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Train Service Performance at Huyton - March 2017

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Wednesday 013634(94.4%)34(94.4%)34(94.4%)Following a wall collapse on 28 February, no trains in and out of Liverpool Lime Street.
Thursday 023534(97.1%)31(88.5%)32(91.4%) 
Friday 033635(97.2%)34(94.4%)34(94.4%) 
Saturday 044035(87.5%)35(87.5%)35(87.5%) 
Sunday 053327(81.8%)16(48.4%)20(60.6%) 
Monday 063834(89.4%)29(76.3%)29(76.3%) 
Tuesday 074035(87.5%)26(65.0%)31(77.5%) 
Wednesday 08163161(98.7%)149(91.4%)158(96.9%) 
Thursday 09161161(100.0%)151(93.7%)156(96.8%) 
Friday 10162162(100.0%)137(84.5%)153(94.4%) 
Saturday 11163163(100.0%)139(85.2%)162(99.3%) 
Sunday 126262(100.0%)51(82.2%)58(93.5%) 
Monday 136968(98.5%)65(94.2%)68(98.5%)Reduced service due to industrial action by the RMT union.
Tuesday 14162162(100.0%)143(88.2%)158(97.5%) 
Wednesday 15162162(100.0%)148(91.3%)160(98.7%) 
Thursday 16162162(100.0%)140(86.4%)158(97.5%) 
Friday 17162160(98.7%)137(84.5%)157(96.9%) 
Saturday 18163163(100.0%)156(95.7%)161(98.7%) 
Sunday 196262(100.0%)57(91.9%)60(96.7%) 
Monday 20162157(96.9%)122(75.3%)130(80.2%)A broken down train between Wavertree Technology Park and Liverpool Lime Street caused disruption form 06:30 until 10:00. The culprit is believed to be 2F54 06:32 Liverpool Lime Street to Wigan North Western.
Tuesday 21162161(99.3%)131(80.8%)150(92.5%) 
Wednesday 22162160(98.7%)137(84.5%)151(93.2%) 
Thursday 23162160(98.7%)151(93.2%)158(97.5%) 
Friday 24162151(93.2%)118(72.8%)138(85.1%)A broken down train just south of St Helens on the down line resulted in delays, diversions and cancellations from 11:00 until 12:30. The failed train is believed to be 2C13 10:31 Wigan North Western to Liverpool Lime Street.
Saturday 25163159(97.5%)120(73.6%)139(85.2%)Another day, another breakdown. This time it was 1F05 12:30 Preston to Liverpool South Parkway which expired between St Helens and Thatto Heath at 13:10. The failed unit was pushed out by the following train, passing Huyton at 14:45 on their way to Allerton. Cancellations, delays, and diversions until 15:30.
Sunday 266262(100.0%)56(90.3%)58(93.5%) 
Monday 27162161(99.3%)134(82.7%)149(91.9%) 
Tuesday 28162162(100.0%)144(88.8%)154(95.0%) 
Wednesday 29162159(98.1%)141(87.0%)156(96.2%) 
Thursday 30162162(100.0%)145(89.5%)161(99.3%) 
Friday 31162162(100.0%)146(90.1%)158(97.5%) 

  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.