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Train Service Performance at Huyton - January 2018

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Monday 01159159(100.0%)123(77.3%)153(96.2%) 
Tuesday 02162161(99.3%)111(68.5%)152(93.8%) 
Wednesday 03162162(100.0%)112(69.1%)155(95.6%) 
Thursday 04162162(100.0%)113(69.7%)149(91.9%) 
Friday 05162162(100.0%)115(70.9%)153(94.4%) 
Saturday 06163162(99.3%)114(69.9%)150(92.0%) 
Sunday 078356(67.4%)29(34.9%)43(51.8%)Problems with the overhead wires, specifically corrosion damage to a structure in the cutting, closed Lime Street all day.
Monday 086968(98.5%)61(88.4%)66(95.6%) 
Tuesday 09162162(100.0%)119(73.4%)158(97.5%) 
Wednesday 106868(100.0%)63(92.6%)67(98.5%) 
Thursday 11162162(100.0%)116(71.6%)153(94.4%) 
Friday 126868(100.0%)60(88.2%)65(95.5%) 
Saturday 13163131(80.3%)40(24.5%)81(49.6%)A signalling fault between Edge Hill and Lime Street just before 07:00 resulted in delays and cancellations and some trains reversing at Edge Hill. Normal running resumed about 15:30.
Sunday 148382(98.7%)67(80.7%)79(95.1%) 
Monday 15162161(99.3%)122(75.3%)152(93.8%) 
Tuesday 16162162(100.0%)115(70.9%)151(93.2%) 
Wednesday 17162162(100.0%)116(71.6%)155(95.6%) 
Thursday 18162162(100.0%)121(74.6%)145(89.5%) 
Friday 19162162(100.0%)119(73.4%)150(92.5%) 
Saturday 20163163(100.0%)124(76.0%)152(93.2%) 
Sunday 218382(98.7%)62(74.6%)77(92.7%) 
Monday 22162162(100.0%)125(77.1%)156(96.2%) 
Tuesday 23162161(99.3%)128(79.0%)156(96.2%) 
Wednesday 24162162(100.0%)119(73.4%)149(91.9%) 
Thursday 25162162(100.0%)120(74.0%)152(93.8%) 
Friday 26164163(99.3%)116(70.7%)144(87.8%) 
Saturday 27162162(100.0%)128(79.0%)153(94.4%) 
Sunday 288382(98.7%)66(79.5%)76(91.5%) 
Monday 29160157(98.1%)110(68.7%)135(84.3%)A problem on the up line near St Helens Junction resulted in delays, cancellations and diversions from 15:00 to 18:00.
Tuesday 30160160(100.0%)118(73.7%)146(91.2%) 
Wednesday 31160160(100.0%)122(76.2%)147(91.8%) 

  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.