The given below bar chart illustrates the different methods of transportations, used by staffs travel to and from work stations in one European city in 1960,1980 and 2000. In brief, the chart demonstrates that popularity travelling by car enhanced significantly as time passed by, while others fell except for the bus, its popularity increased slightly in the year of 1980, and declined in 2000.
In detail, car was least popular for travelers in 1960 around 5 percent, whereas walking was most common at about 34 percent. In 1980 and 2000, the popularity of car increased dramatically to approximately 22 and 35 percent, while in the same period, transportation mode of foot declined sharply to about 15 percent and 8 percent respectively, likewise walking, the popularity of bike also reduced significantly from 25 percent to 5 percent.
On the other hand, the population showed fluctuated behavior when choosing a bus as a means of transportation. Its popularity rose to 25 percent in 1980, but drop to about 15 percent in 2000.