The Table below gives information about changes in modes of travel in England between 1985 and 2000. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparison where relevant.
Turning to the detail, we can demonstrate that In 1985, the British traveled most of the path, measured the average distance in miles traveled per person per year, by car which was identical 3199 miles, followed by other, local bus, train and walking with 450, 429, 289 and 255 miles respectively. They used to travel by bicycle and long distance bus which constituted four-fold as much as taxi.
In the new millennium, it can be illustrated that the people of England still traveled the most path by car though its increased by 1607 miles. However, they went from one place to other by long distance bus which comprised three-times as much as bicycle and taxi. The rest of the items followed by other, train, local bus and walking respectively with 585, 366, 274 and 237 miles.
The overall trend shows a growth of all modes of travel in total over the defined period.