Number Of Trips Made By Children In One Country IELTS Task 1 Report

Report Sample 2

The given chart shows the different modes of transport used by students aged between 5 and 12 to travel to and from school in 1990 and 2010. Overall, it can be seen that the number of car passenger trips more than doubled over the two decades. While the number of passenger car trips in 1990 was roughly 4 million, it increased to 11 million by 2010. In 1990 walking was the most used means of transport to school with more than 12 million walking trips in 1990. Interestingly, it had reduced by more than half to 6 million trips by 2010. There was a significant drop in the number of cycling, walking and bus and bus trips. While the number of cycling and walking and bus trips in 1990 was about 6 million each, it had dropped to 2 million and 3 million respectively by 2010. Cycling was also the least common means of transport used in 2010.

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