The table gives information about how people travel to work in Houston, Texas. The bar chart shows information regarding the amount of Co2 emitted by each one.

Overall, cars with just the driver are the most common means of transport to work and cause more pollution than other means of transport combined.

The most common way to work is using a private car, about 48%. 37% of people travel by public transportation and 11 percent of people share their cars. The least common way is cycling and walking.

People who travel by bus or train have the highest average age, 47 years old, while people walkers and cyclists have the least average age, 34 years old. Car drivers who share a car have 44 average age and drivers use private car have an average age of 43.

People who use private car produce the highest pollution, about 0.32(kilograms Co2 per person per kilometre), while walkers and cyclists do not pollute the air. Cars with four people pollute air about 0.08(kilograms Co2 per person per kilometre). Public transport such as bus or train has the pollution of about 0.02.

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The table gives information about how people travel to work in Houston, Texas. The bar chart shows information regarding the amount of Co2 emitted by each one.

Overall, cars with just the driver are the most common means of transport to work and cause more pollution than other means of transport combined.

The most common way to work is using a private car, about 48%. 37% of people travel by public transportation and 11 percent of people share their cars. The least common way is cycling and walking.

People who travel by bus or train have the highest average age, 47 years old, while people walkers and cyclists have the least average age, 34 years old. Car drivers who share a car have 44 average age and drivers use private car have an average age of 43.

People who use private car produce the highest pollution, about 0.32(kilograms Co2 per person per kilometre), while walkers and cyclists do not pollute the air. Cars with four people pollute air about 0.08(kilograms Co2 per person per kilometre). Public transport such as bus or train has the pollution of about 0.02.

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The table gives information about how compares four modes of transport that people use to commute travel to work in Houston, Texas. The bar chart shows information regarding the amount of CO2 emitted by each one.

Overall, cars with just the driver are the most common means of transport to work, and they cause emit more pollution carbon dioxide than do the other three means of transport combined.

The most common way to work is using a private car, In Houston, about 48% of people drive alone to work, whereas 37% of people travel by public transportation (train or bus) and 11% percent of people share their cars. The least common ways of commuting is cycling and walking.

People who travel by bus or train have the highest average age, 47 years old, while people walkers pedestrians and cyclists have the least lowest average age, 34 years old. Car drivers who share a car have 44 an average age of 44, and drivers using private cars have an average age of 43.

From the graph, it can be seen that people who use a private car produce the highest pollution, levels of CO2, about 0.32 (kilograms Co2 per person per kilometre), while walkers and cyclists do not pollute the air with CO2. Cars with four people pollute air emit about 0.08 kilograms of CO2 per person per kilometre. Finally, public transport means such as buses or trains has the pollution of emit about 0.02 kilograms of CO2 per person per kilometre.

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