chalet style. The station opened along with the Drammen Line on, until 1922 being named. Read early, the earlier, the better! Sandvika Station acts as the main bus terminal for Sandvika. The government is working on plans to build the Ringerike Line, a 40-kilometer (25 mi) extension of the Bergen Line from Hnefoss which is planned to connect to the Asker Line at Sandvika Station. 33 The Airport Express Train runs every 20 minutes to Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. The station is elevated and located centrally in Sandvika. 2 Brum Municipal Council was asked where it wanted the station placed. The station saw the tracks raised through Sandvika, allowing the town to be freed from the bonds of a railway running through.
15 The line past the station received centralized traffic control and automatic train stop on 3 December 1992. There was consensus to establish one in Sandvika, although there was disagreement regarding the placement of the other.
Brum bought shares for 2000 speciedaler, but was unable to pay all its dues. Electric traction started operation on 8 An interlocking system was installed on half-hour headway was introduced on local trains between Sandvika and Oslo. Archived from the original on Retrieved "Magasin ny Lysaker stasjon" (PDF) (in Norwegian). 24 The platforms are ny videregende skole tvedestrand universally accessible from street level, 23 but the platforms are 7 centimeters (2.8 in) too low to allow step-free access to the trains. 25 Track 1 is to the north and 4 to the south, with eastbound trains stopping at the island platform with tracks 3 and. The concrete building is now used for elevators. "Utredning Forlengelse av Kolssbanen til Rykkinn / Brums Verk" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Hartmann: 101 a b Sjlli, Morten. 1 Travel time from Sandvika to Oslo West Station (Oslo V) was originally 27 minutes. In addition to increasing capacity, the goal was also to make Sandvika a more attractive site to travel through. Airport Express Train and serves as the main bus terminal for the town. Gudmund Hoel opened in 1919.