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– Trafikanten-appen har endret navn til RuterReise!
Reiseplanleggeren gir deg muligheten til å enkelt planlegge reisen din, og med en komplett oversikt over alle stoppesteder på hele Østlandet finner du alltid frem!
Ruter er fortsatt din favorittkilde til sanntidsinformasjon i Oslo og Akershus. Er bussen din i rute? Må du løpe etter trikken? Se etter de gule klokkeslettene, de forteller deg eksakt hvor lang tid som gjenstår.
Klokkeslettene i hvitt er rutetider der sanntid ikke er tilgjengelig. Og de gir deg oversikt mye lenger frem i tid.
Nå får du avgangstider og reiseplanlegger for 18000 stoppesteder over hele Østlandet. Så med denne appen kan du planlegge en reise fra Hovedøya i Oslo til Fiskebrygga i Tønsberg.
Kartet har en sentral plass og gir deg muligheten til å søke på både adresser og stoppesteder. Sjekk hvor du er og hvor nærmeste stoppested er. Her kan du også planlegge en reise og finne sanntidsinformasjon direkte fra kartet.
Reiser du samme rute hver eneste dag, bør du legge inn linjene dine som favoritter. Da får du den perfekte oversikt over din reise. Og du vil enkelt se om alt er i rute eller om det har kommet noen avviksmeldinger.
Utvikler av applikasjonen er codebox.no og ansvarlig utgiver er Trafikanten AS - et datterselskap av Ruter AS. For spørsmål eller forslag til forbedringer, ta kontakt på: http://ruter.no/kontakt
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The Oslo tunnelbane began as a network of suburban railroads which finally were connected through a city tunnel to form today's network of T-bane lines. So some lines date back to the end of the 19th century (Holmenkollbanen 1898). All western lines had their terminus station at Majorstuen until a 2 km long tunnel was built to Nationaltheatret in 1928.
On the eastern side of town, tramways dominated until the 1950's, there was only one rail-line (today's line 3 east). Line 4 to Bergkrystallen was opened as a metro line in 1966 although part of the line had been used for light rail before. In the 1970's the rest of the eastern lines was built with their city terminus at Jernbanetorget (Central Station).
In 1977 the city tunnel could be opened for the eastern lines to reach Stortinget, in 1986 also western lines could run through the new tunnel from Nationaltheatret to Stortinget although passengers had to transfer here because of two different supply systems (only the eastern lines had third rail supply then). From 1993 on, the western lines either changed their power supply to third rail or new trains equipped with both systems (catenary and 3rd rail) have been used on Line 1 (2-car trains, switch at Frřen) and the former Line 4 to Kolsĺs (3-car trains, switch at Montebello - this route is now being upgraded for full metro service). Along the stretches using overhead wires there are also some level crossings. Since 1995 all 5 lines run through the shared metro tunnel from east to west.
On 12 April 2003, the line arrangement on the western side was changed, with Line 1 being cut back to Majorstuen (during peak hours through operation to Bergkrystallen). After passenger protests, Line 1 has been running again through the city tunnel all the way to Helsfyr since 8 Jan 2005.
The ring line was completed on 21 Aug 2006 when the missing section between Storo and Carl Berners plass was brought into service. Since that day, Line 4 and the newly created Line 6 have been serving the ring jointly in a loop.
On 1 July 2006, the Kolsĺsbanen was curtailed at Montebello station to allow for its upgrading to metro standard. During construction trains terminated at a temporary stop called Husebybakken. The line reopened in stages, starting in Aug 2008 up to Ĺsjordet (see list below).
On 14 March 2010, operation with overhead power supply ceased on the last stretch of line 1, which was then converted to third-rail power supply, too, although the line is not completely segregated, but retains several level crossings. While not all stations have been rebuilt (some may be eliminated or relocated), the doors of the last car of a 3-car train will not open at those stations. During daytime hours, line 1 trains now operate to Ellingsrudĺsen, whereas during other times they terminate at Helsfyr.
On 9 Dec 2012, except for line 1, all the western termini were switched, leaving the following lines:
Frognerseteren - Ellingsrudĺsen
Gjřnnes - Ellingsrudĺsen
Storo - Mortensrud
Ring (Line 6) - Bergkrystallen
Řsterĺs - Vestli
Ring (Line 4) - Sognsvann