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Transit > Europe > Norway > Bergen

Facts and Figures

Operator Tide
System Type Trolley Bus
Year Opened 1950
# of Lines 1
# of Cars 6 ETB, 2 Dual mode
Mileage 7 km
Gauge N/A
Power Overhead
Fare Media Tickets
Data Date 2016
1st Visit 5/2015
Last Visit 5/2015
% Rode 0%


The city of Bergen has the only trolley bus system still in operation in all of Norway. Currently the system is donw to only one line on route #2, Line 5 closed in 2007. As per usual, the trolley bus network came from converted tram lines. The longevity of Trolley busses running in Bergen is unclear with only one route servcie by 6 trolley busses and 2 daul mode busses. The stati

Bergen does have an expansive traditional bus system serving the region. Photos of which are also featured below. However the statistics to the right are only for the trolley busses.

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Trolley bus crossing the main downtown square area (5/12/15) Trolley bus starting it run out of downtown (5/12/15)
Yes, thos are trolley poles on the back of the bus heading outbound (5/12/15) Inbound trolley bus (5/12/15)
Regular articulated bus, pain scheme matches the trams (5/12/15) Standard bus downtown (5/12/15)
Standard bus turning into the transit mall (5/12/15) Bus parked byt hte large park downtown (5/12/15)


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