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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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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics


PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS OTHERE THAN COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic UF


Compiled from 111 reports representing 120 steam railways#
(Switdhing and Terminal Companies not included)
For the month of October 1949 and 1948


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Statement No. M-250
October 1949


AGGREGATES AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passer Miles per passenger
and (whole dollars) ., passengers carried carried one mile ___ mile (cents) per road (dollars) _____er road
region In- parlor In rlor In parlor In parlor In parlor I In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and n and sleep- h and sleep- n and sleep-
______________ __________sleeping care sleeping cars ______ sleeping cars coace ing cars coaches ing cars coaches cars

UNITED STATES (TOTAL);
1949 ............ $32,542,348 $21,633,330 16,329,279 1,775,284 1,366,929,051 699,588,106 2.389 3.090 $1.99 $12.19 83.7 394.1
1948 ............. 41,099,765 27,s824,309 20,536,416 2,211,290 1,717,7s4,201 899,909,985 2.39 3.09 2.00 12.58 83.6 407.0
Percent of change. 20.8 22.3 20.5 19-7 20.4 22.3 0.4 0.5 3.1 + 0.1 3.2
EASTERN DISTRICT:
1949 ............. 18,265,416 9,871,735 12,343,977 968,409 672,989,732 281,102,145 2.71 3.51 1.48 10.19 54.5 290.3
1948 ............. 22,215,618 12,433,000 15,260,639 1,135,945 829,294.429 356,618,028 2.68 3.49 1.46 10.95 54.3 313.9
Percent of change. 17.8 20.6 19.1 14.7 18.8 21.2 + 1.1 + o0.6 + 1.4 6.9 + 0.4 7.5
Southern District:
POCAHONTAS REGION,
1949 ............. 839,785 511,503 300,916 66,406 34,133,054 15,417,681 2.46 3.32 2.79 7.70 113.4 232.2
1948 ........... 1,228,387 554,391 441,6o07 88,015 49, 386,748 18,678,562 2.49 2.97 2.7 6.30 111.8 212.2
Percent of change. 31.6 7.7 31.9 24.6 -30.9 17.5 1.2 + 11.8 + 0.4 + 22.2 + 1.4 +9.4
SOUTHERN &EGION,
1949 ............. 3,968,598 2,555,781 1,157,361 224,162 181,915,622 82,170,374 2.18 3.11 3.43 11.40 157.2 366.6
1948 ............... 5,160,124 3,362,180 1,583,573 310,714 239,251,026 107,058,943 2.16 3.14 3.26 10.82 151.1 34.6
Percent of change. 23.1 24.0 26.9 27.9 24.0 23.2 + 0.9 1.0 + 5.2 + 5.4 + 4.0 + 6.4
WESTERN DISTRICT: i
1949 ............ 9,468,549 8,694,311 2,527,025 516,307 477,890,643 320,97,906 1.98 2.71 3.75 16.84 189.1 621.5
1948 ............. 12,495,636 11,474,738 3,250,597 676,616 599,847,998 417,554,452 2.08 Z.75 3.84 16.96 s184.5 617.1
Percent of change. 24.2 24.2 22.3 23.7 20.3 23.1 4.8 1.5 2.3 0.7 + 2.5 + 0.
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NOTE: Statistics of commutation passenger traffic are
# Excludes Missouri and Arkansas Ry. Co. Road not in


published in Statement No. M-220, Revenue Traffic Statistics.
Operation. The 1949 figures also exclude the Missouri Illinois Ai.R. Co. and Missouri Pacific R.R. Co. which file no reports.





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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
PASSEGER TRAYTIC STATISTICS (OTHER THAT COMI4TATION) OF CLASS I STEAM EAILVAYS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
Compiled from 111 reports representing 120 steam railways #
(Switching and. Terminal Companies not included)
7or ten months ended with October 1949 and 1948


AGGREGATES AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenae per passenger- -evenue per paassengerp
and (whole dollars) Dassengers carried carried one mimile mile (cents) per r ad -dollars per road
region In parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor -In parlor .. In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and co an[d sleep- coaches and sleep- coachand sleep-
_______ca_____ __________sleeping, g cs______eepi cars..._.....leeping cars .sn cas cars minc carr
UMTED STATES (TOTAL):
1949 ............ $409,705,894 $247,009,423 189,135,366 19,650,776 17, 143,219,081 7,947,73,4o02 2.39# 3.110 *2-17 $12.57 90.6 404.4
1948 9 ........ 459,626,779 276,447,126 241,321,198 23,260,283 20,447,414.,641l 9,3534.91,685 2.25 2.96 1.90 11.88 8.7 g27.3
Percent of change. 10.9 10.6 21.6 15.5 16.2 14.9 + 6.2 + 5.1 + 14.2 + 5.8 + 7.0 + 0.8
AST=IX DISTRICT
1949 ............. 2l9,226.241 105,920,621 138,930,845 9,765,70 S,.6.163,577 2,963,262,050 2.73 3.57 1.58 10.85 57.7
1948 ............ 244,286,708 113,773,992 180,778,912 1,573,673 9,925,219,523 3,523,585,527 2.146 3.23 1.55 9.83 54.9.4

Percent of change. 10.3 6.9 23.1 15.6 19.2 15.9 + 11.0 + 10.5 + 17.0 + 10.4 + 5.1 0.3
Southern District:
POCAHONTAS REGION,
1949 ............. 12,009,018 6,164,679 4,09o0,723 859,979 478,764,545 181a291,636 2.51 3.4o 2.94 7.17 117.3 210.8
1941 .......8 13,379,304 6,875,156 5,311,882 1,069,l42 593,666,943 216,837,260 2.25 3.17 2.52 6.43 111.8 202.8
Percent of change. 10.2 10.3 23.2 -19.6 19.4 16.4 + 11.6 + 7.3 + 16.7 + 11.5 + 4.9 + 3.9
SOUTHEIM REGION,
1949 ............. 54,209,517 34,438,483 14,577,439 2,993,248 2,119,0s,700 1,116,620,412 2.20 3.08 3.72 11.51 168.7 373.0
1948 ............. 61,137,077 37,483,228 18,256,857 3,522,300 2,945,921.,751 1,271,032,488 2.08 2.95 3.35 io.64 161.4 360.9
Percent of change. 11.3 8.1 20.2 15.0 16.5 12.1 + 5.8 + 4.4 + 11.0 + 8.2 + 4.5 + 3.4
WESTERN DI3MOCT:
1949 ............. 124,261,118 o10,485,640 31,546,359 6,031,769 6,189,172,259 3,686,399,304 2.01 2.73 3.94 16.66 196.2 611.2
194s8 ............. 14o0,823,690 118,317,750 36,973,57 7,095,168 6,982,606,424 4,323,036,410 2.02 2.74 3.81 16.68 188.9 609.3
Percent of change. 11.8 15.1 14.7 15.0 11.4 11.7 0.5 0.4 + 3.4 0.1 + 3.9 + 0.3

NOTE: Statistics of commutation passenger traffic are published in Statement No. M-220, Revenme Traffic Statistics.
# Excludes Missouri and Arkansas By. Co. Road not in operation. The 1949 figures include eight months' operations of the Missouri Illinois R.R. Co. and Missouri Pacific R.R. Co.
due to strike effective September 9, 1949.


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