Oslo toll ring / toll plazas

The Oslo toll rings

When driving into Oslo you will pass one or more toll plazas.

Prices and payment

Congestion charge and environmental differentiation rates apply to the prices at Oslo's toll points:

  • It is more expensive to pass during rush hour, i.e. 6.30–9 am and 3–5 pm. 

  • It is more expensive to pass with a diesel vehicle, cheaper with electric cars, and free with hydrogen-driven cars. Regular prices apply to gasoline and hybrid vehicles.

The regular price is currently 21 NOK (from June 2019) for passing one of the two outer rings, 28 NOK during rush hour. The charge for the innermost ring is 17 NOK, or 21 NOK during rush hour. Diesel cars and vehicles over 3500 kg are charged more.

You are only charged every time you pass a toll plaza on your way into the city, going the other way is free. 

See the complete list of prices at fjellinjen.no


Oslo's toll plazas are automatic and you do not need to stop when passing them. Payment is made after passing. The vehicle's registration number is photographed upon passing and the owner will receive an invoice by post. Please note that it can take 2-3 months before the invoice is issued.

If you have an AutoPASS tag (subscription), you will be charged according to the AutoPASS agreement, and get a discount of 20 %. 


Visitors from abroad

We recommend that you register your car with the correct Euro category and fuel type with Autopass/EPC. If you do not register your car in advance, you will be charged the highest toll category.
Invoices for cars registered in other countries are issued by EPC, which uses the different countries' car registers to find the name and address of the car owner. The invoice is paid to EPC, a company located in London.

More information about Visitors' Payment at autopass.no.


The Oslo toll ring is operated by Fjellinjen AS 

You can find information about toll roads elsewhere in Norway on www.autopass.no.