The chart below shows numbers of incidents and injuries per 100 million passenger miles travelled PMT by transportation type in 2002 Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant

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The chart below shows numbers of incidents and injuries per 100 million passenger miles travelled (PMT) by transportation type in 2002. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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The given bar chart illustrates the numbers of incidents and injuries per 100 million passenger miles travelled stemming from five different means of transport in 2002.

It is obvious that there were more incidents than injuries in all five transportation types. Likewise, the vast majority of incidents and injuries occurred on the demand-response types.

The demand-response vehicles were responsible for 225 incidents and 173 injuries per 100 million passenger miles travelled. These numbers were nearly three times higher than those of bus services which were the second highest sector with 76 incidents and 66 injuries, respectively.

Simultaneously, the number of problems was significantly lower in terms of railway services. While light rail accounted for a similar level of incidents to buses, injury numbers were relatively smaller at 39. Meanwhile, commuter trains made up the smallest statistics for both problems. There were merely 20 incidents and 17 passengers injured recorded on this sort of transport, less than a half of the corresponding figures for the remaining heavy rail.

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