|Authors:||Jon Martin Denstadli, Øystein Engebretsen, Randi Hjorthol, Liva Vågane|
|ISBN (digital version):||82-480-0657-3|
In the Norwegian Travel Survey 2005 about 17 500 people from 13 years are interviewed. The survey gives information about how often people travel, the purpose of the trips, transport mode, and how travel behaviour differs with respect to age, gender, income, place of residence etc. Most trips are short, 40 percent are shorter than three kilometres. The car is used on 66 percent on the daily trips, either as driver, 54 percent, or as a passenger, 12 percent. 5 percent are done by bike and 20 percent on foot, while 8 percent are carried out by public transport. During a month, 52 percent of the population makes one or more long distance journeys. Within the country 76 percent of these trips are done by car, while 60 percent of the journeys abroad are done by plane.