The public transportation company called Ruter is increasing some of its Transit prices in Oslo, Norway. Now its more expensive to travel the green way in Norway. Seems like the politicians wants Norway to be a healthy country, but the bigger towns suffer from bad transit regulations.
Here is the new prices for one hour ticket in Oslo, Norway
Some tickets isn’t touched this time. That is the 24 hour ticket, 7 days ticket and a ticked called Rufus.
Here are the Changes
- 30-day ticket: 30-day ticket for children, seniors, youth, student and adult increases by 2.6% in all zones.
- 365 days ticket: 365 days ticket increases by 2.6% for adult and seniors in all zones.
- Companion Discount: companion to the person with disabilities who can not travel alone will now travel free. At the ticket inspection you must be able to present a companion certificate.
- Family discount: The requirement for adult tickets removed so that Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, travelers over 18 years old with a valid ticket for up to four children under 16
- years free. Family discount is not applicable with the Oslo Pass or other special tickets.
- Rufus Ticket: The ticket is still valid for up to 15 people, but the number of adults can now be 4 per. ticket.