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Oslo Public Transportation
The public transportation system in Oslo, operated by Ruters, is moderately accessible, but its use will require some planning for disabled travelers, particularly those in wheelchairs. The city’s metro train system is accessible at all stations with the exception of one. All city buses offer step-free access, but the on-street trams do not. Most public ferries are wheelchair accessible.
Flytoget Airport Express Train
The Flytoget, or Airport Express train at the Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL) station.
The Flytoget, or Airport Express, is a 210 km/h high speed train which connects Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL) with non-stop service to Oslo Central Station. The journey takes 19 minutes. An alternate Flytoget service is available which offers stops at Lillestrøm, Oslo Central, Nationaltheatret, Skøyen, Lysaker, Sandvika, Asker, and Drammen stations.
The Flytoget trains and stations are fully accessible to wheelchairs. Train cars have built-in wheelchair ramps that can be extended by a train conductor. Consult a station attendant for help flagging down a conductor for assistance.
Fares range from 140 to 260 NOK, based upon the destination or point of embarkation. Fares to Oslo Central Station and the Lillestrøm, Nationaltheatret, Skøyen and Lysaker stations are 180 NOK, or about $22 USD. Fares can be [...]