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Changes in traffic

Changes in our bus service

Major changes to bus routes and timetables are generally made when the timetable changes. However, we may need to make adjustments during the current timetable period. These could be planned, unplanned, short-term or long-term changes.


Planned service changes during the timetable period

Sometimes there are road closures due to big events or roadworks and buses have to take an alternative route. This is called a planned traffic change and information on these types of changes can be found on our website’s start page.


Details of planned traffic changes can also be found in our app, on notice boards at the relevant bus stops, and on information signs where possible.


At the moment, we only have traffic information in Swedish on our website. If you need some help - Please contact our Customer Service.


Unplanned traffic changes during the timetable period

Sometimes there is an unplanned service change. These are more sudden changes caused by situations that have a direct impact on our bus services. Examples include a water leak or traffic accident. As a result our buses may need to take an alternative route or may be delayed. To find out information about these changes, contact our Customer Service.


If, as a result of an unplanned traffic change, you are delayed reaching your destination you can get compensation under our Travel Guarantee. Read more about our Travel Guarantee here.

Timetables on public holidays

We may need to make changes to our timetables on public holidays. Usually this means we run a Sunday service on weekdays. Here is a list of the type of service we run on public holidays, but we recommend that you regularly visit the page to see if there are any changes in the run-up to a public holiday.


How the buses run on holidays
DatePublic holidayType of service
1 Jan New Year's Day Sunday
5 Jan Twelfth Night Normal weekday
6 Jan Epiphany Sunday
  Maundy Thursday Thursday
  Good Friday  Sunday
  Easter Saturday Saturday
  Easter Sunday  Sunday
  Easter Monday Sunday
30 April  Walpurgis Night Normal weekday
1 May May Day Sunday
  Ascension Day Sunday
  Whitsun Eve Saturday
  Whitsun  Sunday 
 6 June Sweden's National Day  Sunday
  Midsummer's Eve Saturday
  Midsummer's Day Sunday
  All Saints' Day Sunday
24 Dec Christmas Eve  Saturday*
25 Dec  Christmas Day  Sunday
26 Dec  Boxing Day Sunday 
31 Dec New Year's Eve Saturday

*City and regional buses run up to 23:00. There are no night services.

Timetables – finding out bus and train times

Different ways of finding out bus times

There are several ways you can find out your departure time. You can:



We recommend using our Journey Planner here on our website or the app to find your routes. If instead you decide to use our PDF timetables, it’s a good idea to regularly check that they are up to date and that no changes have been made.

Find your timetable in our Journey planner

The journey planner can be found both on the start page and under Travelinfo. The reason for placing the journey planner on the start page is to make it easier for you to plan your journey with Länstrafiken. Our aim is to make the journey planner as self-explanatory and straightforward as possible. 


Possibilities and options in the journey planner

There are three ways of searching for your journey:

  • Search for a journey
  • Bus stop departure times
  • Timetables

Search for a journey

Search for a journey allows you to search to/from specific stops. You can begin by entering details in the bus stop field to create a list of stops that you can search from/to. You can use the arrow keys to change the direction of your search. You can also choose the time at which you wish to travel before you make the search.


If you want to adjust your search, you have several search options to choose from. This will allow you to adapt your journey more closely to your needs. You can adjust your search based on the following options: 


  • Transfer time – How long do you need to change buses? As a rule, the normal transfer time is 0 minutes. In the case of larger stops – Örebro Travel Centre for example – the normal transfer time is extended. At those stops where the transfer time is 0 minutes, we cannot guarantee that you will have time to change bus.
  • Priority – What would you like to focus on in your search? Is it the shortest travelling time or the least number of changes?
  • Type of bus – Used if you only want to view regional buses or city buses. If you do not make a choice, both are shown automatically.
  • Maximum walking distance – Do you want to know the walking distance to/from a stop, or when changing from one stop to another? At present, the distance is calculated as the crow flies, which could be a little misleading. Make sure you allow plenty of time. 


Previous searches are saved on the device on which the search was made. Many visitors often make the same or similar journeys. By saving previous searches, we want to make it easier for you to search for the same journey again. Click on a previous search to move it up to the search field in the journey planner. You can remove previous searches by clicking on the cross beside the search. 


After you have completed a search in the journey planner on the start page, you will be transferred to the Travelinfo page. The reason for doing so is to give you access to further information that could be useful to you when travelling with us. 


Map in Journey planner

You can click on Map to see the location of our bus stops. This can be done in two ways. If you enter the name of a stop and click on Map, the stop will be pre-marked on the map as either From or To. If you do not enter the name of a stop and click on Map, you will be transferred to a map without a pre-marked stop.


 Siffran inuti ett färgfält visar antalet hållplatser i närheten

The symbol shown in the image above indicates that there are several stops close to the symbol. If you click on the symbol, the map zooms in and the stops become visible.


If you click on a bus stop icon, a box will appear with several options, along with information about the stop:




If you click on a stop, a box will open, and the name of the stop will appear at the top. Under the name there will be a list of upcoming departure times from that stop, together with the service number and direction. 


The box also has the following:

  • Bus stop page – Takes you to the page for the stop you have chosen and provides further information about the stop
  • Show bus services – Shows the route for the service that operates from your chosen stop
  • Travel from – Indicates the stop for a From journey
  • Travel to – Indicates the stop for a To journey

If you choose to click on From/To, the stop will be marked, and you will be presented with further options:



If you click on Find journey in the box, your chosen stop will be moved to the journey planner. 


The map can be closed by clicking on Close map. You will then return automatically to the journey planner and the current search.


Search results

When you have completed your search, the available departure times will be shown. The heading above the departure times shows the day and date of departure. The departure times, journey time and service number are shown first. If you click on Earlier departures or Later departures, earlier or later departure times will be shown.


If you would like further information about a specific departure, click on the plus sign to the right. Here you can see comments for the departure in question. You can also see the route for the departure on a map.


Traffic information is presented as soon as there is a traffic disruption that involves any of the stops along the route. 


If you would like even more information about the route, click on the plus icon beside the departure stop or destination stop. The whole of the route for the departure you have chosen will then be shown, complete with stops. If the departure includes changes, this can be done for the different sections along the route.


Bus stop departure times

You can search for departure times from individual stops by choosing Bus stop departure times in the journey planner. If you enter the name of a stop and make a search, upcoming departures are shown from the stop you have selected. The search is made for the next 24 hours. If, for example, you have made a search on a Friday afternoon and the service you have chosen does not have any departures during the weekend, no departure times will be shown. Approximate times are marked in italics.

By clicking on the service number, you can go to the bus service page for further information.




There is also a third way of finding departure times via the journey planner. This option is Timetables. All routes are listed in numerical order from the start, and you can search for routes by entering the service number. It is also possible to sort according to municipal area. In that case, all the services that operate within a municipal area are shown.


App - A help in your mobile phone

You can do the following things in our app: 


  • Buy single tickets for the bus
  • Find departure times for our buses
  • Find the nearest bus stop
  • See bus stop times
  • Access timetables
  • Get information about planned traffic disturbances (in Swedish only)

Download the app 

If you visit our site via a mobile device, you can download the app directly to your mobile. Just klick on the link below. 
You can also search for Länstrafiken Örebro in your app store. 


Problems with the app

If you have a problem with the app or purchases via the app, we recommend that first you check your internet connection. Do you have internet access and are still having the problem? If so, please contact our Customer Service for further assistance.


If you have a problem with payment, you should first contact the company that provides the payment service you used. If you have a problem paying by invoice or any questions about your invoice, you can contact Klarna. Are you having problems paying by bank card? Contact the bank that issued the card.  

Timetable at a bus stop

There are timetables posted on most of our bus stops. On these timetables, you will find the departure times from that particular stop.


In order for there to be a timetable at a bus stop, the stop will need to be used by more than 10 arriving travellers per day. If a bus stop has fewer number of arriving travellers per day then there is no timetable set.


There are, however, some exceptions from the rule of 10 travellers per day. If a stop is located near a school, health center or hospital, there may be a timetable set even though the number of travellers is less than 10.


Are you curious about whether a bus stop has a timetable, you can contact our Customer Service. The contact information for Customer Service can be found through this link.

Timetables as PDF

Timetables in PDF form can be accessed in several ways on our website: 


For the first two alternatives, you simply search for the service you want to find a timetable for. You can also scroll in the list of timetables or sort according to municipal area.


You can find a service page in several ways. You can use, for example, the service search function in Travelinfo. The service page also includes further information in addition to the timetable. Click on the service you are looking for and you will be transferred to the service page.


If you choose to view the timetables in PDF format, it is recommended that you check regularly to ensure they are still up to date. If there are any adjustments, the timetables are replaced, and they are made available on our website in PDF format. However, we do not send out updates automatically to those who have downloaded the timetables previously. 


The timetables in PDF format are currently not adapted to individuals with special accessibility requirements. If you need some form of accessibility assistance, we recommend that you use another alternative. You are welcome to contact our Customer Service Department for help and advice.

How to read a timetable

If you are doubtful about how to read our timetable, here is an explanation. 

B The picture shows examples of how timetables as pdf can look like


  1. Time period covered by the timetable, and an indication of where you can find any footnotes.
  2. Main locations covered by the bus route.
  3. Route number
  4. Weekdays for which departure times are listed. In the example, the departure times are for Monday to Friday
  5. Comment linked to a specific departure that affects all the stops/times along the route. 
  6. List of stops with fixed departure times. Often a bus calls at several other stops before arriving at the stops listed in the timetable. These unlisted stops have not been included as the timetable would be far too long. If you want to find a departure time for an unlisted stop, the easiest way is to carry out a journey search using our online Journey Planner or our app.
    • At some stops there is a line or a cross instead of a departure time. If there is a line instead of a departure time, the bus will not stop at that stop for just that departure. If there is a cross then the bus stops, but has no fixed departure time at the stop.
  7. Weekday(s) on which the departure times apply. In this case it is Saturday.
  8. Footnotes. The footnotes apply to a specific bus stop and departure. An explanation of the footnotes can be found at the bottom of the stop/departure list.
  9. Ways in which you can get in touch with us at Länstrafiken. 
  10. A ‘stop ladder’ showing all the stops covered by the service. The stops marked in bold type have fixed departure times. Times for other stops are approximate. A ‘stop ladder’ is included in all city bus timetables but not in regional bus timetables.

The departure times are read from the departure time at the top and downwards. If, for example, Örebro Resecentrum 05.55 is the first stop/departure time shown, that is where the journey begins. The next stop and departure time are listed underneath. If a perpendicular line is shown for a stop instead of a time, this means the route for that departure does not include that particular stop. 


If the transfer time is less than five minutes, you should contact Customer Services to check if a traffic incident has been reported. You should also do the same even if the margin is more than five minutes, as minor delays could still cause transfer problems.


Traffic day – The timetable changes day at 04.00

We operate according to what is called a ‘traffic day’. A traffic day runs from 04.00 to 03.59. This means, for example, that a departure at 01.00 during the night between Friday and Saturday is part of the Friday traffic day. 


Finding out train times

If you need to look up train times, we recommend you search via Resrobot. This website enables you to find train times both within and outside of Örebro County.

Maps - Find your bus

Maps over routes

There are three different ways of viewing a route on a map for a particular bus service:


  • via a map on a service page
  • via a search in Journey Planner
  • via a complete service map in PDF form

Map on a service page

Each service has its own service page on the website. At the top of the service page there is a map showing the service route. The map is not updated in line with current traffic changes and it always shows the normal service route. The map function is under construction and you can therefore post your views and opinions directly on the service page. 


 The image shows an example of how a route appears on a map. The route is blue and there are stop icons near it.

Example of how a service route is shown on a map on a service page.


The service for the service page you are currently on is marked in blue on the map and the bus stops are marked with a bus stop icon. The icon for a bus stop is a square containing the letter H.


 The picture shows a blue H against a white box. That's what a stop icon looks like. There is also the text Lanna in the picture.

Bus stop icon.


This icon, see image below, indicates that there are a certain number of bus stops in the vicinity of the icon. By clicking on the icon, the map zooms in and the bus stops become visible.


 The picture shows the symbol that appears when there are stops close to the map

Icon showing there are more bus stops in the vicinity.


The map has several service page functions

You can click on a service if you would like more information. If there are any traffic disruptions along the route, they will be shown immediately. You can then choose to go to the route page by clicking on Route page.  


The picture shows what happenes if you click on a linje on the map


You can also click on a bus stop icon. A box will then appear with several options, together with information about the bus stop.


The picture shows how it looks when you click on a stop icon.


The name of the bus stop is shown at the top. Underneath are the upcoming departures from the bus stop and the service number for each departure. Click on one of the service icons to move to the service page.


You then have different options:


  • Bus stop page – takes the visitor to the bus stop page for the stop in question, and provides further information about the stop
  • Show services – shows on the map the services that pass the stop
  • Travel from – marks the bus stop for a From-journey
  • Travel to – marks the bus stop for a To-journey

If you choose to click on From/To, the bus stop is marked, and further options will appear. 


 The picture shows how it looks when you have chosen to travel From a stop on the map


By clicking on Search for journey, the bus stop selected is transferred to Journey Planner


Map to conduct a search in Journey Planner

Journey Planner can be found on the start page and under Travel Information. You can search for your journey using: 


  • Search for a journey
  • Bus stop times
  • Timetables

You can find the map function by using Search for a journey. There you can click on Map directly beside both the From and To fields. By clicking on Map, a general map will appear with Örebro in the centre. You then have a number of options, including: 


  • Navigate to the correct location by moving the map
  • Click on bus stop icons for more information about the bus stop
  • See which services pass the stop by clicking on a bus stop and choosing Show services
  • Choosing bus stops to travel from and to
  • Going to the bus stop page for a selected bus stop


Alternatively, you can first choose a bus stop in the From or To field and then click on Map. In that case, the bus stop will be marked on the map and you can carry out the above activities.


The map can be closed by clicking on Close map. You will then return to Journey Planner and the current search.


Map following completion of a search in Journey Planner

If you carry out a search in Journey Planner, available departure times are shown. To see the service route that has been searched for on the map, click on the plus icon beside the departure time and the service route will appear.

When you click on the plus icon, you will see the service route and underneath you have the option of viewing the service route on a map.

Click on Show on map. You will then see the beginning of the service route with the From bus stop marked. You can then zoom out to see the whole route.


 The image shows how the map is displayed through the travel planner

Example of how the service route is shown on a map in conjunction with a search in Journey Planner.


Service map in PDF form

We have overall service maps for the towns of Örebro and Karlskoga, and one for regional traffic in the County of Örebro. These can be downloaded in PDF form. It should be noted that the service maps are not optimal for text-to-speech readers.


 PDF Service map, town of Örebro, June 18 2019 - until further notice

 PDF Service map, town of Karlskoga, June 18 2019 - until further notice

 PDF Service map, Örebro County, december 2018 - until further notice

Maps of bus stops

Maps of bus stops can be accessed in two ways: via a bus stop page here on the website, and as a bus stop location map in PDF form.


Bus stop page – presents information about each bus stop

Each bus stop has a bus stop page with a map and a street view of the stop. The map is not updated in line with current service changes and only shows the normal service routes and bus stop information. The map function on the bus stop pages is under construction, and you can therefore post your views and opinions directly on the bus stop page.


The map showing the bus stops is shown as in the image below. On the map you can see nearby streets and larger buildings or landmarks to make it easy for you to navigate your way to the bus stop.


The picture shows a map and a stop icon for the Östra Kyrkogården stop in Lundby

Example of how a bus stop is marked on the map on a bus stop page.


The bus stop for the page you are currently on is marked with a bus stop icon that moves. The bus stop icon is a square containing the letter H.


 The picture shows a blue H against a white box. That's what a stop icon looks like. There is also the text Lanna in the picture.

Example of a bus stop icon.


This symbol, see image below, indicates that there are a certain number of bus stops in the vicinity of the symbol. By clicking on the symbol, the map zooms in and the bus stops become visible.


  The image shows the symbol that appears on the map when there are several stops nearby that are visible in zooming.

 Icon showing that there are several bus stops in the vicinity.


The map has several bus stop page functions

Click on a bus stop icon. A box will appear with a number of options and information about the bus stop.


The picture shows how it looks when you click on a stop icon.


At the top is the name of the bus stop. Underneath are the upcoming departures from the stop and the service number for each departure. Click on one of the service icons to move to the page for the service in question.


You then have a range of options:


  • Bus stop page – takes the visitor to the bus stop page for the stop in question, and provides further information about the stop
  • Show services – shows on the map the services that pass the stop
  • Travel from – marks the stop for a From-journey
  • Travel to – marks the stop for a To-journey

If you choose to click on From/To, the bus stop is marked, and further options will appear. 


Street view of a bus stop

You can see images of the stop by clicking on the Street view icon at the top of the map. Using Street view, you will see three images of the stop. The images are taken from Google and are updated via Google. The images are provided to give you an idea of what the bus stop looks like and how accessible it is. 


Bus stop maps with bus stop locations in PDF form

We have produced bus stop maps for some of our larger public transport hubs. These are available here for downloading in PDF form. It should be noted that the service maps are not optimal for text-to-speech readers.


 pdf Bus stop map, Askersund bus station 18 juni - until further notice

 pdf Bus stop map, Hallsberg station 18 juni - until further notice

 pdf Bus stop map, Hällefors bus station 18 juni - until further notice

 pdf Bus stop map, Karlskoga bus station 18 juni - until further notice

 pdf Bus stop map, Kumla bus station 18 juni - until further notice

 pdf Bus stop map, Lindesberg station 18 juni - until further notice

 pdf Bus stop map, Nora station 18 juni - until further notice

 pdf Bus stop map, Örebro station 18 juni - until further notice

Once on board

Wifi in the bus

We offer free WiFi with a total surf limit of 200 MB per device on the following routes:


  • Route 500 Örebro-Karlskoga
  • Express bus 841 Örebro-Askersund

How to connect to our free WiFi:


  • Activate WiFi on your device (phone, tablet or computer).
  • Connect it to the network called “LansTrafiken”.
  • Follow the instructions that automatically appear in the login tool.
Taking bicycles on buses and bicycle parking facilities

You can take your bicycle on regional buses. There are also several good parking facilities at larger bus stops where you can leave your bike and then travel by bus.


Regional buses

You can bring your bicycle on board free of charge, space allowing, and secure it at the back of the bus. There is space for up to 2 bicycles per regional bus on a first-come, first-served basis. You bring your bicycle on board at your own risk.


You must hang up and take down your bicycle from the bus yourself, but always tell the bus driver that you are bringing a bicycle on board. The bus driver does not have any straps or lashes to secure your bicycle, so make sure you have them with you. The bicycle stands on the buses, however, are designed to be used without straps.


City and express buses

Bicycles cannot be taken on city and express buses. Expresses buses are the ones on all routes with a three-digit number beginning with an 8.


Bicycles on trains

Would you like to find out about bringing your bicycle on a train? We recommend that you contact the rail company you plan to travel with. We have a list of the main rail companies operating in our county here. 


Bicycle shelters and parking facilities

It’s usually easy to bring your bicycle to the nearest bus stop. To make life easier, there are different kinds of parking facilities and shelters in the county where bicycles can be parked close to bus stops.


Here are a few tips on where you can park your bicycle:



Hällefors Travel Center has a covered bicycle stand for around 10-15 bicycles. You can also park your bicycle more centrally in Hällefors but the bicycle stand has no roof.


There are some lockable bicycle stands at larger bus stops along the Rv63 main road and work is under way to install more.



There are two lockable bicycle shelters at the bus station in Karlskoga, with space for 22 bicycles in total. By registering your Travelcard you can access the bicycle shelters 24 hours a day. The ideal place to park your bicycle if you’re travelling with us!

Further information and registration can be found on the Karlskoga Municipality website



Kumla Travel Center has a shelter as well as wind and rain protection for bicycles. Further information is available at Kumla Municipality.


Kopparberg and Ställdalen

There are covered bicycle shelters both at the railway station in Kopparberg and in Ställdalen.



Laxå Travel Center has a large covered bicycle shelter with wind protection in the form of a glass wall.

Alternatively there is a covered bicycle shelter at Centralskolan in Laxå.



Lindesberg Travel Center has 110 parking spaces for bicycles under a canopy. There are around 80 spaces to the east of the railway.



Örebro Travel Center has a bicycle shelter with secure storage at a reasonable price. Further information is available from Örebro Municipality website.

Wheelchairs, walking frames, prams/buggies and safety on the bus

You can bring your wheelchair, walking frame or pram/buggy on board our buses free of charge. They share the same area in the bus and can be brought on board subject to space being available.


No category takes precedence over another, and the bus driver decides how many prams/buggies and walking frames can be taken on board without putting safety at risk.


Prams/buggies, wheelchairs and walking frames may not be positioned so that they obstruct other passengers or block emergency exits.


Anyone travelling with a pram/buggy or walking frame is responsible for the pram or walking frame and its safety. Prams/buggies and walking frames must have their brakes applied during the journey. When securing devices are available for prams/buggies and walking frames, they must be used. Do not leave your child in the pram/buggy during the journey. 


Find out more in our travel terms and conditions.


Seat belts for all seats 

By law, all bus passengers over the age of 3 must wear a seat belt if one is available. Länstrafiken’s regional and express buses are fitted with three-point seat belts which are nice and easy to use. City buses are not fitted with seat belts.


The buses in the north, south and west of the county also have loose booster cushions to help the seat belt fit correctly.


Fixed child safety seats increase safety for young children on buses

We have fitted our regional and express buses in the south, north and west of the county with special rear-facing child safety seats, similar to those used in cars.

The child safety seats are suitable for children up to 18 kg and have five-point belts for extra safety.

The seats are integrated in the back of the back supports on regular seats, and they are very easy to use – the back support folds forward so that the child safety seat is at the correct angle. This position means you can have eye contact with your child during the journey.

Each bus has two integrated child safety seats that are clearly indicated in a contrasting colour. The colour may vary on different models of bus.

The following bus routes have child safety seats:

Route 302 Örebro - Nora - Hällefors

Route 304 Hällefors - Nora - Lindesberg
Route 305 Nora - Hjulsjö - Hällefors
Route 306 Nora - Lilla Mon - Lindesberg
Route 307 Nora - Fanthyttan - Lindesberg
Route 331 Nora - Gyttorp - Striberg
Route 332 Ås - Gyttorp - Lindesberg
Route 333 Nora - Karlskoga

Route 342 Hällefors - Loka - Karlskoga


Route 500 Örebro - Karlskoga

Route 502 Karlskoga - Degerfors

Route 533 Karlskoga - Kedjeåsen

Route 535 Karlskoga - Linnebäck

Route 537 Karlskoga - Degerfors via Kosia

Route 541 Degerfors - Åtorp

Route 542 Degerfors - Åtorp

Route 629 Askersund - Nydalen

Route 701 Örebro - Mariebergs köpcentrum - Kumla
Route 702 Örebro - Berglunda - Kumla
Route 704 Kumla - Hallsberg - Askersund
Route 705 Hallsberg - Östansjö - Vretstorp - Laxå
Route 706 Askersund - Laxå
Route 732 Hallsberg - Hällabrottet
Route 739 Kumla - Brånsta - Sätra - Ekeby
Route 741 Kumla - Hällabrottet - Kvarntorp - Ekeby
Route 743 Kumla - Åbytorp - Götabro
Route 744 Brändåsen - Kumla
Route 751 Askersund - Olshammar
Route 752 Askersund - Åmmeberg - Zinkgruvan - Mariedamm
Route 754 Askersund - Snavlunda - Vretstorp - Brändåsen
Route 761 Laxå - Finnerödja - Tived
Route 762 Laxå - Hasselfors

Route 801 Örebro - Nora
Route 841 Örebro - Åsbro - Askersund


Please note that there may be exceptions, as sometimes it is necessary to use different buses on some routes.

Luggage, pets and useful info

Luggage on buses

You can bring your luggage on board our buses free of charge. By luggage we mean something that you can carry yourself and fit by your seat or on the hat-rack. Your luggage must not obstruct other passengers, take up seats, block emergency exits, obscure the driver’s view, obstruct the driver or affect on-board safety in any other way. Large suitcases and items of luggage are accepted subject to space being available and are then stored in the luggage space.


You may not bring on board luggage that could be disruptive or annoying to others. Luggage that is inflammable or explosive is not permitted.


As a passenger you are responsible for your own luggage. Tip! Clearly label your luggage with your name, address and phone number in case you leave it on the bus.


Pets on buses

You may bring a dog, cat or other small pet on board free of charge. Your pet must not cause trouble for fellow passengers and it must be on a lead or in a cage throughout the journey. You are responsible for your pet. If you bring a furred pet onto the bus, we kindly ask you to listen to the bus driver’s instructions regarding the best place for you and your pet to sit on the bus.


Larger animals are not permitted on buses. 


Useful info – rules for everyone’s comfort

We want you and all of our passengers to feel comfortable travelling with us. To create a pleasant atmosphere on board the bus, both for your and for other passengers, we kindly ask you to consider the following:


Signal clearly to the driver so that he/she can see that you want to get on. Ideally wear reflectors when it’s dark.


When two buses arrive at a bus stop at the same time, the second bus will not stop there too, instead passengers must board the first bus. If three buses arrive at a bus stop, the third bus will wait until the first two have driven off before driving up to the bus stop to allow passengers to board.


Strong scents – (such as perfume) can trigger asthma.


Eating on the bus – For the comfort of others you must not


  • · drink alcohol or smoke
  • · bring explosive items on board
  • · ride roller-skates, inlines or a skateboard
  • · put your feet on the seats or other fittings


Intoxicated people or people who for some other reason may be deemed to cause discomfort to fellow passengers, may not be allowed to travel or may be asked to leave the bus.

Find out more in our travel terms and conditions


Night stop on route 5

Night Stop offers you the opportunity to get off the bus between two stops if there is a safe place to do it. The driver decides each time whether it will work or not.


Night Stop is subject to the following conditions:


  • only on route 5 in the City of Örebro
  • along regular routes and planned temporary routes during shutdowns
  • not between the Järnvägsgatan and Olof Palmes Torg stops from 9 pm to 4 am
  • one passenger at a time
  • one passenger at a time with a child younger than 10
  • a passenger with an attendant


Tell the driver when you get on the bus

Tell the driver as soon as you get on the bus that you want to get off between two stops. If the need arises while you are on the bus, you may ask the driver until you pass the stop before you want to get off.


The driver will tell you if the place where you want to get off won’t work so you can suggest another one. Assuming the place you propose appears reasonable, the driver will tell you for sure as you approach it and the situation becomes clearer. If there is no safe place to get off, the bus will continue to the next stop.


Sit close to the driver so you can talk about it as you come closer to the place you have suggested.


Where can the bus let you off?

Night Stop is available only for safe places. The driver decides if a place is safe based on both its location and the traffic at the time. Even if a place is typically safe, the particular circumstances may tell another story.

You can never get off between the Järnvägsgatan and Olof Palmes torg stops.


Night Stop may be permitted:


  • along regular routes, as well as planned temporary routes during shutdowns
  • on stretches where the speed limit is 50 km an hour or less
  • at parking slots, etc., where the speed limit is more than 50 km an hour


Night Stop is not permitted if a place has:


  • obstacles along the side of the road that make it dangerous for the bus to stop or for you to get off
  • snow banks that make it dangerous for the bus to stop. If the driver determines that it is safe for the bus, it is up to you whether you want to deal with deep snow or continue to the next stop
  • a group of people who are waiting there. The risk is too high that you will end up in an insecure situation or that the others will try to get on the bus
  • a potential for personal injury due to weather or other conditions


If the need arises while you are on the bus, you may ask the driver until you pass the stop before you want to get off and sit close to the front. The driver will tell you as soon as possible whether the place is safe or not.


Leave through the front door

Normally you will need to leave the bus through the front door. That minimizes the danger that others will try to get off at the same time. If you have a baby stroller or wheelchair, you are welcome to use the middle door instead. 

Other bus traffic

Demand-led regional bus

Demand-led routes are routes that only run if someone has booked a trip. If no booking has been made, the route will not run. The routes are often run using smaller vehicles and are adapted to the number of bookings.


There are three routes that are demand-led routes regarding the regional buses: route 708, 709 and 594. These are mainly for those who wish to travel to and from healthcare, but can be used by all travellers.


Timetables for 708, 709 and 594


Demand-led routes that need to be booked are marked with an ‘A’ in the comments line of the timetable for each route. The booking deadline is given in the footnote to the comment.


Booking or cancelling a demand-led route

Anyone who wishes to do so can book a trip on 0771-92 00 00 by the deadline stated in the timetable. Specify the route number and departure time when booking.


If you need to use a demand-led route to get to a medical appointment using route 708, 709 or 594, book your journey by 18:00 the weekday before travelling. ‘Weekday’ refers to standard Mondays-Fridays, i.e. excluding public holidays. These journeys can also be booked by text telephone on 019-670 25 07. When booking a service, state which care provider you will be visiting.


You must cancel your booking if you are unable to travel. Use the same phone number for bookings and cancellations.


Payment and cost of a demand-led route

The fare is the same as for regular traffic services on an equivalent route. We do not charge a fee for driving you to the door or charge extra for demand-led routes. Further information about payment can be obtained when booking.

Shuttle traffic in Karlskoga

We are operating shuttle traffic between Karlskoga bus station and some of the largest workplaces within the industries in the city of Karlskoga. We call it the Workplace shuttle bus. In Swedish the new route will be called Linje 204 – Arbetsskyttel Karlskoga.


The departure times for the Workplace Shuttle bus (Arbetsskytteln) are adapted to buses coming in from Degerfors, Kristinehamn and Karlstad to Karlskoga bus station between 6.30 - 8.30 am. The departure time between the first and the last stop are flexible, but the Workplace shuttle bus will wait for travellers with route 500 from Örebro at the bus stop Rosendal. The Workplace shuttle bus departures back from the workplaces to Karlskoga bus station to match the buses that depart between 4-5 pm in the afternoon.


Search for Linje 204 - Arbetsskyttel in the Travel planner to find the timetable för journeys with the Workplace shuttle bus.


The work shuttle bus in the city of Karlskoga will stop at these bus stops and/or workplaces:


  • Karlskoga busstation - The Workplace shuttle bus departure every half hour between 7-8.30 am. The last route departures at 8 am.
  • Centrumleden - The Workplace shuttle bus stops at the bus stop Centrumleden so that you as a traveller can reach several workplaces located in the city.
  • Rosendal södra, Karlskoga  - The Workplace shuttle bus stops at the gravel parking before the entry to the industrial area of Bofors.
  • Rosendal norra, Karlskoga - The Workplace shuttle bus stops at the entrance to Arbetsförmedlingen. This stop is also a pick up point for the travellers heading towards the direction of Björkborn, and arrives with route 500 from Örebro.
  • Nobelverken porten (Centralvägen) - The Workplace shuttle bus stops at the gate of the industrial area of Björkborn.
  • Kontorsvägen - The Workplace shuttle bus stops at the entrance of the company called Eurenco. 
  • Björkbornsvägen - The Workplace shuttle bus stops  at the gravel parking near a company called Recipharm.


A map over the bus stops and more information about the Workplace shuttle bus in the city of Karlskoga is available at the website of the local government authority of Karlskoga.

Flextraffic in Karlskoga

Flextraffic (Flextrafik) offers a small, convenient bus for everyone. If you have trouble on ordinary public transportation, they might be just what you are looking for. Following are a few details about how to make a reservation, where and when you can take the bus and how to handle the return trip.


The City of Karlskoga provides Flextraffic. You may make a reservation and travel from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm on ordinary business days and 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturdays. The bus can pick you up and drop you off at specified stops throughout the city. There is no fixed timetable.


Reserving and cancelling Flextraffic in Karlskoga

Call the Reservation Centre at 0771 – 92 00 00 from 6:30 am to 9:00 pm any day of the week.


We recommend that you enrol in Flextraffic the first time you make a reservation. All you need to give us is your name and a phone number. Enrolment will make things easier the next time you use the service but is not required. When you enrol with us, you automatically authorise us to process your personal data. How we process your personal data



We tell you right away approximately what time you will be picked up. The time may change later on if more people make reservations. We will call you 15 minutes before anticipated pickup. Make sure to give us a phone number where you can be reached at that point.


Where can you go with Flextraffic?

The bus serves the Bråten, Löten, Rävåsen, Sandviken, Centrum, Stråningstorp and Aggerud areas. It runs between specified stops. It will pick you up and drop you off at the stops you requested when making your reservation.

Map of Flextraffic bus stops


Price and payment for Flextraffic

Flextraffic costs exactly what ordinary city buses do and you can use the same kinds of tickets. The cheapest way is to use a Travel card, which is available from our web store, sale agents and bus drivers. You may purchase a one-way ticket with the Länstrafiken app or with a charge card from the driver. Keep in mind that drivers are not authorised to handle cash. However, our sale agents will be happy to take cash payments. Generally speaking, you save money by purchasing your ticket ahead of time.


If you show your appointment letter on the way to see a caregiver and your receipt on the way home, you will not be charged a fare. 


Questions and comments

If you would like Flextraffic to run between more bus stops, call the Karlskoga Municipal Service Centre at 0586-610 00. Our customer service representatives can also answer your questions about Flextraffic and how it works.

Flextraffic in Örebro - Flextrafik

Flextraffic (Flextrafik) is available in Örebro in the following areas: Norr (North), Solhaga, Västhaga, Rosta, Centrum (Centre) and Universitetssjukhuset (University Hospital). You can travel with the Flextraffic on Monday - Friday between 7.30 - 19.15, Saturday at 9.30 - 15.00 and Sundays at 10.00 - 16.00.


Flextraffic is adapted to make it easy for you to take your walking frame or wheelchair, but is available to everyone. The bus picks you up from a flexpoint and has no fixed route. The bus’s route depends on which flexpoints have bookings.


The pick-up times are flexible and you will be notified of your exact departure time by phone around 15 minutes before pick-up.


Summertime for Flextraffic

In week 28-32 you can travel with the flextraffic Monday - Friday 7.30-18.15.

Saturday and Sunday there are no changes in the time tables.


Booking or cancelling Flextraffic

Flextraffic can be arranged via the Booking Centre on 0771-92 00 00 Monday - Sunday including public holidays, 06.30-21.00.


We recommend registering when you make your first booking. To register we need your name and phone number. Registration makes future bookings easier, but it is not mandatory.


Payment and cost of Flextraffic

You pay on board the bus. The easiest way to pay is using a pre-charged Travelcard. The fares are equivalent to the fares for travelling on regular services within the city of Örebro. You can also pay for single tickets via the app or pay the bus driver by bank card.


Further information and comments

We operate Flextraffic on behalf of Örebro Municipality. A list of flexpoints and further information on Flextraffic are available from Örebro Municipality. If you have any suggestions or comments regarding Flextraffic, please contact Örebro Municipality. 

Local Services - Närtrafik

Local Services (Närtrafik) are available in Laxå and environs and must be booked. Local Services enable people staying in the municipality to travel within the municipality. The services are run using a small bus with a wheelchair space that picks you up from the requested address and takes you as close as possible to your requested destination.


Local Services pick you up from the pre-ordered address and do not run unless the service has been booked. If a lot of people want to travel, you may be asked to travel on another day or at a different time because we are unable to lay on extra vehicles for these services.


Booking or cancelling Local Services

Order via the Order Center on 0771-92 00 00. Your journey must be booked by 16:00 the day before the requested travel day. Give your name, address and ideally a phone number when booking.


Timetable for Local Services in Laxå

Local Services run weekdays (excluding public holidays) depending on which service you travel with, and times are approximate. You will receive an exact departure time when you book.


Hasselfors – Monday and Thursday


Timetable for Närtrafiken in Hasselfors Monday and Thursday
Starting pointDeparture timeDestination
Laxå approx. 09:30 AM Hasselfors
Hasselfors approx. 09:45 - 10:30 AM Laxå
Laxå, Röfors, Ågrena, Backagården approx. 10:45 - 11:30 AM  
Laxå approx. 0:30 - 1:15 PM Hasselfors


Timetable for Närtrafiken in Finnerödja Tuesday and Friday
Starting pointDeparture timeDestination
Laxå approx. 09:30 AM Finnerödja 
Finnerödja approx. 09:45 - 10:30 AM Laxå 
Laxå, Röfors, Ågrena, Backagården approx. 10:45 - 11:30 AM  
Laxå approx. 0:30 - 1:15 PM  Finnerödja 


Timetable for Närtrafik in Tived Wednesday
Starting pointDeparture timeDestination
Laxå approx. 09:30 AM Tived
Tived approx. 10:00 - 10:45 AM Laxå
Laxå. Röfors, Ågrena, Backagården approx. 10:45 - 11:30 AM  
Laxå approx. 0:30 - 1.15 PM Tived



The price of a ticket for Local Services is SEK 20 per single journey. Payment is in cash on board the bus. 


On-board accessibility

Buses without steps, specially trained drivers and better information. We are trying to adapt our buses and services so that they can be used by everyone. 


Buses adapted for accessibility

Most of the buses are adapted for people with disabilities. For example, there are seats on the bus designated for people with disabilities.

The buses have a low step and can be lowered so that the floor is level with the pavement. This makes boarding easier for passengers with wheelchairs and walking frames, as well as those with prams/buggies. If necessary the driver can help you get on and off. The bus driver is also happy to assist you with paying if you wish.


Wheelchairs, walking frames and similar technical aids can be brought on board free of charge, space allowing. We accept wheelchairs with the following maximum dimensions in accordance with Swedish Public Transport Association recommendations:


  • Total length: 1,200 mm
  • Total width (at widest point): 700 mm
  • Weight: 300 kg (chair + passenger)

Wheelchairs/walking frames and prams/buggies share the same area. Buses also have wheelchair brackets.


If necessary, you may stay seated in your wheelchair during the journey. The wheelchair must be placed in the designated area and the brake applied. In buses with special back supports, the wheelchair must be positioned so that it is rear facing. Where securing devices are available for wheelchairs, walking frames or other technical aids, they must be used.


Rules on wheelchairs, walking frames and similar aids are set out in our travel terms and conditions, which can be found via this link.

Accessibility at bus stops

Work is ongoing to adapt bus stops and terminals, together with the municipalities and the Swedish Transport Administration. Some large bus terminals have monitors and automatic spoken information.


If you visit the website for the bus stop you wish to travel from, you can find images of what it looks like, which could help make your journey easier.