The report focus on how the settlement patterns effects daily mobility. Transport conditions (distances, public transport services and car ownership) and travel behaviour within six different groups of communes are compared in order to study variations in travel behaviour. People living in peripheral communes have poor public transport services and long distances while people in Oslo have good transport services and short distances. Car ownership is lowest in Oslo (and urban communes). Total travelled distance is longest in surrounding communes to the big cities due to long journeys to work . Differences in total travel length are related to differences in travel length by car. People in Oslo and urban communes travel more by public transport than in other type of communes.