A children's fare applies to bicycles, personal transporters and kicksleds.
It is free to bring:
- Small children's bicycles.
- Collapsible bicycles.
- Disabled bicycles.
- Small scooters that you can easily carry under your arm.
In July you may bring your bicycle free on the Metro. This applies to all days - all day long. Outside of July the following applies:
You may bring you bicycle free on the Metro if travelling outside of rush hour or during weekends. Rush hour is Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
How to travel with bicycle
On all transport modes
- Bicycles are permitted if there is sufficient space. Some exceptions apply on buses on Nesodden and the ferries.
- The length must not exceed 1,750 mm, while the width must not exceed 700 mm. The same rules apply for electric bicycles, small electric scooters or the like.
- Please make sure your bicycle is not blocking the path for other passengers on board.
- It is not permitted to use bicycles, skateboards, roller skates or similar in Ruter's areas or transport services.
- On ferry routes B1 and B1, you can bring your bicycle before 9:00 only, provided there is sufficient space.
- On ferry route B10, a maximum of 20 bicycles are permitted on board.
- On ferry routes B11, B20, B21 and B22, a maximum of six bicycles are permitted on board.
On Nesodden buses
Buses on the Nesodden peninsula have limited space, and wheelchairs and prams are prioritised. You may be eligible for a refund if there isn't sufficient space for your bicycle.