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Train Service Performance at Huyton - December 2017

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Friday 01162162(100.0%)128(79.0%)152(93.8%) 
Saturday 02163163(100.0%)104(63.8%)133(81.5%) 
Sunday 038080(100.0%)73(91.2%)78(97.5%) 
Monday 04162159(98.1%)105(64.8%)131(80.8%)Owing to a broken down train between Eccles and Manchester there were cancellations and delays between 08:00 and 11:30. I think the failure was a pantograph fault on 1H43 07:16 Liverpool Lime Street to Manchester Airport.
Tuesday 05162162(100.0%)129(79.6%)153(94.4%) 
Wednesday 06162162(100.0%)127(78.3%)157(96.9%) 
Thursday 07162155(95.6%)107(66.0%)126(77.7%)A broken down train at Broad Green caused delays and cancellations between 16:00 and 19.00.
Friday 08162159(98.1%)126(77.7%)144(88.8%) 
Saturday 09163163(100.0%)107(65.6%)146(89.5%) 
Sunday 108077(96.2%)49(61.2%)65(81.2%) 
Monday 11162158(97.5%)79(48.7%)134(82.7%) 
Tuesday 12162156(96.2%)82(50.6%)128(79.0%) 
Wednesday 13162162(100.0%)90(55.5%)138(85.1%) 
Thursday 14162162(100.0%)90(55.5%)136(83.9%) 
Friday 15163162(99.3%)94(57.6%)135(82.8%) 
Saturday 16163161(98.7%)79(48.4%)124(76.0%) 
Sunday 178078(97.5%)51(63.7%)66(82.5%) 
Monday 18160158(98.7%)79(49.3%)133(83.1%) 
Tuesday 19160152(95.0%)77(48.1%)121(75.6%)A possession over-run at Earlestown wrecked the service until 08:00.
A person struck by a train at Wigan North Western at 09:00 caused delays and a cancellation.
Wednesday 20160159(99.3%)92(57.5%)142(88.7%) 
Thursday 21160159(99.3%)94(58.7%)145(90.6%) 
Friday 22162161(99.3%)107(66.0%)151(93.2%) 
Saturday 23163163(100.0%)102(62.5%)154(94.4%) 
Sunday 242929(100.0%)13(44.8%)19(65.5%) 
Monday 2500 0 0  
Tuesday 2600 0 0  
Wednesday 276864(94.1%)47(69.1%)53(77.9%) 
Thursday 28160159(99.3%)100(62.5%)150(93.7%) 
Friday 29162155(95.6%)98(60.4%)132(81.4%) 
Saturday 30163161(98.7%)106(65.0%)147(90.1%) 
Sunday 317260(83.3%)48(66.6%)57(79.1%) 

  1. The figures are derived from information of Network Rail Infrastructure Limited licensed under this licence.
  2. Trains cancelled by planned engineering works or industrial action 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.