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“Health economics for sustainable welfare systems”

5-8 July 2022

Oslo, Norway

Local transport

Getting to the Blindern Campus

Unfortunately, the Blindern Metro station is closed for maintenance during the conference. We advise using the Tram instead, but allow 20 minutes for the tram trip in addition to walking time at both ends (about 5 minutes from the tram stop to the GSH building).

Trikk (Tram)

Tram lines 17 and 18 take you from several stops in the city centre to the Universitetet Blindern stop.

Remember to activate your ticket or buy it in the Ruter app beforehand.

T-banen (Tube/Metro)

The metro system is efficient, but because of maintenance work the nearest metro station is Majorstuen. Get any westbound line from the central stations Jernbanetorget, Stortinget or Nationaltheatret. Remember to activate your ticket or buy it in the Ruter app beforehand.

From Majorstuen there is a 18 minutes walk to the main building GSH at the Blindern Campus, see map. Alternatively, but no faster, you can get the replacement buses line 4B or 5B or the ordinary bus 25 to the John Collets plass stop.


There are also many other bus lines, see the maps and information at ruter.no.

Getting around in Oslo

Visit Oslo has an overview of the transport system on their web pages visitoslo.com/en/transport/in-oslo/.

Planning your journey and buying your ticket is easy to do in the Ruter app from the local transport company. You need to enter credit card information in the app. Local tickets cost NOK 39,- and must be activated or bought beforehand in the app. Route planning is also available in the app and is more updated than Google maps.