Annual performance

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  1. WatcherZero

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    2013/14 to 2014/15 toc performance figures published by ORR.

    Public Performance Measure (higher the better)
    National Franchised PPM 89.7% -0.2
    Franchised regional and Scotland 91.3 +0.2
    Franchised London and South East 88.9 -0.6
    Franchised Long Distance 87.4 +0.4

    Cancellations and Significant Lateness (smaller the better)
    National Franchised CaSL 2.8% -0.1
    Franchised regional and Scotland 2.2 -0.1
    Franchised London and South East 3.1 -0.0
    Franchised Long Distance 4.4 -0.5


    Notes:
    * First time a long distance operator has not been the worst performing and first time only one of bottom three is a long distance operator.
    * Southerns worst performance since Q3 2003.
    * CASL figure is a record performance for Cross Country and only fourth time they've scored below 5%, Southern recorded their 3rd worst performance and Thameslink their 2nd worst.
     

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    Q4 year on year patronage figures released.

    Timetabled train Km was up 1%, 15.4% increase at First Transpennine, 2.8% at Scotrail, 0.6% on Virgin West Coast and 8.8% on Govia Thameslink with consequent 4.7% reduction in South Eastern. Small falls at other tocs such as FGW, Chiltern and ATW.

    Passenger km annually was up 4.5% (3.4% LSE, 5.4% Regional, 5.5% Long distance, 13% non franchised). Like for like quarter there was a 4.2% rises (1.9% LSE, 6.3% for Long Distance and 6.4% for Regional). This makes the UK the third largest market for rail in Europe (62bn approx. 2/3 of France and Germany on 89 and 90bn and) and second fastest growing rail market after Austria.

    Passenger journeys were up 4.2% (and a 69.5% increase over last decade!) While LSE accounts for 70% of UK rail journeys theres some evidence its been slipping behind for the last couple of years. This quarter like for like LSE was up 2.8%, Long Distance was up 5.8% and Regional 6.1%, non franchised was 9.1%.
     
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