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Train Service Performance at Huyton - June 2019

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Saturday 01173158(91.3%)113(65.3%)143(82.6%) 
Sunday 027167(94.3%)38(53.5%)51(71.8%) 
Monday 03176161(91.4%)123(69.8%)144(81.8%) 
Tuesday 04176170(96.5%)133(75.5%)159(90.3%) 
Wednesday 05175172(98.2%)144(82.2%)162(92.5%) 
Thursday 06175165(94.2%)123(70.2%)149(85.1%) 
Friday 07176168(95.4%)116(65.9%)144(81.8%) 
Saturday 08175164(93.7%)126(72.0%)151(86.2%) 
Sunday 096565(100.0%)58(89.2%)64(98.4%) 
Monday 10173170(98.2%)133(76.8%)158(91.3%) 
Tuesday 11175166(94.8%)136(77.7%)148(84.5%) 
Wednesday 12176172(97.7%)138(78.4%)164(93.1%) 
Thursday 13174171(98.2%)131(75.2%)156(89.6%) 
Friday 14174170(97.7%)138(79.3%)162(93.1%) 
Saturday 15174161(92.5%)123(70.6%)144(82.7%)A broken down train between Wigna and Huyton caused cancellations, delays and diversions between 20:00 and the end of service.
Sunday 166565(100.0%)56(86.1%)62(95.3%) 
Monday 17169167(98.8%)134(79.2%)162(95.8%) 
Tuesday 18171167(97.6%)127(74.2%)141(82.4%) 
Wednesday 19170168(98.8%)134(78.8%)157(92.3%) 
Thursday 20169163(96.4%)133(78.6%)150(88.7%) 
Friday 21172170(98.8%)135(78.4%)158(91.8%) 
Saturday 22174159(91.3%)105(60.3%)132(75.8%) 
Sunday 236564(98.4%)51(78.4%)57(87.6%) 
Monday 24171164(95.9%)120(70.1%)153(89.4%) 
Tuesday 25175164(93.7%)138(78.8%)157(89.7%) 
Wednesday 26175151(86.2%)113(64.5%)129(73.7%)A signal failure at Lime Street caused major disruption between 07:00 and 14:00.
Thursday 27172168(97.6%)149(86.6%)159(92.4%) 
Friday 28174165(94.8%)131(75.2%)150(86.2%)A person hit by a train between Wigan and Preston resulted in a number of cancellations on the Blackpool service, between 12:30 and 15:30.
Saturday 29175168(96.0%)119(68.0%)147(84.0%)An incident between Manchester and Eccles caused disruption between 10:30 and 14:30.
Sunday 306561(93.8%)47(72.3%)52(80.0%) 
Month46704464(95.5%)3671(78.6%)4271(91.4%) 

Notes
  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.