It will become more expensive to travel by public transport and electric vehicles now that those vehicles must pay 30 kroner at toll booth around Oslo from 2020, the parties in Oslo Package 3 agreed.
Apart from cyclists, all help when public transport in and around the capital will be refurbished while also capacity on E18 west of Oslo will be increased.
Cars run on diesel will pay 53 kroner between the hours of 6:30 to 9:00 and 15.00 to 17.00. Gasoline cars must pay 48 kroner apiece, while the toll is 10 kr cheaper outside rush hours.
From 2018, it will cost 20 kr to pass the toll booth with electric car during rush hour, and from 2020 this will become a fixed rate of 10 kr during the same period.
This information comes from the latest draft agreement that will be on the table when contracting parties meet to add finishing touches Sunday afternoon.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today