How to read the timetables

The heading


14-131: The routes number.

Lærdal-Sogndal-Vik: The name of the route and often also tells you where the bus goes. In this case from Lærdal via Sogndal to Vik.

RETURTABELL: If you click on Returtabell, you will get the time table for the return journey. In this case the timetable for Vik via Sogndal to Lærdal.

SKRIV UT: Print timetable

Footnotes and abbreviations


20/06/2016-21/12/2016: The dates in the table tells you which period the table is valid.

Numbers and letters in grey area: The abbreviations in the grey area of the table tells you which days the route directly below the abbreviation goes.
The abbreviations means: 1 = Monday, 2 = Tuesday, 3 = Wednesday, 4 = Thursday, 5 = Friday, 6 = Saturday, 7 = Sunday, D = Daily, S = Schooldays, X = Except.
In this excample the first route has the number 2, that means it only goes on Tuesdays. When it says Dx67 it goes daily except Saturdays and Sundays.

Footnotes, white numbers in black circle: These numbers refers to the footnotes (fotnoter) below the tabel.

Stops and times


Places: The leftmost column tells you where the bus stops.

Times: The times in the table tells you when the bus leaves the stop.

...: Three dots after the stop instead of the time means that the bus does not pass this stop.

| : This marking also means that the bus does not pass this stop.

Numbers in squares under the table: The numbers 1,2,3,4 and Neste are the pages the table consists of. "Neste" means "Next".

Other symbols and abbreviations:
a: Only disembarking passengers

p: Only embarking/boarding passengers

x: Stops if there are passengers.

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