The report throws light on attitudes toward environmental consequences of transport means among young people in Oslo. A central question is whether young people’s use of transport modes is related to their attitudes toward the environmental consequences. The empirical analysis is based on results from a postal survey among young people aged 18 to 20 years, living in eastern and western parts of Oslo. The sample consists of approx.600 respondents. The findings indicate that attitudes to environmental questions are related to use of transport means. Those who emphasise environmental concern related to car use drive less with this transport means than others do. Those who do not emphasise this question use car more than others do.