Here are the presentations from the meeting:

Espen Strand Henriksen, Kolumbus:

Olav Skinnes, Buskerud fylkeskommune:




We have invited county product leader in Buskerud, Olav Skinnes, Changemaker Espen Strand Henriksen in Kolumbus, Terje Sundfjord in Brakar, Claes Kanold in Ruter and Kristin Kjøans Jansson in NSB to talk about and comment on how they work to develop smart mobility solutions.

Kolumbus 2.0

In June 2017, Rogaland County Municipality decided that Kolumbus should go from being a collecting company to becoming a mobility provider. The company is going to work for trains, bicycles, walking and car sharing seamlessly by bus and boat. In September, Kolumbus and the Norwegian Railway Directorate signed an agreement on route, fare and ticket cooperation in Rogaland. The agreement involves seamless travel by bus and local train, similar to ticket and ticket systems and corresponding departure times.

Home – job – home

Home-job-home is the first project in which Kolumbus, Bysykelen as, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Rogaland County Municipality and the municipalities of Stavanger, Sandnes, Sola and Randaberg cooperate to make it easier to put the car home. As a member of a Home Job Home Business, you get access to a reduced monthly ticket for buses and trains throughout Rogaland, free use of Bysykelen and car hire. Together, Mobility Group has taken the goal of further developing and coordinating measures for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users, and tests self-propelled buses.

Time and place: January 15, 2018 08.00-10.00

Record Bar, Tollbugata 4, Drammen (200 meters from the hub of Drammen Station)