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The table illustrates transportation preference by British commuters according to the distance over a 15- year period starting from 1985.

In general, it is apparent that the total number of miles traveled by English people using all modes of transport increased significantly over the survey. Additionally, the transport most people would choose as their favorite was car.

As can be seen, the average distance people went to work on foot, by bike and local bus saw a downward trend between 1985 and 2000. To be more specific, there was a fall from 255 miles to 237 miles in terms of walking method. Furthermore, in 1985 English used the bike as a means of transport for the 51-mile distance whereas this figure decreased to 41 miles after 15 years. Local bus also experienced a halving to 274 miles by 2000.

In contrast, there was an opposite trend for remaining modes from 1985 to 2000. In 1985, the average people travelled 3199 miles by car, and this figure continued to rise dramatically at 4806 miles. The figures for travel by train, local distance bus and other modes shared the similar trend. Travel by taxi saw a significant change, with more than a threefold increase from 13 miles per person to 42 miles in 2000.

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

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

Describe the information in the table and make comparisons where appropriate.

Write at least 150 words.

Average distance in miles travelled per person per year

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The table illustrates (wrong verb) transportation preference (wrong expression) by British commuters (Wrong word. The instruction I found do not specify this travel is commuting.) according to the distance (That makes no sense.) over a 15- year period starting from 1985. (Incorrect. There are no values for 1986, 1987, 1988... It is not a period, but two points in time.)

In general, it is apparent that (Do not write these dummy-it clauses. They have no information content.) the total number of miles traveled by English people using all modes of transport increased significantly over the survey. (The task does not mention any survey. Do not invent ideas that are not specific.) Additionally, the transport most people would choose as their favorite (Is there a satisfaction survey included in the task? How do you know about what is most enjoyed or liked?) was car.

As can be seen, the average distance people went to work Is that in the instructions?) on foot, by bike and local bus saw (wrong word. Distances cannot see anything.) a downward trend (wrong word. You cannot see a trend with just two data points.) between 1985 and 2000. To be more specific, there was a fall from 255 miles to 237 miles in terms of walking method. (awkward, unnatural) Furthermore, in 1985 English used the bike as a means of transport for the 51-mile distance (incorrect. This value in the table is not the number of miles traveled in one trip.) whereas this figure (wrong word.) decreased to 41 miles after 15 years. Local bus also experienced (wrong word. Busses do not have experiences.) a halving to 274 miles by 2000.

In contrast, there was an opposite trend for remaining modes from 1985 to 2000. In 1985, the average people (wrong expression - an average person by height? or income?.) travelled 3199 miles by car, and this figure (wrong word. ) continued to rise dramatically (wrong word.) at 4806 miles. The figures for travel by train, local distance bus and other modes shared the similar trend. Travel by taxi saw a significant change, with more than a threefold increase from 13 miles per person to 42 miles in 2000.

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Topic:

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

Describe the information in the table and make comparisons where appropriate.

Write at least 150 words.

Average distance in miles travelled per person per year

The table lists the distances travelled yearly by the average Englishman for seven named means of transportation in two different years, 1985 and 2000. Besides that, it gives the total distance and a category for other, unnamed means. The categories include three for public transportation (train and local and long distance bus), three for personal means (walking, biking and driving), and taxis.

Overall, the total distance increased over time even though there were decreases in three of the categories, walking, biking and local bus. The bulk of the total travel was by car.

In detail, two-thirds of the total distance in 1985 (3199 out of 4740 miles) was by car, and that percentage went up to nearly three-quarters in 2000 (4806 out of 6475). People took public transportation about the same, 764 miles in 2000 compared to 722 in 1985; however the miles traveled by train and long distance bus both increased at the expense of local busses, which declined from 429 to 274 miles. Walking and biking added up to 306 miles in 1985, compared to 278 in 2000. Other means accounted for just under 10% in both years.

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