The given table illustrates how the mode of travel changed in England between 1985 and 2000. Generally, in 2000 English travelled more than in 1985.
In particular, in 1985, as for car, the average distance travelled by English was 3,199 miles and stood for the most reputable travel mode. On the other hand, it can be seen that taxi was the least popular mode of travel, at 13 miles. There were 4 kinds of traveling mode including walking, local distance bus, train and other which shared the almost equal popularity, at 255, 429, 239 and 450 miles respectively. Smaller groups belonged to bicycle and local bus which were around 50 miles.
In 2000, there were some changes in the distance of all modes. Car still remained the largest group and the distance English people travelled by car increased to 4806 miles. There was a fall in 4 groups of mode including walking, bicycle and local bus which decreased to 237, 41 and 274 miles respectively. The distances of local distance bus and train increased to 124 and 366 miles respectively. 42 miles and 585 miles were the distances of taxi and other respectively after changing over the period of time.
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