Risløkka (station)

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Location Risløkka, Oslo
Coordinates 59°55′56″N 10°49′23″E / 59.93222°N 10.82306°E / 59.93222; 10.82306Coordinates: 59°55′56″N 10°49′23″E / 59.93222°N 10.82306°E / 59.93222; 10.82306
Owned by Sporveien
Operated by Sporveien T-banen
Line(s) Grorud Line
Distance 6.5 km (4.0 mi) from Stortinget
Structure type At-grade
Opened 16 October 1966

Risløkka is a station on Grorud Line (line 5) on the Oslo Metro. The station lies between Økern and Vollebekk and is situated 6.5 km from Stortinget. The station is among the original stations on the line and was opened ob 16 October 1966. Peer Qvam was the station's architect.[1]

The line bridges the local road Risløkkalleen immediately east of the station. To the north of the station is a largely residential area, with several detached houses. To the south is a more industrial area, including the main office for the road construction company Oslo Vei, the successor to Oslo's public road constructor. Also near the subway station is a base for the Norwegian Public Roads Administration which deals with driver and vehicle licensing.

Bergkrystallen Økern Line 4 Vollebekk Vestli
Ring Line and Sognsvann Line 5 Vestli


  1. ^ Acando. "Sporveien Oslo AS - Velkommen til Sporveien, Norges største leverandør av kollektivtrafikk". www.sporveien.no. Retrieved 10 August 2017.

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