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1 THE BUS SYSTEM IN TROMSØ

2 Where do the buses go?

3 2 main bus stop areas

4 When do the buses go? From 6 a.m. to midnight From 6 a.m. to midnight In addition: Nattugla The Night Owl Friday and Saturday nights. In addition: Nattugla The Night Owl Friday and Saturday nights. Departures from town centre 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 a.m. Departures from town centre 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 a.m.

5 Bus Cards and Bus Fares One Way Ticket – NOK 27,-. Valid for 1 hour (includes change of buses within that hour) One Way Ticket – NOK 27,-. Valid for 1 hour (includes change of buses within that hour) Note that the Night Owl has other bus fare prices: NOK 50,- per ticket Note that the Night Owl has other bus fare prices: NOK 50,- per ticket The Period Ticket Periodebillett (includes student discounts) The Period Ticket Periodebillett (includes student discounts) The Value Card Verdikonto The Value Card Verdikonto

6 The Period Ticket Personal card with your photo, and can only be used by the card holder. Cost 50,- first time you buy it. Discount for young adults under 30 years of age Valid for 14, 30 or 90 days within the City Zone Costs: – Age above 30: –14 Days: Young adults: 200 – Age above 30: 340 –30 Days: Young adults: 380 – Age above 30: 640 –90 Days: Young adults: 980 – Age above 30: 1640 –180 Days: Young adults: 1850 – Age above 30: 3090 The card can then be updated on the buses. Remember to always have valid identification when updating the card. Failure to produce valid identification can lead to the confiscation of the card.

7 The Value Account The most suitable card if you have an irregular travel pattern 25% discount compared to single fare tickets Example: 1 ticket NOK 20,20 (not 27)

8 Things to note Cominor are coming to campus tomorrow to produce bus cards – no need to pay periods now. Cominor are coming to campus tomorrow to produce bus cards – no need to pay periods now. Bus cards cost NOK 50,- but tomorrow you can get the card free of charge Bus cards cost NOK 50,- but tomorrow you can get the card free of charge After tomorrow the personal ticket cards should be bought the first time at the Traffic Triangle (Trafikktriangelen) in the town centre or at Cominor close to campus. Bring ID After tomorrow the personal ticket cards should be bought the first time at the Traffic Triangle (Trafikktriangelen) in the town centre or at Cominor close to campus. Bring ID Keep the receipt at home in case you loose the card Keep the receipt at home in case you loose the card Cards can be recharged Cards can be recharged Your bus habits decide which card is the cheapest solution Your bus habits decide which card is the cheapest solution

9 Bus Schedules The Bus Schedules can be obtained for free on the buses The Bus Schedules can be obtained for free on the buses In bus schedules: DX67 means Daily except the 6 and 7 day of the week (Saturday and Sunday). 6 means Saturdays only and 7 means Sundays only. In bus schedules: DX67 means Daily except the 6 and 7 day of the week (Saturday and Sunday). 6 means Saturdays only and 7 means Sundays only. Schedules change during holidays/vacations Schedules change during holidays/vacations Internet: 5&parentID=2911 Internet: 5&parentID= &parentID= &parentID=

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11 In doubt or in search? Dont hesitate to come to the Student Counselling Centre

12 Questions?


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