MemberAugust 27, 2022 at 4:16 PM
The provided pie charts illustrate the proportions of five different modes of commute used by people to reach their workplace or an educational facility in 2004 and 2009.
Overall, cars and buses were mostly used for travel to work and to a university, while, bicycles, walking, and trains were used as their least choice of transportation in the first year, although, this trend changed after four years, in which, cars were replaced by buses and other three modes of transportation usage were gradually increased after four years but still used less for travel.
To start with, cars and buses were used by people as their first preferred choice for their traveling ranging at 51% and 33% respectively in 2004, while this method was reversed in 2009, in which usage of buses rose to 46% and usage of cars was declined at 28%.
On the other hand, people liked less to travel via bicycles, walking and trains ranging at 9%, 4%, and 3% individually in 2004, whereas, in 2009, interest in using these three transportation was slightly grown to 16% (by bicycles), (by walking) at 6% and 4% ( by trains) singly.
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