The given line compares three means of transports in terms of the average figures for commuters travelling by car, bus and train in the UK in the period between 1970 and 2030.

In general, it can be seen that these lines tend to go up, only the bus has a downward trend. Furthermore, it is clear that the car is the most popular choice of American.
In 1970, there have been nearly two million of people travelling by train on a daily basis, meanwhile, the number of commuters using the bus stood at around four million which was lower than that of the car about one million.
Over a ten-year period, these three average remained relatively flat until 1980. After that, between 1980 and 2000 the number of the car's users and train's users witnessed a steadily rose. The average of people using the car every day was nearly seven million and that for train experienced three million. Then both remained stable during the time from 2000 to 2010. In the other sides, a small drop of approximately 0,5 million was seen in the number of people travelling by bus in the UK in 2000.
Starting in 2010, a dramatic growth was seen is the period between 2010 and 2020. Moreover, by 2030 both forms of transports are expected to continue sharply rise. Whereas the bus's choice gradually fell from 2010 to 2020, then it is anticipated to go down and reach three million by 2030.

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The given (Do not use "given," "provided," "above" or "below" here.) line (A line is a mark on a piece of paper made when you move your pen continuously. It is a wrong word here.) compares three means of transports in terms of the average figures (wrong word. "Figures" refers to business reporting such as profit margins or sales.) for commuters travelling by car, bus and train in the UK in the period (extraneous words) between 1970 and 2030.


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The line graph compares the numbers of daily commuters by type of transportation ( car, train or bus) from 1970 to the present day with a projection to 2030. The data is averaged over intervals of ten years, and is from the UK.



In general, it can be seen that (filler words. Delete them) these numbers lines tend to go up, only the bus has a downward trend. Furthermore, it is clear that (filler words. Delete them) the car is the most popular choice of American. (Is the data about one expatriate US citizen?)


In 1970, there have been were nearly two million of people travelling by train on a daily basis, (comma splice error) meanwhile, the number of commuters using the bus stood at around four million which was lower than those driving a car, that of the car about one million.
Over a ten-year period, (Which decade are you talking about? ) these three average (wrong form) remained relatively flat until 1980. After that, between 1980 and 2000 the number of the car's users (wrong expression) and train's users witnessed (wrong word) a steadily (wrong form) rose. (wrong form / word ) The average of people (incorrect expression) using the car every day was nearly seven million and that for train experienced (wrong word) three million. Then both remained stable during the time from 2000 to 2010. In the other sides,(wrong expression) a small drop of approximately 0,5 million was seen in the number of people travelling by bus in the UK in 2000.
Starting in 2010, a dramatic growth was seen is the period (ungrammatical) between 2010 and 2020. Moreover, by 2030 both forms of transports (wrong expression) are expected to continue sharply rise. (Ungrammatical) Whereas the bus's choice (wrong. Buses do not choose anything.) gradually fell from 2010 to 2020, then it is anticipated to go down and reach three million by 2030.


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