at NRK.no, which also offers an extensive TV service. NRK is a founding member of the European Broadcasting Union.
Hadelandshøgda is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.
Løren is an underground rapid transit station of the Oslo Metro and the newest on the subway network. Serving the Oslo, Norway, neighborhood of Løren in the borough of Grünerløkka, the station is the only situated on the Løren Line. Designed by Arne Henriksen, the station is situated 27 meters (89 ft) underground. Construction of the station began in 2013 and was completed in 2016. The station is estimated to have 6,000 daily passengers. It is served every fifteen minutes by trains running along the adjoining Ring Line via the Løren Line to the Grorud Line.