|Elevation||68.2 m (224 ft)|
|Operated by||Sporveien T-banen|
|Line(s)||Kolsås Line (metro)
Lilleaker Line (tramway)
|Distance||9.1 km (5.7 mi) from Stortinget|
|Opened||1 June 1924|
|Rebuilt||1 July 2006- December 1, 2010|
Jar is a station served both by the Oslo Metro and the Oslo Tramway located in Bærum, just west of Lysakerelva which divides Oslo and Bærum. The track is shared, the tram line (Lilleaker Line) joins with the rapid transit line (Kolsås Line) on the Oslo side of the river. The station's penthouse is yellow and contained a newspaper outlet.
Formerly, the entire line to Kolsås was part of the tram network. Since 2 December 2007 tram operations (line 13) have returned on this line from Jar to Bekkestua. Some tram runs, usually with SL79 units, run only as far as Jar where there is the turning loop they require.[dated info]
- "Jar stasjon" [Jar Station] (in Norwegian). Ruter. Archived from the original on 4 October 2010. Retrieved 4 October 2010.
- Hartmann, Eivind; Mangset, Øistein (2001). Neste stopp - verneplan for bygninger (in Norwegian). Baneforlaget. pp. 94–6. ISBN 82-91448-17-5.
- "T-banestasjonene i vest" [Metro stations in the west] (in Norwegian). Oslo Sporveier.
- 1. desember tar vi nye Jar stasjon i bruk (Plaque on MX3000 train) (in Norwegian). Oslo: Ruter.
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