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Train Service Performance at Huyton - February 2019

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Friday 01169169(100.0%)138(81.6%)158(93.4%) 
Saturday 022424(100.0%)22(91.6%)24(100.0%)Reduced service due to strike action by the RMT.
Sunday 039391(97.8%)67(72.0%)80(86.0%) 
Monday 04168165(98.2%)123(73.2%)150(89.2%) 
Tuesday 05168168(100.0%)121(72.0%)152(90.4%) 
Wednesday 06168165(98.2%)119(70.8%)152(90.4%) 
Thursday 07168165(98.2%)123(73.2%)152(90.4%) 
Friday 08169169(100.0%)115(68.0%)136(80.4%) 
Saturday 094240(95.2%)27(64.2%)40(95.2%)Reduced service due to strike action by the RMT.
Sunday 106464(100.0%)35(54.6%)49(76.5%) 
Monday 11166156(93.9%)110(66.2%)138(83.1%)Part of a tree fell on the line at Roby station causing cancellations and delays between 13:30 and 16:30.
Tuesday 12166166(100.0%)116(69.8%)146(87.9%) 
Wednesday 13166166(100.0%)133(80.1%)157(94.5%) 
Thursday 14170168(98.8%)126(74.1%)147(86.4%)A broken down train at St Helens Junction, believed to be 9M02 06:22 Manchester Victoria to Liverpool Lime Street, caused some delays around 07:00.
Friday 15169166(98.2%)111(65.6%)146(86.3%)A broken down train between Huyton and Prescot, believed to be 1N83 19:36 Liverpool Lime Street to Blackpool North, caused delays, diversions, and cancellations between 19:30 and 22:00.
Saturday 16170169(99.4%)131(77.0%)161(94.7%) 
Sunday 176460(93.7%)31(48.4%)46(71.8%) 
Monday 18166166(100.0%)134(80.7%)154(92.7%) 
Tuesday 19166165(99.3%)133(80.1%)161(96.9%) 
Wednesday 20166158(95.1%)119(71.6%)144(86.7%) 
Thursday 21166164(98.7%)110(66.2%)137(82.5%) 
Friday 22169168(99.4%)121(71.5%)150(88.7%) 
Saturday 23170170(100.0%)128(75.2%)160(94.1%) 
Sunday 246462(96.8%)43(67.1%)52(81.2%) 
Monday 25170168(98.8%)121(71.1%)147(86.4%) 
Tuesday 26170169(99.4%)121(71.1%)144(84.7%) 
Wednesday 27170164(96.4%)128(75.2%)151(88.8%) 
Thursday 28169165(97.6%)118(69.8%)146(86.3%) 

  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.