Here you can find relevant information related to traveling by ferry.
County road ferries
The Møre and Romsdal County Authority is responsible for all the ferry routes in the county that follow county roads, through the FRAM public transport service. Here you can find information about FRAM.
Here you can find a map with an overview of ferry routes.
National road ferries
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration (Statens vegvesen) is responsible for the national road ferries in Møre and Romsdal.
These are the national road ferries:
- 1071 Volda-Folkestad
- 1069 Festøya-Solavågen
- 1070 Molde-Vestnes
- 1072 Halsa-Kanestraum
Ferry route 1142 Geiranger-Hellesylt has a winter route with rates according to the AutoPASS regulations (zone 20) and a summer route (1152) that is operated commercially with own rates. Here you can find the prices in the AutoPASS regulations for ferry rates.
Ferry fare provisions
The provisions for ferry fares in Møre and Romsdal can be found in the regulations of ferry rates. Here you can find the national regulation of ferry rates and fares for the ferries.
Electric vehilcles get a 50 percent discount off regular ticket prices according to the regulation of ferry rates. That is, if the regular ticket price for a passenger car is 100 NOK the regular price for an electric vehicle will be 50 NOK. Additionally you get another 50 percent discount if you have an AutoPASS for ferry account (40 percent for a company).
Note! Until the County Council possibly approves the application for a change in discount from the Ministry of Transport, there will still be a 50% discount for zero-emission cars on the ferries. Here you can find more information about Møre and Romsdal County Council applying for permission to reduce the discount for zero-emission cars on the ferries from 2023.
The purpose with AutoPASS for ferry is to automate the payment for travel by ferry. Here you can find information about AutoPASS.
Note! From 6th April 2020, ticketing is done by license plate recognition. You do not pay manually to the crew on the ferry. This will apply to all county road connections until further notice.
Alternative route due to landslide/avalanche on county road 63
If county road 63 between Eidsdal and Geiranger is closed for long due to a landslide/avalanche, an alternative route with ferry can be inserted between Hellesylt and Geiranger. Here you can find information about the alternative route for the county road if closed (in Norwegian only).
Traffic reports regarding the roads
In the road map from the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (Statens vegvesen), you can find traffic reports that apply to the roads. Useful when driving between ferry berths. Here you can find traffic reports in the road map from the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (in Norwegian only).
The FRAM app
You can use the FRAM app to easily look up route information about for example the the ferries on your mobile phone. Here you can find information about the FRAM app.