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Train Service Performance at Huyton - July 2019

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Monday 01175172(98.2%)140(80.0%)159(90.8%) 
Tuesday 02176172(97.7%)141(80.1%)161(91.4%) 
Wednesday 03179159(88.8%)106(59.2%)135(75.4%)A broken down train on the Up line at Thatto Heath, believed to have been 2F52 16:45 Liverpool Lime Street to Wigan, caused delays, cancellations and diversions between 17:00 and 20:30.
Thursday 04176172(97.7%)139(78.9%)163(92.6%) 
Friday 05175167(95.4%)120(68.5%)149(85.1%) 
Saturday 06173162(93.6%)135(78.0%)157(90.7%) 
Sunday 076464(100.0%)54(84.3%)58(90.6%) 
Monday 08171169(98.8%)138(80.7%)160(93.5%) 
Tuesday 09171156(91.2%)111(64.9%)133(77.7%) 
Wednesday 10171170(99.4%)124(72.5%)160(93.5%) 
Thursday 11170169(99.4%)142(83.5%)160(94.1%) 
Friday 12172158(91.8%)95(55.2%)118(68.6%)A points failure at Earlestown resulted in delays, cancellations and diversions between 07:30 and 10:00.
2C27 19:21 Wigan North Western to Liverpool Lime Street sat down for an hour at Garswood, causing delays, cancellations and diversions between 19:30 and 21:00.
Saturday 13174161(92.5%)110(63.2%)136(78.1%) 
Sunday 146565(100.0%)47(72.3%)61(93.8%) 
Monday 15172167(97.0%)126(73.2%)155(90.1%) 
Tuesday 16173171(98.8%)136(78.6%)159(91.9%) 
Wednesday 17172164(95.3%)118(68.6%)140(81.3%) 
Thursday 18173168(97.1%)137(79.1%)161(93.0%) 
Friday 19173173(100.0%)143(82.6%)164(94.7%) 
Saturday 20173161(93.0%)117(67.6%)144(83.2%) 
Sunday 216553(81.5%)39(60.0%)49(75.3%) 
Monday 22171169(98.8%)122(71.3%)146(85.3%) 
Tuesday 23170169(99.4%)114(67.0%)148(87.0%) 
Wednesday 24172161(93.6%)112(65.1%)133(77.3%) 
Thursday 25171169(98.8%)118(69.0%)143(83.6%) 
Friday 26172168(97.6%)121(70.3%)144(83.7%) 
Saturday 27171166(97.0%)134(78.3%)157(91.8%) 
Sunday 286565(100.0%)41(63.0%)51(78.4%) 
Monday 29171153(89.4%)103(60.2%)123(71.9%) 
Tuesday 30170162(95.2%)119(70.0%)140(82.3%) 
Wednesday 31170160(94.1%)90(52.9%)118(69.4%) 

  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.