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It is an important centre for maritime industries and maritime trade in Europe. The city is home to many companies within the maritime sector, some of which are amongst the world's largest shipping companies, shipbrokers and maritime insurance brokers.
As of 2010 the metropolitan area of Oslo has a population of 1,442,318, of whom 912,046 live in the contiguous conurbation. The population currently increases at record rates, making it the fastest growing city in Europe.
The Oslo Metro (T- Bahn) is the rapid transit system of Oslo, Norway, operated by Oslo T-banedrift on contract from the transit authority Ruter. The network consists of six lines that all run through the city centre, with a total length of 84.2 kilometres (52.3 mi).
In 2009 it had a daily ridership of 268,000 with 105 stations of which 16 are underground or indoors. In addition to serving all 15 boroughs of Oslo, two lines run to Bærum.
All stations have step-free accessibility through at least one entrance (except the inbound platform at Frøen).
Tickets are sold from machines in most Stations and prices subject to change:
Single (Pre-bought) Adult Ticket is NOK 30 (US$5.00) with Free Transfers within the Hour
Single (Pre-bought) Children/Senior Ticket is NOK 15 (US$2.50) with Free Transfers within the Hour
The International Telephone Calling code for Norway is 47, followed by the Oslo City Code of 22 in most cases.
24 Hour (Day Pass) Adult is NOK 75 (US$12.50) 24 Hour (Day-Pass) Children/Senior is NOK 38 (US$6.50)
7-Day (Weekly Pass) Adult is NOK 220 (US$36.00) 7-Day (Weekly Pass) Children/Senior is NOK 110 (US$18.00)
For more up-todate inforamtion on the Oslo T-Bahn system go to www.tbane.no
PLEASE NOTE: SOME SUBWAY STATIONS STILL TO BE ADDED TO THE WINE & DINE THE SUBWAY WEBSITE