The diagrams below give information on the percentage of transport used in Edmonton, Canada.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words in 20 minutes.
The given pie chart presents information on the percentage of commuters using different modes of transport in Edmonton, Canada. The bar chart gives the percentage of passengers using cars for various purposes.
Clearly, most of the commuters in Edmonton prefer using cars. While 35 percent passengers use Light Rail Transit (LRT), 10 percent travelers prefer the bus, and an equal percent hire a taxi. Cumulatively, 55 percent use public transport – either a LRT or a bus or a taxi.
Among car users, 55 percent drive personal vehicles to commute to work. This is closely followed by transportation for business purposes. A large proportion of Edmonton’s residents uses cars for driving their children to schools. Merely about 15 percent use cars for shopping and an equal percent use them for leisure activities.
Overall, though a large percentage of residents prefer cars for personal and professional business reasons, only a small percentage of people use them for other activities.
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