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Train Service Performance at Huyton - April 2019

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Monday 01167165(98.8%)131(78.4%)156(93.4%) 
Tuesday 02168157(93.4%)121(72.0%)142(84.5%) 
Wednesday 03168162(96.4%)126(75.0%)150(89.2%) 
Thursday 04167165(98.8%)125(74.8%)148(88.6%) 
Friday 05170167(98.2%)114(67.0%)147(86.4%) 
Saturday 06172168(97.6%)125(72.6%)147(85.4%) 
Sunday 076362(98.4%)48(76.1%)53(84.1%) 
Monday 08170167(98.2%)136(80.0%)152(89.4%) 
Tuesday 09171169(98.8%)131(76.6%)156(91.2%) 
Wednesday 10171169(98.8%)124(72.5%)148(86.5%) 
Thursday 11171169(98.8%)111(64.9%)138(80.7%) 
Friday 12169164(97.0%)129(76.3%)155(91.7%) 
Saturday 13170159(93.5%)123(72.3%)149(87.6%) 
Sunday 146356(88.8%)43(68.2%)53(84.1%) 
Monday 15169166(98.2%)126(74.5%)147(86.9%)Problems with the overhead near St Helens Junction caused delays, cancellations and diversions from 14:30.
Tuesday 16170156(91.7%)100(58.8%)128(75.2%)Damage to the overhead on the down line near Roby Junction caused delays and cancellations between 07:00 and 10:00. A fire near the track at Earlestown added to the disruption.
A trespass incident near Broad Green caused delays between 17:00 and 19:00.
Wednesday 17170166(97.6%)124(72.9%)150(88.2%) 
Thursday 18170169(99.4%)142(83.5%)158(92.9%) 
Friday 19171169(98.8%)131(76.6%)152(88.8%) 
Saturday 20151148(98.0%)124(82.1%)141(93.3%) 
Sunday 216463(98.4%)43(67.1%)56(87.5%) 
Monday 22155152(98.0%)121(78.0%)143(92.2%) 
Tuesday 23170163(95.8%)132(77.6%)153(90.0%) 
Wednesday 24170164(96.4%)124(72.9%)146(85.8%) 
Thursday 25171163(95.3%)126(73.6%)142(83.0%)A signal failure at Lime Street resulted in delays and cancellations from 13:30 and on in to the evening peak.
Friday 26172168(97.6%)126(73.2%)150(87.2%) 
Saturday 27170168(98.8%)137(80.5%)152(89.4%) 
Sunday 286354(85.7%)35(55.5%)41(65.0%) 
Monday 29170169(99.4%)136(80.0%)155(91.1%) 
Tuesday 30170170(100.0%)165(97.0%)169(99.4%) 

  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.