The table below gives information about rail transport in four countries in 2007.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The table compares four railway systems in terms of the number of people who use them, the killometres per passenger and the billion tons of cargo carried in four different coutries in 2007.
Overall, Chinese rail network had the highest number of people using it and the killometres each person, while Canada saw the largest amount of goods which deliverd by rail transport.
In China, 27 millions of people travelled by train, whereas the quantity of Canadian passengers using this transport was significantly lower, just 0.3 millions. Likewise, 1980 killometres per person were commuted by rail in China, in comparison to only 80 kilometres for each traveller who use train in Canada. By contrast, Canadian railway carried the biggiest amount of cargo, with 28.2 billion tons.
Malaysia and the UAE had the equivalent figures in all three sectors. With 5.9 and 5.5 millions of people using rail transport respectively, the killometres per head of these two country populations was also similar, at 770 and 780 killometres correspondingly. The amounts of cargo carried by rail networks in Malaysia and the UAE were the lowest figures, at around 22 billion tons each.