You can find on this page the Oslo tram map to print and to download in PDF. The Oslo trams map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the tramway of Oslo in Norway.

Oslo tramway map

Map of Oslo trams

The Oslo tram map shows all the stations and lines of the Oslo tramways. This tramway map of Oslo will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trams of Oslo in Norway. The Oslo tram map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Oslo Tramway (Norwegian: Oslotrikken) is a 131.4-kilometre (81.6 mi) tramway in Oslo, Norway which consists of six lines with 99 stops and has a daily ridership of 110,000 as you can see in Oslo tramway map. It is operated by Oslo Sporvognsdrift, a subsidiary of the municipal owned Kollektivtransportproduksjon who maintain the track and 72 tram vehicles on contracts with the public transport authority Ruter. The system operates on standard gauge and uses 750 overhead V DC. Depot, workshops and headquarters are at Grefsen (at the terminus of lines 13 and 17). There is also a depot at Holtet (along lines 18 and 19) that is home to the technical company InfraPartner, which maintains the track for the tram and metro systems in Oslo, and a small Office building for Oslo Sporveier.

Most of the tram lines in Oslo go near the downtown area, and all the lines on the system go either through downtown, or, more rarely, terminate there as its shown in Oslo tramway map. As of 2005 there are six lines, all of which operate daily, usually on a schedule with a 10-minute headway, or 20-minute schedule during late evenings and weekends. The entire network is 131.4 km long. Many stretches are operated by two or more lines. In central areas, served by more than one line, there is a maximum of 5-minute headway between trams, a concept named "Rullende fortau" (rolling sidewalk) by the tram company. The Oslo tram system has 72 trams. There are also some old trams which are brought out on special occasions.

Oslo tram lines are color coded, and the colors appear on the line map as well as destination signs (but not any more on the SL-79 trams since they have digital destination displays). Line 11 and 13 share colors, as do lines 18 and 19 as its mentioned in Oslo tramway map. Some tram maps distinguish between them by giving line 11 a lighter green than line 13, and by making the yellow of line 19 more orange. Up until the 2005 restructuring of the tram system there was also a line 10 (Jar-Skøyen-Aker Brygge-Jernbanetorget-Ullevål-Rikshospitalet), color coded blue and a line 15 (Grefsen-Trondheimsveien-Nationaltheateret-Majorstuen), color coded red. Destinations in brackets are only served during off-peak hours except for Jar which is served every 20 minutes as opposed to every 10 minutes. Lines 11 and 12 are run jointly. A line 11 tram arriving at Majorstuen continues as a line 12 and vice versa. The same applies to the lines 13 and 17 at their terminus Grefsen.