Furuset Line

Furuset Line

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Furuset Line

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The Furuset Line () line on the Oslo Metro between Hellerud and Ellingsrudåsen in Oslo, Norway. Running mostly underground, it passes through the southern part of Groruddalen, serving neighborhoods in the boroughs of Alna and Furuset. The line is served by Line 1 and 2 of the metro. The line is owned by Kollektivtransportproduksjon and operated by Oslo T-banedrift on contract with Ruter using MX3000 trains. It is served four times per hour during regular service.

The section from Hellerud via Tveita to Haugerud opened in 1970. The line was extended to Trosterud in 1974, to Lindeberg and Furuset in 1978, and to Ellingsrudåsen in 1981. There are plans to extend the line further east through Lørenskog to Akershus University Hospital, and to build a branch from Furuset to the Grorud Line.

Route

The Furuset Line branches from the Østensjø Line after Hellerud, and runs north-east through the southern part of Groruddalen, in the boroughs of Alna and Furuset, which mostly have dense residential housing. Most of the line is underground, and Haugerud is the only station located at grade. However, Ellingsrudåsen is the only station located in a rock cavern. The line is the fastest of the metro, and most of the line allows speeds of .

Service

The line is served by Line 1 and 2 of the metro. During regular hours, both have...
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