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  • Terej

    August 5, 2022 at 9:56 PM

    The provided diagram illustrates the density of commodities shipped by four different types of transportation such as road, water, rail, and pipeline in the UK from the year 1974 to 2002.

    Overview, the highest amount of the goods transported via road followed by water and rail transportation, whereas, the less volume of goods shipped by pipeline transportation.

    To begin with, a large volume of the goods taken via road transportation ranged from above 60 million in 1974 and maintained study growth until the year 1994 reaching 80 million, from there, the number skyrocketed to almost 89,000 million. whereas the same trend was followed in carrying the goods by water transportation number picked from below 40 million to above 50,000 million in 1990, then number plunged slightly during 1994, but after that quantity range took a sudden leap by touching above 60,000 million in 2002.

    On the other hand, goods transited via train proportion was 40,000 million from 1974 to 1978, thereafter, volume slumped during 1982 with a fluctuation until 1994, from then onwards goods quantity raised to above 60,000 million in 2002. While merchandise via pipeline transportation showed steady improvement from start to until 1982 reaching above 20,00 million but quantity range stayed static from there to 1990, but later goods quantity range collapsed to 20,000 million and stayed constant until 2002.

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