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Train Service Performance at Huyton - May 2018

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Tuesday 01163157(96.3%)107(65.6%)146(89.5%)Train crew problems continue to cause multiple cancellations.
Wednesday 02163142(87.1%)90(55.2%)123(75.4%) 
Thursday 03163139(85.2%)96(58.8%)122(74.8%) 
Friday 04165153(92.7%)113(68.4%)136(82.4%) 
Saturday 05163163(100.0%)125(76.6%)150(92.0%) 
Sunday 068281(98.7%)54(65.8%)68(82.9%) 
Monday 07165161(97.5%)125(75.7%)153(92.7%) 
Tuesday 08166150(90.3%)91(54.8%)124(74.6%) 
Wednesday 096867(98.5%)54(79.4%)63(92.6%)Reduced service due to industrial action.
Thursday 10165141(85.4%)85(51.5%)122(73.9%) 
Friday 11165150(90.9%)86(52.1%)119(72.1%) 
Saturday 12163160(98.1%)123(75.4%)148(90.7%) 
Sunday 138282(100.0%)61(74.3%)74(90.2%) 
Monday 14165128(77.5%)93(56.3%)114(69.0%) 
Tuesday 15166145(87.3%)101(60.8%)128(77.1%) 
Wednesday 16165131(79.3%)85(51.5%)112(67.8%) 
Thursday 17165137(83.0%)103(62.4%)123(74.5%) 
Friday 18165135(81.8%)97(58.7%)123(74.5%) 
Saturday 19162155(95.6%)119(73.4%)142(87.6%) 
Sunday 209276(82.6%)36(39.1%)57(61.9%)New timetable started today, causing further disruption and cancellations.
Monday 21165140(84.8%)77(46.6%)100(60.6%) 
Tuesday 22167150(89.8%)73(43.7%)101(60.4%)A person struck by a train at Rainhill closed the line from 07:30.
No sooner had this been resolved than a points failure near Newton-le-Willows caused further disruption from 09:15.
Wednesday 23169145(85.7%)77(45.5%)102(60.3%) 
Thursday 247768(88.3%)55(71.4%)62(80.5%)Reduced service due to industrial action.
Friday 25169141(83.4%)49(28.9%)76(44.9%) 
Saturday 264948(97.9%)25(51.0%)40(81.6%)Reduced service due to industrial action.
Sunday 279567(70.5%)33(34.7%)41(43.1%) 
Monday 28168132(78.5%)67(39.8%)102(60.7%) 
Tuesday 29168102(60.7%)48(28.5%)70(41.6%)A new low, only 60% ran and less than 30% on time!
Wednesday 30168135(80.3%)64(38.0%)98(58.3%) 
Thursday 31169120(71.0%)58(34.3%)88(52.0%) 

  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.