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Passenger traffic statistics (other than commutation) of class I steam railways in the United States, separated between coach traffic and parlor and sleeping car traffic
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IoIrSTATn CObOiUOR COMMISS ION
Bureau of Transport 3comomics and Statistics


Subject to revision


PASSENGO BAJ'Z C STATISTICS (OTHER THAN COMMUTATION) Of CLASS I STLEAM RALILWAYS IN, TH UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic ,,, r
Co~ied. rom109 epots rp~'sentng 18Fseamrailayi


.Compiled from 109 reports representing 118 steam railways#
(Switching and Terminal Companies not included)

for the month of July 1949 and 1948


UNIV. UFr rL iLIS.



U.S C'PO1TOffY


Statement No. M-250
July 1949


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AG GRI GATIS AVTZRAGil8
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue N umber of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- ReVenue per passenger Miles per passenger
and (whole dollar) passengers carried carried one mile ile centss) per road (dollars) per road
region In parlor In parlor Iparlor In parlor Inparlor In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and In and sleep- and slp- In Iand eep-
___________ __________sleeping care ______leeping cars ______ leeping carscoa ing care coaches in cr coaches ,

UNITED STATS (TOM) i

1949 ............. $51,978.032 $23,19,951 22.66s8.615 1,850,36 2,199,8 ,294 761,921,68 2.36# 3.o4 0$2.29 $12.53 97.0 411.7
1948 ............. 59,427,573 25,033,521 29:494,2249 2,297,132 2.627.08o,941 939,516,724 2.26 2.98 2.01 12.20 89.1 409.0
i *'*
Percent of change. 12.5 17.3 23.1 19.41 6.3 18.9 + 4.4 + 2.0 + 13.9 + 2.7 + 8.9 4 0.7

Bj81raa DISTRICT:

1949 ............. 28,025,433 9,444.403 16.711,364 902,227 10o43.99s,436 268,615,483 2.68 3.52 1.68 10.47 62.5 297.7
1948 ........... 32,735,212 11,350.626 22,434,315 1,144,802 1,326,6s4,727 341 .269,378 2.47 3.33 -,1.46 9.91 59.1 298.1

Percent of change. 14.4 16.8 25.5 21.2 21.3 21.3 + 8.5 + 5.7 + 15.1 5.7 + 5.8 0.1

Southern District:
POCAHOnTaS REGION,

1949 ............. 1,523,764 563,682 490,08o9 6s,869 62,091,252 16,524,751. 2.45 3.41 3.11 8.18 126.7 239.9
1948 ............. 1,605,713 876,675 6689,82 91,586 82,265,967 20.759,630 1.95 4.22 2.40 9.57 123.0 226.7
Percent of change. 5.1 35.7 26.7 24.8 24..5 20.4 + 25.6 19.2 + 29.6 14.5 + 3.0 5.8

SOUTHERN REGION,

1949 ............. 6,617.295 2,554,389 1,783,413 248s,208 305,1s6.378 87,119024 2.17 2.93 3.71 10.29 171.1 351.0
1948 ............. 7,812,646 2,91o,678 2,228,070 297,367 364,661,957 100,717,921 2.14 2.89 3.51 9.79 163.7 338.7
Percent of change. 15.3 12.2 20.0 16.5 16.3 13.5 1.4 + 1.4 + 5 .7 + 5.1 4.5 3.6
WESZB DISTRICT: ,

1949 ............. 15.811,54o 10.627.477 3.683.749 631,532 788,605,22 389,662,423 2.01 2.73 4.2-9 16.83 214.1 -617.0
1948 ............. 17,274,oo002 12,895,542 4,162,857 763,377 853,396,290 476,769,79$ 2.02 2.70 4.15 16.89 205.0 624.6

Percent of change. 8.5 17.6 11.5 17.3 7.6 18.3 0.5 1.1 + 3.4 0.4 + 4.4 1.2


NOT:t Statistics of commutation passenger traffic are published in Statement No.
f Excludes Missouri and Arkansas Ry. Co. Road not in operation. Also Missouri


M-220, Revenue Traffic Statistics.
Illinois By. Co. and Missouri Pacific By.-


Co.-: which filed no reports.


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AGGREGATES AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger,- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
and (whole dollarsJ passengers carried carried one mile il (centS per road. (dollars) Per road
region In parlor In parlor In parlor In In parlor In In parlor Inin parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep- coaches an le-
.._sleeping oars sleeping cars sleeping cars rin cas _ing cars iehe-aT

UMITZD STATUS (TOTAL):
1949 ............. $282.191,43 $177,923,190 131,964,326 13,974,515 11,665,412,169 5,661,834,745 2.420 3.14 $2.14 $12.73 88.4 405.2
1948 ............ 305,357,885 19044o,.473 169,702,569 16,238,725 13,801,3017,575 6,458s,968,459 2.21 2.95 1.80 11.73 81.3 397.8
Percent of change. 7.6 6.6 22.2 13.9 15.5 12.3 + 9.5 + 6.4 + 18.9 + 8.5 +.7 +1.9

E3JTERN DISTRICT:
1949 ............. 153,208,442 77,210,607 97,957,976 6,995,332 5,574,058,716 2,147,396,614 2.75 3.60 1.56 11.04 56.9 307.0
1948 ..1.......... 1646,63,316 78,910,409 129,106,565 8,260o,676 6,882,497,390 2,503,779,975 2.39 3.15 1.27 9.55 53.3 303.1
Percent of change. 6.9 2.2 214.1 15.3 19.0 14.2 + 15.1 + 14.3 + 22.8 + 15.6 + 6.8 +1.3
Southern District:
POCAHONTAS MII ON,
1949 ............. 8.614,999 4,67S,116 2,934,650 666,499 31l,166,793 136,983,984 2.53 3.42 2.4 7.02 116.3 205.5
1948 ............. 8,962,859 5,094,632 3,741,229 794,776 412,127,951 157,205,099 2.17 3.24 2.4o 6.41 110o.2 197.8
Percent of change. 3.9 8.2 21.6 16.1 17.2 12.9 + 16.6 + 5.6 + 22.5 + 9.5 5.5 + 3.9
SOUTEXB REGION,
1949 ............. s,667,267 27,o68s,248 10,346,760 2,285,934 1,750,543,485 872,645,544 2.21 3.10 3.74 11.s4 169.2 31.
1948 ............ ,2172,897 28,150,619 12,782,351 2,617,628 2,061,977,787 961,429,226 2.05 2.91 3.30 10.75 161.3 69

Percent of change. 8.3 3.8 19.1 12.7 15.1 9.8 + 7.8 + 6.5 + 13.3 + 10.1 +4.9 +3.3

WSTSN DISTRICT:
1949 ............. 81,701,135 68,966,219 20,724,94o 4 1,026,750 3,999,643,175 2,504,808,603 2.04 2.75 3.94 17.13 193.0 622.0
1948 ............. 89,618,813 78,284,813 24,072,424 4,565,645 ,4,441,704,447 2,830.,554,159 2.0 2.77 3.78 17.15 14.6 620.0
Percent of change, 8.8 11.9 13.9 -11.8 10.0 11.5 + 1.0 *0.7 + 5.9 -0.1 + 4.6 +0.3


NOT: Statistics of oeamtation passenger traffic are published in Statement No. M-220,. Revenue Traffic Statistics.


Road not in operation.- Also Missouri Illinois Ry. Co. and Missouri Pacific By. Co. which filed no reports.


INTIRSTATS C0)06=CE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport Nconomict and Statistics
PASSENGER TRAfFIG STATISTICS (OTHER THAN COMMUTATION) 0F GLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
Compiled from 109 reports representing 118 steam railways#
(Switching and Terminal Companies not included)
For seven months ended with July 1949 and 1948


Z Xxcludes Missouri and Arkansas Ry. Go.




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