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|Founded||January 1, 1986|
|Products||Local bus transport in the Kristiansand area|
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Bussen Trafikkselskap was a Norwegian bus company that operated the yellow city bus in Kristiansand and surrounding areas Vennesla, Søgne and Songdalen. The company had about 300 employees and operates on contract with Vest-Agder Kollektivtrafikk. Nettbuss Sør (blue buses) took over the local buses in Kristiansand 01.01.2011.
The company was founded on January 1, 1986 as the result of a merger between Ruteexpressen, Lillesand og Topdalens Bilruter, Torridalens Bilruter and Vaagsbygdruta and is owned by the holding company TK Brøvig that also owns Vaagsbygdruta and Sørlandsruta.
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