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The line chart compares the quantity of commuters travelling everyday by three different means of transportation in Britain at ten-year intervals between 1970 and 2030.
It is noticeable that British people prefer travelling by private transport to catching public ones throughout the period shown. In addition, the number of cars and train users increase significantly; Whereas that of bus experience a slight decline.
In 1970, approximately 2 million was recorded for train commuters that was a half and about 40% the figure for bus and car respectively. Up until the moment, the quantity of commuting rail passengers has encountered a marked climb before soaring enormously and undertaking that of bus. Besides, the number of people travelling by cars has considerably rosen and is thought to maintain an upward tendency over the period.
In the subsequent 10 years from present, railway is expected to be the second popular transport and account for approximately a half of car (at about 4.5 million). A different pattern is calculated to show for bus figure which hit a bottom of nearly 3 million.