The table aids in comparing the various forms of transportation utilized in Canada, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands—four nations.
The table clearly shows that automobiles are the most popular mode of transportation across all four nations. However, the Netherlands has a low percentage of trips made by this vehicle (47%), whereas Canada has a large percentage (90%) of trips done by this vehicle. Unsurprisingly, a substantial percentage of excursions in the Netherlands are performed on foot (18%) and by bicycle (26%). In Germany, where one out of every five trips is taken by public transportation, this usage percentage is the highest.
The bar graph also shows details that are useful for comprehending Canada's high automobile usage.
Lack of any other options is most frequently cited at 38%. Even though 22% of respondents claimed that driving is more convenient, the other cited considerations, such as working night shifts, show necessities rather than preferences.