From 1992 to 1998 the number of daily trips has remained the same, about 3.3 per day. The tendency of the car being an individual transport means is reinforced in the period. The number of trips by car has increased from 1.66 to 1.78 per day. Between 1985 and 1992 the increase was stronger; 20 per cent. The extent of car use varies with gender, age, income and occupational status. Men travel more and longer than women do. Elderly people travel least. People with low income travel less than people with higher income. Those with high occupational status travel more than people with low status do. Variations related to place of living in the country are small. Travelling by bicycle is reduced from 0.22 to 0.17 trips per person per day. In 1992, 0.66 trips per person per day were undertaken on foot. In 1998, it was reduced to 0,61. During the period there has been no change in use of public transport.