The table below gives information about changes in modes of travel in England between 1985 and 2000
The changes of median distance per a person, measured in miles in England for 1985 to 2000 are shown in the table. Overall, it can be seen that the majority of kinds of transportation using fuel increased while the car was transportation modes used with the largest distance.
Between 1985 and 2000, the average number of distance travelling foot and bicycle decreased steadily from 256 to 237 and 51 to 41 respectively, while the number of local bus fell almost a half of the number in the beginning of the period. In contrast, the trend for local distance bus grew almost one hundred percent. Car, which is the transportation used to travel in the largest distance, increased by almost 1600 while taxi only grew by around 30.
The number of train and other transportations increased steadily. The former grew from 239 to 366 while the latter jumped to 585. Furthermore, the average length of all modes of transportations inclined remarkably from 4740 in 1980 to 6475 in the end of the period.