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The line graph gives information about the number of Bruisers who go to work daily by three different means of transport, namely car, bus and train from 1970 to 2030.

Looking at the line graph, it is clearly seen that there are significant increases in the numbers of people who use car and train to travel to work while the opposite was true for that of bus in the UK over the shown period.

In 1970, daily commuting by car in British was 5 millions, in comparison with those who use bus and train were only 4 millions and 2 millions respectively. Over the period of 30 years, the number of people travelling to work rise to nearly 7 millions. In addition the figures for passengers using trains every day saw on a nearly one million moderate increase. By contrast, that of people using bus to work reduced from 4 millions to below 4 millions over the same period.

Over the course of 30 years, starting from 2000, the trend of commuting by cars and trains is predicted to rise while the other is expected to decrease. By 2030, the number of people travelling go to every day in Great Britain are forecasted to rise rapidly, reaching 9 millions and become the most popular means of transportation. It is also noticeable that the figure for passenger using trains to work are expected to increase dramatically, approximately 5 millions in 2030. Interestingly, those who commuting to work by bus are forecasted to be the lowest transportation among three means of transport with only 3 millions.

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The graph gives the number of Britishers who go to work by three different means of transportation: car, bus, and train, from 1970 to 2030.


From the graph, it can be seen that that the number of people who use cars and trains has increased, while the number who use buses has decreased. In 1970 the total number of people commuting by car was 5 million, and the number by bus and train, 4 million and 2 million, respectively. Over the 30-year period, from 1970 to 2000, the total number of commuters rose by nearly 7 million. And the total number of commuters on trains rose by nearly 1 million. But the total number of commuters on buses decreased by 4 million to a total of under 4 million.


Over the next 30 years, from 2000 to 2030, the graph predicts that commuting by car and train will increase, while commuting by bus will decrease. By 2030 the graph predicts that the total number of car commuters will increase to 9 million. The total number of train commuters will also increase, to 5 million, by 2030. But the total number of bus commuters will decrease, to 3 million.