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Train Service Performance at Huyton - September 2018

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Saturday 015857(98.2%)42(72.4%)52(89.6%) 
Sunday 023122(70.9%)20(64.5%)21(67.7%) 
Monday 03170164(96.4%)120(70.5%)146(85.8%) 
Tuesday 04168160(95.2%)115(68.4%)145(86.3%) 
Wednesday 05168153(91.0%)96(57.1%)132(78.5%)A signal failure at Wigan triggered delays and cancellations between 09:00 and 14:00.
Thursday 06168161(95.8%)123(73.2%)149(88.6%) 
Friday 07171145(84.7%)92(53.8%)126(73.6%) 
Saturday 085656(100.0%)51(91.0%)55(98.2%) 
Sunday 096260(96.7%)38(61.2%)50(80.6%) 
Monday 10170162(95.2%)103(60.5%)130(76.4%) 
Tuesday 11170165(97.0%)118(69.4%)139(81.7%) 
Wednesday 12170166(97.6%)122(71.7%)149(87.6%)Trespassers on the line at Whiston and Eccles caused cancellations, diversions and delays from 22:30 until the end of service.
Thursday 13170170(100.0%)125(73.5%)152(89.4%) 
Friday 14171167(97.6%)113(66.0%)149(87.1%) 
Saturday 155656(100.0%)38(67.8%)51(91.0%) 
Sunday 169274(80.4%)61(66.3%)68(73.9%) 
Monday 17170164(96.4%)119(70.0%)146(85.8%)A broken down train near Bryn, believed to be 1F05 12:01 Blackpool North to Liverpool Lime Street, caused delays and cancellations between 13:00 and 15:00.
Tuesday 18170158(92.9%)107(62.9%)139(81.7%) 
Wednesday 19170148(87.0%)81(47.6%)102(60.0%)A tree on the line near Edge Hill caused delays and cancellations from 12:00 until 15:00.
Thursday 20171162(94.7%)85(49.7%)116(67.8%) 
Friday 21171164(95.9%)80(46.7%)122(71.3%) 
Saturday 225655(98.2%)45(80.3%)51(91.0%) 
Sunday 239287(94.5%)71(77.1%)85(92.3%) 
Monday 24170168(98.8%)120(70.5%)154(90.5%) 
Tuesday 25170166(97.6%)118(69.4%)146(85.8%) 
Wednesday 26170164(96.4%)115(67.6%)143(84.1%) 
Thursday 27170167(98.2%)117(68.8%)139(81.7%) 
Friday 28171169(98.8%)122(71.3%)156(91.2%) 
Saturday 295454(100.0%)48(88.8%)52(96.2%) 
Sunday 309277(83.6%)57(61.9%)65(70.6%) 

  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.