Grorud (station)

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For the railway station, see Grorud Station.
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Grorud
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Location Grorud, Oslo
Norway
Coordinates 59°57′40″N 10°52′53″E / 59.96111°N 10.88139°E / 59.96111; 10.88139Coordinates: 59°57′40″N 10°52′53″E / 59.96111°N 10.88139°E / 59.96111; 10.88139
Elevation 180.3 m (592 ft)
Owned by Sporveien
Operated by Sporveien T-banen
Line(s) Grorud Line
Distance 11.3 km (7.0 mi) from Stortinget
Connections Bus: 31 Snarøya
62 Ammerud
63 Romsås
66 Helsfyr
68 Helsfyr
79 Holmlia
Construction
Structure type At-grade
History
Opened 16 October 1966

Grorud is a rapid transit station on the Oslo Metro. Located between Ammerud and Romsås on Grorud Line, it serves the Grorud borough. The station is located on the south side of a tunnel entrance. Above the station is a small cluster of shops and a small bus terminal.

The station was the end station of the original section of the Grorud Line, which opened 16 October 1966, and remained the end station until it was extended to Rommen on 3 March 1974.

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Bergkrystallen Ammerud Line 4 Romsås Vestli
Ring Line and Sognsvann Line 5 Vestli

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