The line graph shows the number of Britons who commute to work daily by three different modes of transportation between 1970 and 2030. Nevertheless, it seems clear that daily car commuting will continue to be the most common mode of transportation for the next 60 years. Commuting by car and bus will become more popular. Bus travel to work, on the other hand, is anticipated to decrease.
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The biggest number of daily car commuters for that era was 5 million in 1970. After 1980, this number increased sharply, and it is predicted to keep growing until it reaches a peak of 9 million in 2030. Almost 2.5 million people commuted every day by train in 1975, making it the least popular mode of transportation. It is anticipated that by 2030, it will rank as commuters’ second-most popular form of transportation.
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Bus transportation was the second most popular mode of transportation in 1975, in comparison. It is anticipated that by 2030, this number will steadily decline to a low of just under 3 million commuters, making it the least popular mode of worker transportation.
In conclusion, the popularity of cars is expected to increase while that of buses is expected to drop for commuting.