A package of co-ordinated measures in order to develop public transport has been carried out in Kongsvinger. This report summarises the short-term effects of the measures as they appear in surveys of train and bus passengers, and among the elderly, which is a target group for this project. The main conclusions are: - New passengers were captured, and existing passengers travelled more. - Among train users the express bus, rather than the car, had to a large extent become the alternative mode. - Parts of the long distance travellers who had a car available chose public transport because it was more comfortable. - Passengers felt to a great extent that the measures represented a positive development of the relevant quality factors. - The infrastructure measures made considerable improvements for the public transport operations and enabled the delivery of improved services. - Improvements in public transport should be co-ordinated between a number of areas in order to provide the best overall service.