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Transport via water, road, rail and pipeline
The line graph compares four transports in terms of the numbers of the commodities that they conveyed over a period 28 years in the UK.
It's clear that the total number of transported goods in the UK rose significantly between 1974 and 2002. In particular, a much smaller products shipped by rail in comparison with water, pipeline and road experienced the fastest growth in transport usage.
In 1974, around 70 million tonnes of goods were transported by road mode. The pipeline was in the bottom at 5 million tones, while the water and rail types stood at just under 40 million tones. Delivering by pipeline, water and road rose slightly in 1978, whereas the use of the rail for shipment dropped negligibly.
By 2002, the goods conveyed by road reached approximately 100 million tones, a considerably of almost 30 million tones. The figure shows the numbers of commodities transported by rail were almost unchangeable, while the of pipeline and water were higher, at about 21 and 63 million tones, respectively.