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ChrisB
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« Reply #165 on: June 03, 2018, 04:40:18 pm »

Interesting thought. You're suggesting that figures to an Irish reliability standard should be achieved on lines such as Gunnislake, Melksham and Newquay where service are less frequent far less frequent services?

If they all started from Pad, like those referenced started from DUB, yes. ie, many many more run out out of PAD in any hour than do out of Heuston.....
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« Reply #166 on: June 04, 2018, 09:02:15 am »

Does any one have the data for HSS Reliability for the first two 4-week periods of 2018 (covering January & Feb)? I don't have a record. It looks like HSS Reliability discounts will be due for much of the rest of 2018 at this rate.
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I have the third period - 4th to 31st March, and the whole year's averages April '17 to March '18 inclusive.  Any use?

Thanks, i have those. My guess is the period prior to that at the beginning of 2018 was little better!
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« Reply #167 on: June 04, 2018, 10:36:58 am »

Two months of figures to add to my usual graphs, and as expected the general performance dive-bomb continues over pretty much all sectors with only the Plymouth & Cornwall sector able to hold its head up high, although even there you can see signs of a slight dip over the (admittedly excellent) figures from last year.

So, in terms of season renewals HSS reliability has now gone below the trigger mark, so with punctuality already well below it the maximum 10% season ticket renewal discounts are now applying as they are with the LTV, Bristol and Wales to South Coast sectors.

HSS and LTV have seen their punctuality MAA (Moving Annual Average) drop by over 2% in the last period, with Bristol scoring even worse and dropping 3%.
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