Jernbanetorget (station)

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Jernbanetorget
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Station statistics
Address Jernbanetorget, Oslo
Norway
Coordinates 59°54′42″N 10°45′3″E / 59.91167°N 10.75083°E / 59.91167; 10.75083Coordinates: 59°54′42″N 10°45′3″E / 59.91167°N 10.75083°E / 59.91167; 10.75083
Elevation -5.2 m
Line(s) Common Tunnel
Connections Train: Oslo S
Bus: Oslo Bus Terminal
Distance 0.5 km from Stortinget
Structure type Underground
Other information
Opened 1966
Owned by Sporveien
Operator Sporveien T-banen
Reisekort Yes

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.[1] 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.

All six of the subway lines pass through the station, totaling 24 departures per hour during most of the day. The station is 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) from Stortinget and submerged 5.2 metres (17 ft) below sea level.[2]

It is also the central hub of the Tram network with all six lines using either the platform in front of Christiania Hotel or the one in front of the public transport information centre, Trafikanten.

Services[edit]

TERMINUS NEXT STATION
← WEST
Jernbanetorget NEXT STATION
EAST→
TERMINUS
Frognerseteren Stortinget Line 1 Grønland Ellingsrudåsen
Gjønnes Line 2 Ellingsrudåsen
Storo Line 3 Mortensrud
Ringen Line 4 Bergkrystallen
Østerås Line 5 Vestli
Sognsvann Line 6 Ringen
Majorstuen Stortorvet Line 11 Brugata Kjelsås
Majorstuen Prinsens gate* Line 12 Kjelsås
Jar Line 13 Grefsen
Rikshospitalet Stortorvet Line 17 Grefsen
Rikshospitalet Line 18 Oslo Bus Terminal Ljabru
Majorstuen Prinsens gate* Line 19 Ljabru

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oslo Sporveier. "Milepæler 1875 - 2005" (in Norwegian). Archived from the original on 2010-12-06. Retrieved 2006-12-09. 
  2. ^ Oslo Sporveier. "T-banestasjonene i øst" (in Norwegian). Archived from the original on 2010-12-06. Retrieved 2006-12-09. 

External links[edit]

Media related to Jernbanetorget stasjon at Wikimedia Commons