The route is operated by the Fjord1 Partner consortium led by Keolis. While part of the line is underground, no stations are below the surface so the line is technically not a subway. However, while traveling through the stationless tunnels, passengers can enjot art by local artists.
Phase III will see the line extended from Nesttun to the
airport at Flesland. Two more lines are planned, and there is currently debate over building a light rail tunnel through downtown to speed up the flow.
There is also talk of linking the light
rail line with the Hudson Bergen light
The track outside Johanneskirken is no older than five years, and has never been used. This is part of the Bergen heritage tramway, a reconstruction of almost the entire old line 3, which closed in 1950. Four separate sections have been completed, and will eventually form a heritage line starting at the Møhlenpris tramway depot, now the Technical Museum, located at the corner of Thormøhlens gate and Zetlitz gate: The tram track is being laid by historical society volunteers.