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Travel by bus between east and west in Norway. Haukeliekspressen operates between Oslo and Haugesund/Bergen, crossing the Haukeli mountain pass.

From the fjords of the West Coast, over the beautiful Haukeli - the gateway to Hardangervidda, to Telemark and Oslo in the east. Lean back and enjoy the fantastic views from the bus.

Times and tickets

Making a search in the travel planner will give you overview of all available journeys with updated prices. See one of our suggestions below:


Search Haugesund–Oslo

Search Oslo–Haugesund

Search Bergen–Oslo

Search Oslo–Bergen

Search Oslo–Seljord

Search Oslo–Seljestad

Search Seljestad–Oslo

Travel cards – Youth and period tickets

Farte Period Ticket on Haukeliekspressen

With Farte's period ticket products, you can now reserve a seat on NW180 Haukeliekspressen between Kongsberg and Haukeliseter at no extra cost.

  • Book your journey in the travel planner and use the discount code: Farte2024

Skyss Period Card

If you have a Skyss 30- or 180-day period ticket, you can travel freely with the express bus in the zone covered by your period card.

For those with Skyss 30-day youth ticket, you can travel freely in all zones.

Please note that you are not guaranteed a seat on the bus with a period card. Use the discount code and pre-book a ticket for NOK 29 to guarantee a seat.

  • The discount code for Haukeliekspressen is: skyssHaukeli

More information about how to book with travel card and discount codes.

Crossing Haukeli in winter

Route NW180 Haukeliekspressen travels across the mountain pass Haukelifjell, and the weather can be challenging in winter time. This may lead to potential delays and convoy driving. We ask you to consider this when planning your journey and to allocate sufficient time for any further travel.

Check our traffic information

In the rare occurance that Haukelifjell closes due to severe weather conditions, 180 Haukeliekspressen operates as follows:

  • Buses from Oslo run as usual to Åmot and make a return from there. The bus returns from Åmot to Oslo during regular schedule if the closure persists.
  • Buses from Haugesund run as usual to Røldal and make a return from there. The bus returns from Røldal to Haugesund during regular schedule if the closure persists.

For information on weather, road conditions, convoy driving, or other announcements, please visit or call 175.

Have you forgotten or lost something on the bus?

Complete the lost property form, and we will get in touch with you. You can also contact the operator of Haukeliekspressen:

Oslo–Vinje: Telemark Bilruter phone: (+47) 35 06 54 00
Vinje–Haugesund: Tide phone: (+47) 52 70 35 26 / 21
Seljestad–Bergen: Skyss phone: (+47) 53 65 18 23

Line NW180
Traveltime between: Oslo and Haugesund/Bergen: approx. 8 hours and 30 minutes


Seljestad–Bergen is operated by Skyss, line 930

Haukeligrend–Hovden–Kristiansand is operated by

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