Transportation

Oslo_Lufthavn_2017_-_visualisering_luftperspektiv_dagTynset can easily be reached by rail, road and air. The national road, RV3, which is the shortest route between Oslo and Trondheim, runs through Tynset.

The Rondevegen road connects Tynset with Lillehammer, Gjovik and Roros, and continues into Sweden. RV30 through Rendalen also continues into Sweden.

The Rorosbanen railway line connects Tynset with the capital Oslo and with Trondheim.

The railway also connects Tynset directly to the international airport in Oslo.

Roros airport, 55 km away, is part of the national network. Small planes can use Tynset local airport.

Tynset is connected to the universities in Trondheim and Oslo.

Tynset is located between the universities in Trondheim, Gjovik and Oslo, with some of Scandinavia’s leading knowledge centers on ICT  and Information Security.

 

Slomarka
Short term capacity:
9 MW
Long term capacity:
50 MW
Site area:
1.000.000 m2
Rudshøgda sør
Short term capacity:
9 MW
Long term capacity:
40 MW
Site area:
50.000 m2
Lalm
Short term capacity:
10 MW
Long term capacity:
100 MW
Site area:
12200 m2
Krabyskogen
Short term capacity:
9 MW
Long term capacity:
50 MW
Site area:
80.000 m2
Grundsetmoen
Short term capacity:
9 MW
Long term capacity:
100 MW
Site area:
1.500.000 m2
Grue Industry Park
Short term capacity:
10 MW
Long term capacity:
10 MW
Site area:
200.000 m2
Heggvin
Short term capacity:
0 MW
Long term capacity:
300 MW
Site area:
1.480.000 m2
Tylldalen
Short term capacity:
1 MW
Long term capacity:
100 MW
Site area:
1.000.000 m2
Plassen
Short term capacity:
5 MW
Long term capacity:
25 MW
Site area:
200.000 m2
Åkrestrømmen
Short term capacity:
1 MW
Long term capacity:
100 MW
Site area:
1 500 000 m2
Oslo airport, Gardermoen
International airport.
Røros airport
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