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Train Service Performance at Huyton - May 2013

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
1156156(100.0%)137(87.8%)149(95.5%) 
2156156(100.0%)132(84.6%)152(97.4%) 
3163162(99.4%)144(88.3%)157(96.3%) 
4164164(100.0%)126(76.8%)154(93.9%) 
55656(100.0%)39(69.6%)45(80.4%) 
6156155(99.4%)120(76.9%)136(87.2%) A signalling problem caused disruption at Liverpool Lime Street 11:00 to 17:00.
7156156(100.0%)122(78.2%)149(95.5%) 
8156156(100.0%)128(82.1%)150(96.2%) 
9156156(100.0%)119(76.3%)140(89.7%) 
10164164(100.0%)136(82.9%)158(96.3%) 
11164154(93.9%)98(59.8%)114(69.5%) A signalling problem near Huyton caused severe disruption 13:00 to 15:30.
A signalling problem at St Helens caused delays 18:00 to 22:00.
125656(100.0%)52(92.9%)54(96.4%) 
13157156(99.4%)112(71.3%)139(88.5%) 
14157157(100.0%)130(82.8%)142(90.4%) 
15158147(93.0%)117(74.1%)135(85.4%) A person hit by a train near Wavertree Technology Park caused major disruption from 07:15 to 10:00.
16157156(99.4%)139(88.5%)151(96.2%) 
17164164(100.0%)112(68.3%)149(90.9%) 
18164164(100.0%)155(94.5%)163(99.4%) 
193939(100.0%)35(89.7%)39(100.0%) 
20157157(100.0%)132(84.1%)147(93.6%) 
21157157(100.0%)132(84.1%)152(96.8%) 
22157157(100.0%)126(80.3%)147(93.6%) 
23157156(99.4%)131(83.4%)144(91.7%) 
24165158(95.8%)106(64.2%)131(79.4%) A trespass incident at Lime Street plus a signalling problem at Earlestown caused disruption from 11:00 to 15:00.
25164163(99.4%)116(70.7%)147(89.6%) A signalling problem at St Helens Junction caused some disruption in the afternoon.
266463(98.4%)33(51.6%)43(67.2%) Overrunning engineering works severely delayed the first few trains.
27157156(99.4%)142(90.4%)152(96.8%) 
28161160(99.4%)133(82.6%)153(95.0%) Overrunning engineering works at Eccles. No trains between Earlestown and Manchester until about 08:15.
29157157(100.0%)135(86.0%)153(97.5%) 
30157157(100.0%)128(81.5%)146(93.0%) 
31164164(100.0%)126(76.8%)155(94.5%) 
May45164479(99.2%)3593(79.6%)4146(91.8%) 

Notes
  1. The figures are 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.