There are several ways to see a route on a map. You can use the Journey Planner here on the website, on our app, or on the page for the route or bus stop.
You can find a map in our Journey Planner on the home page and via the Plan your trip page. By clicking on Map in the Journey Planner an overview image with Örebro in the centre will appear. You can then do the following:
- Search for a bus journey
- Find stops and see where they are on the map
- Navigate the map and choose stops to take with you for a search in the Journey Planner
- Search for routes and see them on the map
- See current traffic information and which stops are affected
- See your position
- Bus points - The side of the road or part of the bus stop the bus departs from
Page for each route
Each route has its own service page on the website. At the top of the route page there is a map showing the route. The map is not updated in line with current traffic changes and it always shows the normal route. However, you can see current traffic information for the individual stops. Click on the traffic information icon to read more.
On the route page you will also find the timetable for that particular route. You can download it as a PDF. You will also find all the stops along the entire route. This applies to the bus stops for the regular route. By "regular" we mean the longest and most frequent way of travelling.
Page for each bus stop
Each bus stop has a stop page that shows where the bus stop is located on the map. The map is not updated in line with traffic changes, although it dies show regular route and stop information.
On a bus stop page, you will also find information about which services passing the bus stop, upcoming departures from the bus stop and which bus stop the bus departs from.
Route maps and maps for bus stops as PDF
We have a route map for Karlskoga City and one for regional traffic in Örebro county. We also have bus stop maps for some of our major public transport hubs. These can be downloaded here as a PDF. Please note that the service maps are not optimal when using content readings as they are not accessible and the information in the PDF is in Swedish.