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Train Service Performance at Huyton - March 2016

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Tuesday 01162162(100.0%)144(88.8%)156(96.2%) 
Wednesday 02162160(98.7%)136(83.9%)154(95.0%) 
Thursday 03162150(92.5%)116(71.6%)137(84.5%)The 06:00 Liverpool to Wigan NW broke down near Broad Green, triggering delays and cancellations until 09:30.
Friday 04162159(98.1%)138(85.1%)153(94.4%) 
Saturday 05163163(100.0%)145(88.9%)161(98.7%) 
Sunday 066262(100.0%)50(80.6%)57(91.9%) 
Monday 07162159(98.1%)150(92.5%)156(96.2%) 
Tuesday 08162160(98.7%)134(82.7%)152(93.8%) 
Wednesday 09162162(100.0%)142(87.6%)154(95.0%) 
Thursday 10162162(100.0%)148(91.3%)158(97.5%) 
Friday 11162160(98.7%)146(90.1%)159(98.1%) 
Saturday 12163163(100.0%)145(88.9%)163(100.0%) 
Sunday 136262(100.0%)55(88.7%)61(98.3%) 
Monday 14162161(99.3%)138(85.1%)152(93.8%) 
Tuesday 15162152(93.8%)118(72.8%)133(82.0%)The 15:31 Wigan North Western to Liverpool failed at Bryn, resulting in delays, cancellations and diversions through until the end of service.
Wednesday 16165155(93.9%)124(75.1%)141(85.4%) 
Thursday 17162162(100.0%)147(90.7%)155(95.6%) 
Friday 18162162(100.0%)146(90.1%)158(97.5%) 
Saturday 19163163(100.0%)146(89.5%)154(94.4%) 
Sunday 206262(100.0%)55(88.7%)61(98.3%) 
Monday 21162162(100.0%)140(86.4%)156(96.2%) 
Tuesday 22162162(100.0%)153(94.4%)161(99.3%) 
Wednesday 23162161(99.3%)149(91.9%)157(96.9%) 
Thursday 24161160(99.3%)138(85.7%)154(95.6%) 
Friday 25162160(98.7%)121(74.6%)140(86.4%)An axle counter failure at Huyton caused delays and cancellations from 15:30 until about 18:00.
Saturday 26163163(100.0%)152(93.2%)162(99.3%) 
Sunday 276262(100.0%)59(95.1%)61(98.3%) 
Monday 28160160(100.0%)150(93.7%)158(98.7%) 
Tuesday 29160160(100.0%)151(94.3%)157(98.1%) 
Wednesday 30160160(100.0%)153(95.6%)160(100.0%) 
Thursday 31160157(98.1%)132(82.5%)147(91.8%) 
Month46204568(98.8%)4073(88.1%)4440(96.1%) 

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.