From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Sinsen Line (Norwegian: Sinsenlinjen) is part of the Oslo Tramway on the east side of the city. Most of the line is served by line 17, although the northernmost tip (Grefsen–Torshov) is served by line 18 which otherwise runs on the Grünerløkka–Torshov Line. Both services use SL95 articulated trams.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinsen_Line
Sinsen is a mixed residential and commercial area in Grünerløkka borough of Oslo, Norway. The westernmost part of Sinsen is part of the borough Nordre Aker. The Sinsen Interchange, located on the border between the boroughs of Nordre Aker, Grünerløkka and Bjerke, was the first roundabout in Norway.
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Sinsen is a rapid transit station on the Ring Line of the Oslo Metro. It is located at Sinsen in the Sagene borough of Oslo, Norway. Next to the station is the tram station Sinsenkrysset, that has been part of the Sinsen Line of the Oslo Tramway since 1939. The station opened on 20 August 2006, as part of the first section of the Ring Line.
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The Sinsen Line is part of the Oslo Tramway on the east side of the city. Most of the line is served by line 17, although the northernmost tip is served by line 18 which otherwise runs on the Grünerløkka–Torshov Line. Both services use SL95 articulated trams.
The line leaves the Grünerløkka–Torshov Line on a northeastward track after crossing Akerselva. The line then runs along Trondheimsveien, passing Carl Berners plass until it reaches the Sinsen Interchange, then along Storovegen, past the tram sheds at Grefsen, until it rejoins with the Grünerløkka–Torshov Line. At Grefsen Station, there is transfer to the Oslo Commuter Rail along the Gjøvik Line. At Carl Berners plass and Storo, there is a transfer to the Oslo T-bane lines 4 and 5.
The Rodeløkka Line was first opened on 27 March 1900 as a double track from Nybrua along Trondheimsveien before it branched off at Helgesens gate towards Rodeløkka. Built by Kristiania Sporveisselskap, the initial Sinsen Line was built as a single-track branch of the Rødeløkka Line that continued along Trondheimsveien to just north of Carl Berners plass and opened on 1 February 1923. It was served by the newly created Line 13 that operated through the city center to Skillebekk on the ...
Plans for a tramway to Tonsenhagen were launched in the 1950s, and in 1954 the city council zoned the necessary area for the route. Modified versions of the plans were again passed by the city council in 1986, with subsequent zoning passed in 1993. The proposed line will continue along Trondheimsveien in its own right-of-way down the center of the road. A new station will be built at Sinsenterrassen, for both trams and buses. The line will receive a station serving Aker University Hospital, befo
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- 1 February 1923
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