June sees good performance maintained

Train operator c2c, which runs commuter services from London Fenchurch Street, tops the train performance league this month with 97% of services on time in June, narrowly beating Merseyrail (96.2%) and Arriva Trains Wales (95.1%).

The figures were released today in Network Rail’s regular monthly report on train performance.  During the period from 30 May to 26 June, 93% of services arrived on time.  This compares to 93.1% in same period last year.

Robin Gisby, director of operations and customer services, said: “We can never let up on delivering good train performance with more and more trains on time. Passengers tell us this is the single most important thing to them and it’s our job, working in partnership with train operators, to deliver.”

In all, 10 of the 19 operators saw their performance improve compared to the same period last year, with Virgin Trains seeing the biggest improvement. The rest saw marginal movements in performance.

P3 2010 P3 2009 % point change
Virgin 90.4% 82.3% +8.1
First Great Western 90.8% 93.9% -3.1
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