## Graph Writing # 7 - Underground Station Passenger Numbers in London

### The graph shows Underground Station passenger numbers in London.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

» You should write at least 150 words.

The given line graph shows data on the number of underground station passengers of London city from 6:00 am till 10:00 pm. As is observed from the graph, the highest number of people use the underground stations of London at 8:00 am and 6:00 pm.

At 6:00 am around 100 underground passengers can be found at the stations and this number increases seamlessly until 8:00 am when the passengers' number reaches to 400. After 8:00 am the number declines steadily until 10:00 am when it reaches around 180. The number keeps fluctuating until 4:00 pm and on an average 200 passengers can be observed during this period. After 4:00 pm the passenger number increases and reaches at 380 at around 6:00 pm. After 6:00 pm, the passenger number decreases with some fluctuations until 10:00 pm.

In summary, the highest number of passengers of London underground stations can be found in the stations during the office going and office leaving times in a day.

The graph shows the number of passengers travelling at various times in an underground station in London. As per the chart, there are 400 passengers travelling at 8.00 am and this seems to be the time that the majority of the travelling takes place. This might be because people usually go to work or children to school at this time; hence, 8.00 am has the highest number of people using the underground station.

Moreover, the second highest numbers of travellers were, with a slightly less number than 8.00 am in the evening travel, at 18.00 having 390 travellers. Hence, the immediate justification would be as it is the time, people travelling back after work. However, it is noticeable that the least number of people use the underground at 4.00 pm and 6.00 am assuming it is the same type of people travelling back and forth at different times for starting work and finishing work. It is also observed that the number of people travelling (300) seems to happen frequently at different times during the day.

Overall, the time of the day that shows a high number of people using the underground station in London is at 8.00am and 6.00pm.

[ Written by - Menu Anju ]

The provided line graph shows information about the numbers of people who use the underground station in London around the clock of a typical day. As is observed from the graph, the busiest times at the underground station are 8:00 am and 6:00 pm.

The highest numbers of people use the station in the morning and more specifically at around 8:00 in the morning. A rapid growth can be observed between 6:00 am and 8:00 am in the morning when around 400 people use the station at around 7:30 am. This number then quickly drops to below 200 at around 10:00 am. Again this number rises between 11:00 and 3:00 pm when around 300 people use the underground station with some fluctuations.

In the afternoon, this number decline, with less than 100 people using the station at 4:00 pm. At 6:00 pm this number reaches at 380. After 7:00 pm, the total number of passengers declines significantly and fluctuates for the last two hours from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

In summary, London underground station remains busy in the starting of the day at morning and in the early evening.

(Approximately 185 words)

( This model answer can be followed as an example of a very good answer. However, please note that this is just one example out of many possible approaches.)

The line graph depicts the variation in the number of London subway passengers from 6 a.m. to 22 p.m. on a typical day. At a glance, the busiest time is 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

To commence with, a large proportion of total people use underground railway facility at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. which is about 400. From 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. the steep incline in the number of passengers from 100 to 400. In the next hour, it again plummets back into 175. Though there is a slight increase in the number of passengers, it remains the same that is almost 300 from 12.00 to 2.00 p.m. Then the total figure of travellers declines 100 from 300 within two hours. Interestingly, at morning (6 a.m.) and at 4 p.m. almost an equal number of people use underground transportations, which is 100. In spite of a small hike at 9 p.m., the underground system has an equal number of travellers at 20.00 and 22.00 hours.

To conclude, London underground station remains busy at office hours.

[ Written by - Tony Jose ]

The provided graph depicts the number of people who use the London Underground station from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm on a typical day. It can be seen that the usage of the station varies at different periods of the day but mostly it remains busy at 8.00 am and at 6.00 pm.

At 6:00 am, the number of passengers at the station is very low with a total of 90 passengers. However, it firmly increases up 200 to 7:00 am at which point the traffic witnesses a drastic plunge reaching the busiest point of the day with 400 passengers. In a subsequent couple of hours, the rush relieves a little to reach 180 passengers at 10:00 am. The following two hours observe a humble rise which eventually reached at 280 when it, thereafter, creep to 300 from 12:00 to 14:00. From this moment, passenger arrival faces a major decline to the daily low point of less than 100 occurring at 16:00 while it plunges again to the second maximum of 380 at 18:00. For 18:00 to 20:00, traffic eases a little bit to around 130 and finally the remain hours encountering little fluctuation at 150.

[Written by - Ki]

The line graph illustrates how many passengers use the Underground Station from 6:00 to 22:00 in a day, in London. Overall, although there is a significant variation in the number of passengers throughout the period, the highest numbers are registered at 8:00 and 18:00.

As the graph indicates, at 6:00, a total of 100 people use the underground station. During the next 2 hours, there is a dramatic rise, with the numbers of travellers topping the charge at 8:00 with 400 passengers. The following 8 hours, is featured with fluctuations, and at 16:00 reaching the same level at the starting point (100 passengers). In two hours, a new substantial increase is seen accounting just below 400 passengers at 18:00. The next 4 hours is characterized by a reduction in the number, besides the discrete increase at 21:00 with just above 150 people and ending at 22:00 with roughly 150 users of the Underground Station.

[Written by - Jackeline]

Truong Vu Dang
The given line chart delineates the daily influx of commuters to an underground station in London from 6:00 to 22:00 in a day.

Overall, the passengers are shown rather erratic, and the points when the station is packed are around 8:00 and 18:00, the moments people travel to work and home.

As shown in the graph, passengers increase drastically from 6 in the morning. After two hours at about 8:00, the station became crowded with 400 passengers reported reaching the nadir of the chart. However, people disperse quickly, leaving the station with under 200 people at about 10:00. From 10:00 to 14:00, the number of passengers grows consistently and gets less dramatic later in the afternoon. After that, the number experiences a plummet, plunging from 300 to exactly 100 at 16:00, equal to the starting point. Again, it bounces back immediately to almost 400 at around 18:00 when people are rushing home. After this point, the number of passengers drops significantly, the station is getting quieter. From 22:00 onwards, the passengers at the station continue to fluctuate, however with an insignificant vibration.

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Latif
The diagram illustrates the number of people using London Underground Station per hour on a typical day. It can be easily noticed that the peak time is at 8.00 AM and 06.00 PM whereas the lowest number of passengers use this station at 6.00 AM and 16.00 AM.The number of passengers riding London underground is 100 in the morning at 6.00. However, this figure increases significantly to 400 at 8.00 AM. After 8.00, the number of commuters decreased dramatically to just below 200 at 10.00. From 10.00 AM to 15.00 PM the number fluctuates until it reaches the lowest at 16.00 PM with almost 98 travellers. Afterwards, there is a sharp upward trend of the number of passengers till 18.00 PM with about 380. Subsequently, this figure declines sharply to approximately 140 users as an average between 20.00 PM and 22.00. In summary, the busiest time at the London Underground Station is at 8.00 AM and 06.00 PM with about 390 passengers. However, the lowest number of passengers is at 6.00 and 16.00 with approximately 90 users.
Olivia
The line graph illustrates how many passengers use the London Underground Station in different hours of a typical day. Overall, the largest number of commuters use the station at around 8.00 and 18.00. During different hours of the day, the passenger number varies.Analyzing the line graph, it can be inferred that 100 people use the station at 6.00 in the morning and this number rises to as high as 400 at 8:00 am. After a sharp decrease in the next two hours, total commuters at the station drops to below 200 at 10.00 am. With a moderate increase in the next 4 hours, it touches 300 and then swiftly fells again. At around 4.00 pm the passenger number reaches to 100 again, as it was at 6:00 am. Around 400 people crowd at the underground station at around 6.00 pm which then promptly plummets. At the end of the day, at 10.00 pm, just below 150 commuters use this station.
Mo Alaa
The line graph elucidates the presence of commuters at an underground station in London from 6 am to 10 pm. As can be seen, the number of passengers fluctuates through the day hours having its peaks at 8:00 am and 6:00 am.According to the graph, in the early morning, the number of people who use the underground is the least - only 100 and it goes up to reach 200 at 7:00 am. However, passenger number doubles after an hour to be exactly 400 at the rush hour, 8:00 am. It reaches the zenith again at 6:00 pm. But, between these two hours, 8.00 am and 6.00 pm, the station experiences rises and falls on the commuters number until it reaches the bottom one more time with just 100 people at 4:00 pm. Finally, at the end of the day, the load of the Londoners at the underground station decreases till it becomes roughly 150 at 10:00 pm. But a hike could be observed before that, during four to six in the evening.
Puran
The line graph illustrates the number of passengers in London underground station at different hours of a typical day. A glance at the graph reveals that the highest number of people use the station at 8:00 am and 6:00 pm. The station has 100 passengers at 6.00 in the morning which quickly reaches to 200 after an hour and 400 at 8:00 am before dropping to just below 200 at 9:00 and 10:00 am. Afterwards, the number of commuters in this underground station slowly develops and hit 300 at 2:00 pm. Then the number suddenly declines to nearly 230 at 3:00 pm and 100 at 4:00 pm. The number of people in this station reaches as high as 390 at 6:00 in the evening before falling again to 125 at 8:00 pm. At the end of the day, 10:00 there are approximately 150 passengers in this station. It can be summarized that early morning and evening are rush hours for this underground passengers as a considerably higher number of people then use this station.
M & S
The provided graph gives information about the trends in London Underground station passengers between 6.00 am till 10.00 pm on a typical day. Overall, the highest number of passengers use this station at around 8 in the morning and 6 in the evening. Based on the graph, at the very beginning of the day, the underground passenger number rises from 100 to a peak of 200 at 7 am. Following this upward growth, the number of people who use this underground transportation doubles drastically at 8:00 and becomes under 200 passengers at 10 in the morning. Then, the direction of the trend changes and in the next 2 hours. From 12:00 to 2:00 pm, the passenger number remains fairly stable at just under 300. The figure experiences the greatest trough/low at around 4 in the evening, dropping dramatically to a low of 100 passengers in the underground station. Two hours later, at 6 o’clock in the evening, the figure rockets below 400. During the next two hours, the underground station witnesses another plunge in the number of passengers. At the end, the number fluctuates briefly around 150 passengers from 8:00 till 10:00 at night.
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Peter Lai
The line graph illustrates the number of people using London Underground Station at various times in a typical day from 6.00 am to 10.00 pm. As is observed from the graph, at 8:00 and 18:00 people utilise underground station the most. Around 100 passengers can be found at the underground station at 6 am and within 2 hours this number rises remarkably to 400 people as the highest point of the day at 8 am. Afterwards, there is a rapid drop in the number of underground travellers to below 200 passengers at 10 am, which is followed by the wild fluctuation for 4 hours before reaching a trough about below 100 people at 4 pm. From that period, the figure for passengers climbs significantly again and reaches approximately 400 people, and then the number of usages starts to decline dramatically and finally stands at about 125 passengers at 10 pm. In conclusion, 8 am and 6 pm witness the highest number of people using London Underground. In contrast, at 4 pm it seems to be least passengers utilising it.
JC
The given line graph delineates the number of tube passengers in London city from 6.00 AM to 10 PM on an average day.

At a glance, we can see that the number of passengers is at the peak at 8 AM and 6 PM. According to the graph, the number of passengers fluctuates every hour. In the morning from 6 to 8, the rapid growth of passengers can be seen from 100 to 400, and then it sharply declines to 150 at 10 in the morning. By 2 PM the number of passengers rises gradually to 300 but shortly after two hours, it goes down to approximately 100 passengers. Again, at 6 PM about 400 tube users can be observed and most of them return home from work making it a busy time to travel. After this hour, the number of passengers slumps with slight fluctuations until 10 PM.

The London subway has the highest number of passengers using the tube during the peak times which are 8 in the morning and 6 in the evening.

Roberto
The line graph illustrates the average number of London subway station passengers between 6.00 am and 10.00 pm during a day. The vertical axis shows the number of passengers and the horizontal axis represents the hours. The statistics clearly underline the busiest hours, in terms of the passenger's numbers of the underground station, to be 8.00 am and 6.00 pm and the lowest number of passengers at 6.00 am and 4.00 pm. As the graph shows, at 6.00 am,4.00 pm and 10.00 pm, the average number of people who catch the subway is approximately100. On the contrary, at the lunch time, between the hours 12.00 am and 2.00 pm, the number of underground station passengers is generally higher than the early morning hours. However, between 2.00 pm and 4.00 pm, the passenger number steadily decrease, with an average of around 230 travellers. Lastly, the information shows the most crowd hours of the day in the London underground stations respectively at 8.00 am and at the end of working day with approximately 400 Londoners. Please check it out and suggest me changes. My IELTS Test would be in 2 weeks. --- Roberto.
Pablo
The line graph illustrates the fluctuations in the number of passengers from 6:00 am until 10:00 pm in the subway of London on a typical day.

As is observed, the underground station has two peak hours of which the initial one happens at 8:00 in the morning with the latter occurring in the early evening at 6:00 pm. Moreover, Overall, large variations of passenger load could be observed in the subway when people turn up for work and upon returning home.

During these times of the day, passenger flow reaches a close of 400 people. Semi-peak hours are also observed by the station from midday until early afternoon (12:00 pm to 2:00 pm) where the count of passengers is almost constant to 300. Conversely, the lowest point that travellers use the underground train occurs 2 hours before the initial and final peak hours - 6:00 am and 4:00 pm respectively. In these hours, no less than a hundred people prefer to use the subway. By the end of the day, the passenger load brings to a halt of no more than 150 as it finishes its operation.

Nagi
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Saritha
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Faiyaz
Only 150 words are required. So give the answer between 150 to 180 words only.
Philomina
The given line graph illustrates the number of London underground station passengers who use the station during a typical day. As it is observed, 8.00 am and 6.00 pm are the peak hours for the station as the number of passengers at these two times are the highest. Around 100 travellers use the London underground station at 6.00 am. Afterwards, the number of passengers begins to increase dramatically to reach the peak at 400 at 8.00 am in the morning. From that point, the usage of the station takes a downward trend to receive approximately 170 travellers at 10.00 am. Starting from 10.00 am the number of passengers rises constantly until 2.00 pm followed by a decline to return to only 100 at 4.00 pm. Thereafter, the station starts to be crammed with people and peaked at around 395 passengers at 6.00 pm. The number of travellers in the London underground station begins to dwindle with some fluctuations to become nearly 140 at the end of the day.
Randal
I am a little confused with the verb REACH, there are plenty of examples written in different ways; which one is correct? - Reach the lowest point- Reach to the lowest point- Reach at the lowest pointAnother one- Reach at 400 passengers- Reach to 400 passengers- Reach 400 passengersThank you in advance.
Hanan
The provided line graph illustrates the number of people who use the London underground station in a typical day from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Overall, the most crowded period are 7:30 a.m. and 6:00 pm. when around 400 passengers use the station. As is seen, in the morning, more specifically at 6:00 a.m., 100 people can be found in the station and this number increases four times at 7:30 a.m. Then at 10:00 am the number of passengers decline significantly till it reaches to approximately 180 persons. Afterwards, at 12:00 p.m. the number of passenger number reaches to almost 290 and then it increases slightly till it reaches 300 persons at 2:30 p.m. The number falls dramatically till it approaches 100 persons at 4:30 pm. It increases again seamlessly between 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm at around 6:30 pm the passenger number reaches to about 400. A rapid fall can be observed from almost 380 to 120 at 9:30 pm. Finally, at 10 pm the station gets around 125 passengers.
Airy
The given line graph illustrates the number of passengers who use the London underground station from 06:00 am to 10:00 pm in a typical day. As is presented, the number of commuters who take the London underground station is high during peak time at 08:00 am and 06:00 pm.The passengers at the London underground station at 06: 00 in the morning starts from 100 and it doubles in number at 07:00 am to 200. It increases dramatically to 400 people by 08:00 am and it then drops to just over 150 at around 10:00 am. By 12:00 noon to 01:00 pm commuters of this underground station reach to just below 300 and reach to 300 at 02:00 pm. However, it decreases quickly to just under 100 at 04:00 pm and rapidly rocketed to just beneath 400 in 2 hours time at 06:00 pm.In addition, from 06:00 pm, the passenger number decreases to just above 100 at 08:00 pm and maintains its number until 10:00 pm.In summary, the London underground passenger number increases during peak time when commuters go to work and get back home in the evening. It drops during the off-peak time especially in the evening between 09:00 to 10:00 pm.
Jovita
Hi, I would like to ask about the correct punctuation when writing time. In the sample, it is written as "8:00" and no punctuation in pm and am. However, in some IELTS test answer sheets I have seen the time written as "8.00" and also "p.m."Could you tell me which way is correct?
The given graph shows the number of underground passengers in the London station throughout a day. As an overall trend, there are two main significant points in this graph. The highest number of passengers at around 8:00 am and 6:00 pm is the first noticeable trend and only a few passengers at around 4:00 pm and after 8:00 pm is another main trend. As is presented in the bar graph, at 6.00 am, the number of underground station passengers stands at 100 and then it starts to rise enormously to 400 at 8:00 am. After that, this station's users sharply fall to 200 at 10:00 am. With a slight but steady increase, this number reaches to 300 at 2 pm but then sharply begin to decrease and reaches to the nadir (less than 100) at 4:00 pm. However, this number begins to sharply increase to approximately 400 at 18:00 and went down again at 100 at around 8:00 pm. In short, it is clear from the given illustration that, more passengers use the London Underground Station at 8.00 in the morning and at 6.00 in the evening.
Phuong Anh
The given line graph compares the number of passengers using the underground train station in London at different hours in a typical day. Generally speaking, the London underground station is considerably busy at around 8 in the morning and 6 in the evening with around 400 passengers while roughly 100-200 people use it through out the hours of the day. Specifically, the number of travellers at 6.00 am is around 100, which jumps rapidly to reach a peak of a massive 400 at 8.00 am. However, this figure plunges dramatically to just under 200 people at 10.00 am. before undergoing a rise with some fluctuations around 250 and 300 people during the mid-day. After 2:00 pm, the passenger number falls sharply to under 100 at 4:00 p.m before observing another hike to approximately 370 people at 6:00 p.m. The number then drops again to somewhere in the vicinity of 120 at 8:00 p.m. and went up and down slightly around this level until the rest of the period.
Nima
The graph shows the number of people who use Underground Station in different times from 6.00 until 22.00 in London. This trend depicts passenger volume and attendance percent in subway.As is presented, subway services start at 6.00 am with 100 people, but after less than 2 hours it is rocketed to 400 people as the highest amount of a day. After that these numbers decline steadily until 10 and fluctuate between 200 to 300 people until 14.00. Interestingly in 2 hours number of usages drop remarkably and achieve the minimum amount of human at 16.00. The number of people swells up rapidly again, pass from 350 people in a day and formed the second top point at 6.00 p.m. after that quickly fall again and reach to less than 150 people at 20.00. The number of people until 22.00 is almost fixed in specific range with 50 people.In summary, 8.00 and 18.00 are pick time for human usage from this facility so London stations are crowded at morning and in the early evening.
Saba
A really nice description of the writing task 1.
Kesikan
The line graph illustrates the trend of passengers who use the subway service at different times of a day in London. Overall, the maximum number of travellers use the underground system at 8 in the morning and 6 in the evening.In the beginning of the day, at 06.00 am, only a hundred people travel in the train, which swells up rapidly to reach the maximum commuters by 8.00 in the morning to 400 people. However, the passenger number drops steadily at 10.00 am to approximately 200 users. Following a slight rise by the noon, the number plateaus till 14.00 pm with 300 people using the train. Again in the afternoon, by 15.00 pm, the number of subway commuters falls gradually and this reaches to 100 passengers again at 16.00 pm. This again hikes up reaching the second highest number again at 18.00 pm. Following that, the count of passengers fluctuates reaching 150 at 8. 00 pm and 10.00 pm. To summarise, the London subway has the busiest time in the morning and evening with the highest number of passengers.
IELTS Mentor
Yes, thousand seems more reasonable.
Bayar
The number of passengers might be in thousands, am I right? Also, how many points are these samples be measured? In my opinion, the last sample is as nearly as 8.
IELTS Mentor
The word 'seamlessly' means without having any interruption or awkward transitions. In this sample writing answer, it meant 'the number of passengers increased without any fluctuation'.
Hacar
Hello, can you tell me what does the word seamlessly mean in the last example of essays? Thank you.