ⓘ Transportation in Oslo

                                     

ⓘ Transportation in Oslo

The transportation system of Oslo county and Oslo city is a cooperation of different systems of infrastructure. Oslo is the most populous city in Norway and offers a large range of transportation systems. The public transportation system include buses, trams, metro and railway, and several large Norwegian and European roadways go through Oslo.

                                     
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