The graph shows figures for people who travel to work daily in the Uk by three different types of transportation from 1970 to 2030.
It is clear that consuming car ( không nên suy ra là lượng xe tiêu thụ nhé :))))in UK is by far the most popular throughout the period shown. Besides, the numbers of people using the car and train rise gradually while the number of bus passengers reduces steadily.
In 1970, the number of UK workers ( cái này tớ vẫn băn khoăn, commuter thì bao gồm cả worker, student chứ nhỉ ) travelling by car was the highest, with around 5 million people, while figures for bus and train users were about 4 million and 2 million, respectively. In the year 2000, there was a enormously ( considerable/significant) increase of 2 million drivers ( thực ra chưa rõ lắm vì bài viết chỉ đề cập tới người đi làm thường xuyên bằng car, có thể dùng commuiting car users) , and numbers ( the number) reached 7 million. Likewise, the number of commuting rail passengers steadily rose by 3 million. However, there was a small drop of approximately 0.5 million in the number of bus users.
By 2030, the number of commuters using car is expected to reach a peak of 9 million, and the number of train travellers ( thường mang nghĩa người đi du lịch hơn)is also predicted to rise to nearly 5 million. On the other hand, buse consumers ( commuter not consumer nàng nhé) are perdicted to reduce slightly by 3 million