The chart compares the trend of using vehicles to move in on European urban in the three examined years including 1960, 1980 and 2000.
Overall, European residents tended to use car and bus as the main modes to travel. Additionally, the rate of people traveled by train and tube relatively resembled within the given period.
According to the bar chart, the number of car increased significantly between 1960 and 2000, accounting for over 5% and nearly 40% respectively. By contrast, the proportion of bus decreased gradually with exactly 5% in 2000, whereas this peaked at almost 40% in 1960.
At the beginning of the period, the rate of tube was slightly more than that of train but this trend totally reversed. By 1980, the number of tube had dramatically reduced with over 20%. On the other hand, the number of citizens using train had grown up to approximately 28%. Nevertheless, the tendency entirely reverted one more time in 2000.