The chart below shows the number of incidents and injuries per 100 million passenger miles traveled (PMT) by transportation type in 2002. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The given bar chart depicts how many incidents and harms occurred in one particular year, 2002, with different modes of transportation, such as buses and rails, per 100 million PMT.
Overall, it can be seen that commuter rail had the lowest ratio of accidents. While demand response had the highest number of injuries and incidents.
To start with, 20 people were affected by commuter rail, and 17 people got hurt by it, which was the minimum value among all the other modes of transport. Moreover, the number of people injured by light rail and buses was equal at 76. Meanwhile, heavy rail injuries were almost double as compared to commuter rail.
Furthermore, demand responses had the highest number of incidents and injuries, 225 and 173, respectively, in 2002. 39 people out of 100 million had injuries from light rail transportation, and more than 65 had injuries from bus travel.
Sample 2:-The Chart Below Shows the Number of Incidents and Injuries
The bar chart explains the figure for Injuries and Incidents per 100 Million PMT by (bus- commuter rail- heavy rail-light rail- Demand response) in 2000.
Overall, In terms of incidents, most of the public has used all transportation while reducing the proportion of injuries of all different kinds, and commuter rail is a small minority of injuries the same as incidents.
Firstly, the rate of injuries travelers using commuter rail is about 17 % and increased slightly to 35 for heavy rail. Similarly, light rail then constantly soared approximately a large percentage by bus. At the same time, raising substantially about 173 for people who use demand response.
However, even though incidents began with a tiny fraction in commuter rail, there is a rapid rise in heavy rail, like bus, light rail ratio is about 76. during the Demand, response rose enormously to around 225 percent.