by Patel farhin
The given bar graph presents the percentage of total travellers, who used various types of transportation such as bus, car, bike and walking to travel and for work in a European city during the period from 1960 to 2000.
In the year 1960, car was least used as a method of transportation was around 7% using by population. The number of population who used car was grew steadily and in 2000 it was more than 35% . While, almost 34% European population had been chose walking to went to their destination in 1960.In the next 40 years, population was less interested in walking, it fell to 9%.
Analysing the data of remaining 2 modes of transportation, bike was preferred by a quarter of population to compared to bus. There was a gradual decrease in the percentage of bike and it was just 5% in 2000. Whereas, bus was preferred by only 17% of Europeans and the number was increased in the next years then decreased in 2000 was 15%.
Overall, car was most popular amongst European population, while bike and walking was least popular in the modes of transport.
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