OSLO CENTRAL STATION

Oslo Central Station is the largest and busiest station in Norway – with more than one million in weekly footfall. This station connects to local and regional trains in Norway, to Sweden and further into Europe.

WEEKLY FOOTFALL
WALKS WEEKLY BY DIGITAL PREMIUM
%
STAYS FOR MORE THAN 30 MIN

DID YOU KNOW

Oslo Central Station is at Jernbanetorget, connected to Jernbanetorget Metro Station, Oslo Bus Terminal and local bus and tram. The new business district Barcode is right next door, along with the awarded Oslo Opera House. The station comprises digital information display, consumer involvement, and classic out-of-home branding. We are transforming wait time into enjoyable moments or unprecedented – even unforgettable – experiences.

1

NORTHSIDE

Thirty-five percent of all visitors enter from this side, making it the busiest part of the station. This zone offers massive impact opportunities– with over 300 sqm of large format banners combined with a 100% share of voice on the Digital Escalator Panels. This is the place to be to capture the audience's attention while entering the station. Add Digital Premium and Digital Rail Panels to the campaign for total domination.

MEDIAANT.SOVVISN.
Escalator Impact61 uke
Digitalt10100%1 uke

kr 1 000 000

2

SEASIDE

The Seaside zone is located on the south side of the station, next to the Airport Express Train terminals. All commuters to the business district Barcode and visitors to the Oslo Opera House passes through this zone, making it a highly attractive B2B arena.

SERIEANT.SOVVISN.
Eurosize21 uke
Digitalt2100%1 uke
Banner Sjøsiden21 uke

kr 400 000

3

MAIN ENTRANCE

The main entrance at Oslo Central Station connects to the local bus and tram station at Jernbanetorget. 15 percent of the station’s visitors come through the main door. It is also through this entrance one would walk to get to the famous Karl Johan street, which leads up to The Royal Palace.

MEDIAANT.SOVVISN.
Eurosize111 uke
Digitalt6100%1 uke
Banner41 uke
Markedsplass11 uke

kr 1 000 000

4

SHOPPING

Oslo Central Station has a shopping area next to the waiting hall. Thirty-nine percent of visitors at the station spend at least 30 minutes in this area. The vast selection of kiosk and coffee shops makes this an excellent area for FMCG-brands.

MEDIAANT.SOVVISN.
Digitalt6100%1 uke
Markedsplass11 uke

kr 700 000

5

TUNNEL IMPACT

Six tunnels connect the main hall to the platforms, providing full domination with large-quality banners in all the tubes. The impact this gives is excellent for brand building as it reaches all commuters arriving or departing to and from the station. Long term campaigns are also an option.

MEDIAANT.SOVVISN.
Tube Impact1302 uker

kr 820 000

Caroline Dæhli Mathisen

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