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The pie charts examine the modes of transport used by people travelling to a given university for study or work in 2004 and 2009.
Overall, the data demonstrate that considerable changes occurred in three of the five modes of transport, particularly the bus, bicycle, and vehicle. Additionally, whereas the vehicle was by far the most advantageous method of transport in the first year analyzed, after five years, people tended to prefer the bus as their primary way of transport to this destination.
In 2004, somewhat more than half of faculty and students who travelled to this university did so by automobile, followed by bus, which accounted for 33% of total transportation. People, on the other hand, were not enthusiastic about travelling by bicycle, foot, or train, as demonstrated by their comparatively tiny figures (at 9,4,and 3 per cent, respectively).
After a half-decade, the proportion of persons choosing to commute by bus climbed dramatically to 46% following the establishment of a new bus stop at this university in 2006. A similar trend can be observed in bicycle ridership (which has nearly doubled since 2004), train passengers, and pedestrians (rose marginally by 1 to 2 per cent). In comparison, due to modifications in auto parking in 2008, the number of persons who love driving to this university dropped dramatically to 28%.