"The table and the chart give us information about the [different forms of transportation], the percentage of people who use them, and the CO2 emissions for each form of transportation.
People tend to like travelling on their own with 48% doing so. Cyclists and pedestrians have the lowest percentage with just about 4%. By comparison, cars with more than one person in them have an average of 11%*
People travelling on trains and buses have the highest age--about 47 years old. Pedestrians and cyclists are the youngest group with 39 years old.
Cars are the fastest way of travelling, but they cause the highest amount of CO2 emissions with 0,3 kg/person/km when there is one person in them (0,7 kg/person/km when there is more than one person). Walking and cycling are the best way because they both cause zero CO2 emission.
Overall, cars with just one driver are the most common means of transportation for getting to work and they cause more pollution than all the other ones combined."
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