Oslo is the capital and the most populous city in Norway.
It is introduced to the Euro Truck Simulator 2 map in the Scandinavia DLC. Just like many other cities included in that DLC, Oslo has a very large footprint and sophisticated road layouts.
There are four clusters of facities regarded as part of Oslo in the game. Depots are denoted in bold.
- The eastern part contains the largest share of facilities, including a seaport, a service shop, a garage, a recruitment agency, a gas station, as well as depots for NS Oil and Renar Logistik.
This part of the city can be accessed via a very sophisticated junction from the E6 or E18 to the south, as well as a simpler junction with the E6 to the north. The northerly access itself passes through a tunnel and a residential area with bus station .
- The northern part is the Polaris Lines port. The E6 runs directly underneath it, and the onramps and offramps all join or leave the motorway under surface level. Trucks using the ferry line to or from Frederikshavn must go through this part of the city.
- The western part of the city is accessed by a simple junction with the E18, and contains depots of Norrfood and IKA Bohag, as well as a Konstnorr construction site. In addition, a small Renault truck dealer and a hotel are also situated in this part of the city.
- A Sag & Tre sawmill and a MS Stein mine are located to the southwest of the city, at a junction of roads towards Bergen.
Oslo is the hub of Norwegian transport network in the game.
- The European routes E6 and E18 meet at the southeast of the city, with the E6 "ending" to the north of the city near the Polaris Lines port and E18 continuing to the southwest for Kristiansand. There is a toll plaza to the east of Oslo.
- Two minor, hilly roads connect Oslo and Bergen. The southerly one is numbered E134 and signed as Stavanger, while the northerly one is numbered E16 (in real life, the E16 leaves Oslo at the north, and doesn't meet E134 at all).
- A tolled road directly connects the two sections of E18 south of Oslo (Riksvei 23 in real life), allowing vehicles to travel between Sweden and other Norwegian cities (Bergen, Kristiansand and Stavanger) to bypass Oslo completely.
- The Polaris Lines provides a ferry service between Oslo and Frederikshavn in Denmark.
- The western part of the city covers the town of Sandvika in real life. If the sawmill and mine is included as Oslo, then the city also covers parts of counties Akershus and Buskerud.
- Oslo has cooperation agreements with the following cities/regions: