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Train Service Performance at Huyton - September 2011

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
1162161(99.4%)125(77.2%)156(96.3%) 
2164164(100.0%)130(79.3%)155(94.5%) 
3164163(99.4%)125(76.2%)148(90.2%) Signalling problem at Salwick affected services 15:30 - 18:00.
46262(100.0%)47(75.8%)56(90.3%) 
5164164(100.0%)128(78.0%)156(95.1%) 
6164164(100.0%)134(81.7%)153(93.3%) 
7164164(100.0%)117(71.3%)143(87.2%) 
8164164(100.0%)130(79.3%)150(91.5%) Signalling problem at Poulton-le-Fylde caused minor delays 08:30 - 11.00.
Broken down train at Layton 12:00 - 14:00 caused delays up to 1 hour.
9164161(98.2%)131(79.9%)152(92.7%) 
10164162(98.8%)135(82.3%)155(94.5%) Signalling problem Lime Street 06.00 - 08.00 had little effect except the cancellation of one Blackpool working.
116262(100.0%)44(71.0%)55(88.7%) 
12164164(100.0%)137(83.5%)160(97.6%) 
13164163(99.4%)130(79.3%)153(93.3%) 
14164164(100.0%)142(86.6%)160(97.6%) 
15164164(100.0%)134(81.7%)159(97.0%) 
16164164(100.0%)143(87.2%)158(96.3%) 
17164163(99.4%)132(80.5%)153(93.3%) 
186262(100.0%)48(77.4%)55(88.7%) Overrunning engineering works between Wigan and Preston 15.00 - 17.30.
19164164(100.0%)124(75.6%)153(93.3%) 
20164164(100.0%)126(76.8%)157(95.7%) 
21164164(100.0%)131(79.9%)153(93.3%) The live departure board was showing trains up to 28 minutes early 15.30 - 17.00 so the figures should be treated with some suspicion.
22164163(99.4%)136(82.9%)161(98.2%) 
23164164(100.0%)135(82.3%)151(92.1%) 
24164164(100.0%)122(74.4%)155(94.5%) 
256262(100.0%)39(62.9%)49(79.0%) Overrunning engineering works Wigan/Preston 16:00 - 17:30.
26164163(99.4%)131(79.9%)152(92.7%) 
27164163(99.4%)140(85.4%)162(98.8%) 
28164164(100.0%)95(57.9%)138(84.1%) 
29164164(100.0%)120(73.2%)153(93.3%) 
30164158(96.3%)104(63.4%)135(82.3%) The service was running poorly pretty much all day, not helped by the 17.01 Liverpool - Wigan failing at Edge Hill.
September45104492(99.6%)3515(77.9%)4196(93.0%) 

Notes
  1. The data is derived from the public live departure board systems. These do not always correspond precisely to actual train running.
  2. Trains cancelled by planned engineering works are not counted as a cancellation. (As long as they are removed from the departure board system.)
  3. Rail replacement buses are not counted, since running information is not available.
  4. Trains running within two minutes of correct time are deemed to be on time. I also show trains within five minutes, the railway's standard.