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Train Service Performance at Huyton - May 2015

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Friday 01162162(100.0%)124(76.5%)150(92.5%) 
Saturday 02163162(99.3%)127(77.9%)152(93.2%) 
Sunday 035656(100.0%)46(82.1%)51(91.0%) 
Monday 04157156(99.3%)129(82.1%)148(94.2%) 
Tuesday 05157157(100.0%)136(86.6%)153(97.4%) 
Wednesday 06157157(100.0%)132(84.0%)150(95.5%) 
Thursday 07157157(100.0%)125(79.6%)151(96.1%) 
Friday 08162162(100.0%)121(74.6%)152(93.8%) 
Saturday 09163163(100.0%)133(81.5%)156(95.7%) 
Sunday 105858(100.0%)50(86.2%)54(93.1%) 
Monday 11156155(99.3%)125(80.1%)148(94.8%) 
Tuesday 12157156(99.3%)127(80.8%)148(94.2%) 
Wednesday 13157157(100.0%)133(84.7%)146(92.9%) 
Thursday 14157157(100.0%)117(74.5%)138(87.8%) 
Friday 15162162(100.0%)129(79.6%)153(94.4%) 
Saturday 16163163(100.0%)128(78.5%)154(94.4%) 
Sunday 176262(100.0%)56(90.3%)60(96.7%)First day of the new timetable, and the start of squadron service for electric trains.
Monday 18162157(96.9%)99(61.1%)130(80.2%)With the majority of services formed of EMUs, the first weekday of the new timetable started badly with a failed 319 between Preston and Wigan, resulting in a few cancelled Wigan services.
Tuesday 19162162(100.0%)121(74.6%)146(90.1%) 
Wednesday 20162162(100.0%)133(82.0%)145(89.5%) 
Thursday 21162162(100.0%)143(88.2%)157(96.9%) 
Friday 22162162(100.0%)126(77.7%)151(93.2%) 
Saturday 23163163(100.0%)123(75.4%)151(92.6%) 
Sunday 24114107(93.8%)88(77.1%)100(87.7%) 
Monday 25188182(96.8%)119(63.2%)159(84.5%) 
Tuesday 26162162(100.0%)128(79.0%)152(93.8%) 
Wednesday 27162161(99.3%)121(74.6%)145(89.5%)A bridge strike near Patricroft resulted in some delays during the morning peak.
Thursday 28162162(100.0%)145(89.5%)159(98.1%) 
Friday 29162160(98.7%)131(80.8%)151(93.2%) 
Saturday 30163163(100.0%)140(85.8%)161(98.7%) 
Sunday 316262(100.0%)58(93.5%)61(98.3%) 
Month45544529(99.4%)3638(79.8%)4257(93.4%) 

Notes
  1. The figures are derived from information of Network Rail Infrastructure Limited licensed under this licence.
  2. Trains cancelled by planned engineering works are not counted as a cancellation. (As long as they are removed from the timetable.)
  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.