The chart below shows the number of trips made by children in one country in 1990 and 2010 to travel to and from school using different modes of transport.

The chart illustrates the frequency of trips taken by children aged from 5 to 12 from 1990 to 2019 either by car, bus, cycling or walking to the school and back. Overall, it can be depicted that children preferred to walk to and from school, while
almost equal number
Suggestion
an almost equal number
of trips were taken by cycling, bus or walking and bus both. Whereas in 1990 where
car
Suggestion
the car
was relatively the less chosen mode of transport, it changed significantly in 2019, as it became the most preferred choice rather than walking as seen in 1990. In 1990, walking dominated the choice of travel with around 12 millions taken per year.
However
, children chose to ride the cycles, take the bus or even walk to school or back with each grazing around 6
million
trips taken that year.
However
,
journey
Suggestion
journeying
done by car was at the minimum with only 4
million
trips taken annually. The tables were turned in 2019, with around 11.5
millions
Suggestion
million
trips per year, launching as the most preferred choice for travel, whereas walking faced decline to almost half
to
Suggestion
of
it's
of a thing, of it; possessive form of "it"
its
initial value to almost 6
millions
Suggestion
million
trips. Not only walking, other modes
such
as cycling, walking, bus or walking and bus both saw a relative crunch as numbers went down to almost 2
million
for cycling, less than 4
million
for walking and bus and at
last
, nearly 5
million
trips per annum for
bus
Suggestion
the bus
a bus
.

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