©2017 Phil Wieland

Train Service Performance at Huyton - May 2017

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Monday 01152152(100.0%)129(84.8%)142(93.4%) 
Tuesday 02162162(100.0%)152(93.8%)161(99.3%) 
Wednesday 03162162(100.0%)140(86.4%)153(94.4%) 
Thursday 04162162(100.0%)148(91.3%)159(98.1%) 
Friday 05162161(99.3%)129(79.6%)147(90.7%) 
Saturday 06163158(96.9%)130(79.7%)153(93.8%) 
Sunday 076262(100.0%)55(88.7%)61(98.3%) 
Monday 08162156(96.2%)138(85.1%)148(91.3%) 
Tuesday 09162159(98.1%)132(81.4%)148(91.3%) 
Wednesday 10164159(96.9%)115(70.1%)134(81.7%)A signalling problem near Ordsall Lane Junction caused delays and cancellations between start of service and 09:00.
Later, a failed train at Huyton resulted in more delays and cancellations between 18:00 and 21:00.
Thursday 11162159(98.1%)130(80.2%)147(90.7%) 
Friday 12162162(100.0%)151(93.2%)161(99.3%) 
Saturday 13163163(100.0%)153(93.8%)160(98.1%) 
Sunday 146262(100.0%)61(98.3%)62(100.0%) 
Monday 15162161(99.3%)142(87.6%)154(95.0%) 
Tuesday 16162162(100.0%)151(93.2%)158(97.5%) 
Wednesday 17162162(100.0%)139(85.8%)160(98.7%) 
Thursday 18162158(97.5%)136(83.9%)150(92.5%)A failed train at St Helens Central, believed to be 2C13 10:31 Wigan North Western to Liverpool Lime Street, caused delays, diversions and cancellations between 10:45 and 13:00.
Friday 19162158(97.5%)136(83.9%)148(91.3%)Another failed train at St Helens Central, this time 2C05 16:31 Wigan North Western to Liverpool Lime Street, caused delays and cancellations between 17:00 and 19:00.
Saturday 20163163(100.0%)142(87.1%)159(97.5%) 
Sunday 216262(100.0%)52(83.8%)57(91.9%) 
Monday 22160160(100.0%)150(93.7%)158(98.7%) 
Tuesday 23160142(88.7%)108(67.5%)125(78.1%)Following last night's terrorist attack at Manchester Victoria there were multiple cancellations as the station remained closed all day. The closure continued until re-opening on Tuesday 30 May.
Wednesday 24153145(94.7%)132(86.2%)140(91.5%) 
Thursday 25153149(97.3%)116(75.8%)131(85.6%) 
Friday 26154152(98.7%)110(71.4%)131(85.0%) 
Saturday 27156155(99.3%)126(80.7%)146(93.5%) 
Sunday 286261(98.3%)47(75.8%)55(88.7%) 
Monday 29161159(98.7%)137(85.0%)152(94.4%) 
Tuesday 30161161(100.0%)142(88.1%)153(95.0%) 
Wednesday 31161161(100.0%)138(85.7%)154(95.6%) 

  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.