Sporveien T-banen

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Sporveien T-banen AS
Type Subsidiary
Industry Transport
Headquarters Oslo, Norway
Area served Greater Oslo
Key people Øystein Svendsen (CEO)[citation needed]
Revenue Increase NOK 694 million (2005)[citation needed]
Employees 521 (2005)[citation needed]
Parent Sporveien
Website www.tbanen.no
Footnotes / references
[1]

Sporveien T-banen AS is a limited company that is responsible for operating Oslo Metro (Norwegian: Oslo T-bane), the rapid transit in Oslo, Norway. The company is owned by Sporveien, which is owned by the city council. Sporveien operates on a contract with Ruter, the public transport administration in Oslo and Akershus.

The company has 521 employees, and operates 217 metro cars with a line length of 103.9 km. A total of 63.5 million passengers used the rapid transit in Oslo in 2005, 36% of the total public transport ridership in the city.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Oslo Sporveier. "T-bane" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2007-01-29.