Lambert M. SurhoneISBN: 978-6-1320-0252-5;
Roa Station (Norwegian: Roa stasjon)is a railway station in Roa, Norway on the Gjovik Line. It is served by Oslo Commuter Rail line trains operated by NSB Gjovikbanen. The station was opened in 1909 as part of the new Roa-Honefoss Line that connects the Bergen Line to the Gjovik Line. NSB Gjovikbanen AS is a Norwegian railway company that operates the passenger train service on the Gjovik Line. A subsidiary of the state-owned Norges Statsbaner (NSB), it operates a fleet of nine Class 69g three-car electric multiple units. NSB Gjovikbanen provides two different services: the Skoyen – Oslo S – Jaren service is part of the Oslo Commuter Rail; while Oslo S – Gjovik is a regional service, with only limited stops on the route until Grua. Departures are each 40 minutes, with every third train running to Gjovik.
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