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Tag Archives: Norway
All-time high for public transport in Norway
Public transport use in Norway is at all-time high. This high usage level is a result of political priorities, and represents a cost in terms of subsidies to public transport. Norway has a rapidly growing population, but with 5,3 million inhabitants on 324 000 sq.km, the country is still...
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Increased Licensing Age for Light Motorcycles?
Increasing the age limit in Norway for obtaining a light motorcycle driver’s licence from 16 to 18 years is expected to result in a considerable reduction in crash involvement among 16- and 17-year-old riders of powered two-wheelers and three- or four-wheeled mopeds. For crashes resulting in...
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