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Train Service Performance at Huyton - September 2019

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
Sunday 016553(81.5%)41(63.0%)52(80.0%) 
Monday 02175158(90.2%)129(73.7%)150(85.7%) 
Tuesday 03176167(94.8%)130(73.8%)157(89.2%) 
Wednesday 04179170(94.9%)128(71.5%)147(82.1%)2F52 16:45 Liverpool Lime Street to Wigan North Western failed just short of Springs Branch Junction, resulting in delays and cancellations from 17:15 onwards.
Thursday 05175167(95.4%)120(68.5%)148(84.5%) 
Friday 06176161(91.4%)119(67.6%)142(80.6%) 
Saturday 07174160(91.9%)116(66.6%)141(81.0%) 
Sunday 086555(84.6%)43(66.1%)46(70.7%) 
Monday 09172165(95.9%)126(73.2%)152(88.3%) 
Tuesday 10172161(93.6%)122(70.9%)147(85.4%) 
Wednesday 11174158(90.8%)115(66.0%)133(76.4%)Engineering train 0500 St Helens Junction to Guide Bridge broke down between Parkside Junction and Astley, causing delays and cancellations from the start of service until late morning.
Thursday 12172168(97.6%)127(73.8%)156(90.6%) 
Friday 13176168(95.4%)96(54.5%)122(69.3%) 
Saturday 14174166(95.4%)120(68.9%)144(82.7%) 
Sunday 156453(82.8%)35(54.6%)44(68.7%) 
Monday 16173167(96.5%)118(68.2%)149(86.1%) 
Tuesday 17173168(97.1%)130(75.1%)152(87.8%) 
Wednesday 18173166(95.9%)112(64.7%)149(86.1%) 
Thursday 19173162(93.6%)114(65.8%)146(84.3%) 
Friday 20174170(97.7%)120(68.9%)150(86.2%) 
Saturday 21174168(96.5%)105(60.3%)146(83.9%) 
Sunday 226557(87.6%)43(66.1%)50(76.9%) 
Monday 23174163(93.6%)111(63.7%)140(80.4%) 
Tuesday 24174162(93.1%)111(63.7%)141(81.0%)A signalling problem at Earlestown caused delays 09:30 to 11:30.
Wednesday 25176163(92.6%)126(71.5%)154(87.5%) 
Thursday 26177159(89.8%)108(61.0%)140(79.0%) 
Friday 27175169(96.5%)111(63.4%)141(80.5%) 
Saturday 28173169(97.6%)123(71.0%)145(83.8%) 
Sunday 296444(68.7%)20(31.2%)27(42.1%) 
Monday 30175171(97.7%)132(75.4%)153(87.4%) 
Month46824388(93.7%)3445(73.5%)4158(88.8%) 

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.