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 comparisons where relevant.
The table shows changes in mode of travel on average distance in England between 1985 and 2000, and it is measured in miles. Clearly, what stands out from the table is that there was a significant increase of all modes in 2000. Note, almost all figures of transport mode increase in this trend, but only the figure of bicycle decreases at the end of period.
In 1985, whereas the figure of car was the most popular trend in this level which stood at 3,199 miles, the figure of taxi was the lowest level in this year which was only 13 miles. The figures of walking and train had a similar distance at approximately 250 miles. Likewise, the figures of local bus and other had also a similar pattern which was specifically 429 miles (local bus) and 450 miles (other). Also, the figures of bicycle and long distance bus were the fairly low level in this trend.
On the other hand, almost all figures in 2000 had risen in all parts except the figure of bicycle which decreased from 51 miles to 41 miles. While there is a significant increase in the figure of car which was the highest level in this trend, the figure of other was the fairly high one, and then it was followed by the figure of train at 366 miles. The figures of walking and local bus had a similar way at approximately 250 miles which was specifically 274 miles (local bus) and 237 miles (walking), and then the figure of taxi becomes the fairly low level at 42 miles.