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report writing practice #7

The table below gives information about changes in modes of travel in England between 1985 and 2000.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.


The chart indicates how the different personal mobility has changed in England from 1985 to 2000. By and large, there was a significant increase in all modes from 4,740 to 6,475. As seen from the table, people in 1985 were more likely to travel on foot at 225people annually while it dropped slightly in 2000 at 237people a year. In the bicycle of use, it changed from 51 people to 41 between 1985 and 2000. The most remarkable downward change was that local bus was used by 429 people in 1985 and 274 people in the year 2000, which decreased more than 40%.

On the other hand, although the most popular transportation was cars used by 3,199 people per year in 1985, the use of car in 2000 kept skyrocketing at 4,806 a year by nearly 1,600. In addition, passengers in England were apt to rise for taking long distance bus from 54 to 124, which increased more than double. Climbed around three times as many users enjoyed traveling by taxi in 2000 (42 people a year) compared with the year 1985 (13 users per year). Passengers of 289 used to take a train in 1985 whilst there was an increase of train use for 2000 at 366 users.

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