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different types of transportation children

The figures provide information on the different types of transportation children normally have used during the years 1990 and 2010, in order to go to and from school, in conjunction with the amount of trips described as per millions.
Overall, this comparison offers the significant changes children have done throughout this period of time, decreasing drastically the use of walking, while on the opposite, the car passenger has shown a dramatically increase. On the other hand the cycling, walking and bus, and the use of bus presents moderate variations, also showing a trend of the preference of children nowadays.
In 1990, over 12 million trips were made by children, while in 2010 this number decreased slightly over the double by 2010. On the other hand, the use of car was not considerably common in 1990, as there was just over 4 million trips recognized, however, after 20 years this number has appeared to change heavily, as it's use increased almost three times.
Together with the use of car and walking, the chart inform that the use of cycling has considerably decreased almost over a third part, passing from 2 to slightly over 6 million trips. Even though the use of walking and bus, and the use of only bus has changed over the last years, the use of this methods has graduatelly decreased in roughly double and a 10 percent respectively
The figures provide information on the
different
types of transportation children
normally
have
used
during the years 1990 and 2010, in order to go to and from school, in conjunction with the amount of
trips
described
as per millions.

Overall
, this comparison offers the significant
changes
children have done throughout this period of time, decreasing
drastically
the
use
of walking, while on the opposite, the car passenger has shown a
dramatically increase
.
On the other hand
the cycling, walking and bus, and the
use
of bus presents moderate variations,
also
showing a trend of the preference of children nowadays.

In 1990, over 12 million
trips
were made
by children, while in 2010 this number decreased
slightly
over the double by 2010.
On the other hand
, the
use
of car was not
considerably
common in 1990, as there was
just
over 4 million
trips
recognized,
however
, after 20 years this number has appeared to
change
heavily
, as it's
use
increased almost three times.

Together with the
use
of car and walking, the chart inform that the
use
of cycling has
considerably
decreased almost over a third part, passing from 2 to
slightly
over 6 million
trips
.
Even though
the
use
of walking and bus, and the
use
of
only
bus has
changed
over the last years, the
use
of
this
methods has
graduatelly
decreased in roughly double and a 10 percent
respectively

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