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Bureau of Transpo't Economics and Statistics

PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS (OTHER THAN CNMUTATION) 07 CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES


'^- Separated between Coach Traffic end Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
F /F VCompiled from 106 reports representing 115 steam railways
f(Switching and Terminal Companies not Included)
( "2O0 o t u J 19
UI. F r'50S or the mnth of June 1950 and 1949


Statement No. M-250
June 1950


SUNIV. OF FL LIB.



U.S. DEPOS1TORY


___A___EGAE ..____R G A T 3 S__, AV_______ AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
and. h..o_4( le dollars) passengers carried carried one le m mile (cents) er rad dollars) e roa
region In parlor In parlor In pIn parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In, coaches and ch ...and sleep- coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep-
______sleeR--i_ carse,,sl casar carigI carscreasleeving cars ig care _O_ c...nar______ cars
UNITED STATES (TOTAL)S
1950 ..........,.. $40,358,231 $25,012,900 16,702,286 1,826,719 1,661,381,170 773,011,772 2.42# 3.240 $2.42 $13.69 99.7 423.2
194.9 ............ 45,764,535 24,987,888 20,148,511 1,908,310 1,896,057,371 786,387,194 2.41 3.18 2.27 13.09 94.1 412.1
Percent of change -11.8 + 0.1 17.1 4.3 -12.2 1.7 + 0.4 + 1.9 + 6.6 + 4.6 + 6.0 + 2.7
FASTER N DISTRICT:
1950 ............. 21,343,497 11,727,113 12,293,659 917,134 722,067,790 288,728,836 2.96 4.06 1.74 12.79 58.7 314.8
1949 ............. 23,286,443 10,970,915 14,669,677 961.,463 830,333,202 294,976,599 2.80 3.72 1.59 11.41 56.6 306.8
Percent of change 8.3 + 6.9 16.2 -4.6 13.0 2.1 + 5.7 + 9.1 + 9.4 + 12.1 + 3.7 +2.6
Southern District:
POCAHONTAS RMGION,
1950 ............. 1,026,362 596.448 287,798 68,039 39,500,416 16,110,842 2.60 3.70 3.57 8.77 137.3 236.8
1949 ............. 1,289,030 574,301 414,747 71,082 51,099,682 17,158,681 2.52 3.35 3.11 8.08 123.2 241.4
Percent of change 20.4 + 3.9 30.6 4.3 22.7 6.1 + 3.2 + 10.4 + 14.8 + 8.5 + 11.4 1.9
SOUTHERN REGION,
1950 ............. 4,398,137 2,381,000 1,196,081' 237,562 2?17,349,257 85,938,471 2.02 2.77 3.68 10.02 181.7 361.8
1949 ............. 5,518,445 2,630,645 1,474,969 244,263 246,727,694 84,821,733 2.24 3.10 3.74 10.77 167.3 347.3
Percent of change 20.3 9.5 18.9 2.7 11.9 + 1.3 9.8 -10.6 -1.6 -7.0 +8.6 +4.2
WESTERN DISTRICT:
1950 ............. 13,590,235 10,308,339 2,924,748 603,984 686,463,707 382,233,623 1.98 2.70 4.65 17.07 234.7 632.9
1949 ............. 15,670,617 10,812,027 3,589,118 631,502 767,896,793 389,430,181 2.04 2.78 4.37 17.12 214.0 616,7
Percent of change 13.3 4.7 18.5 4.4 10.6 1.8 2.9 2.9 + 6.4 0.3 + 9.7 + 2.6


NOTE: Statistics of commutation passenger traffic are published in Statement No. M-220, Revenue Traffic Statistics.





INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics

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

Compiled from 106 reportsrrepresenting 115 steam railways
(Switching and Terminal Companies not included)

For six months ended with June 1950 and 1949


AGGREGATES AVERAGE S
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Numberiof revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
and (whole dollars) passeng ers carried carried one mile mile (cents) per road (dollars) p..e road
region In parlor In parlor In'parlor In parlor In parlor nIn parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and Inco and slee- In coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep-
.............-- cosches t In coache'ca coaches sl
________ _'...____..... sleeping cars ______sleeping cars. sleeping cars cahin g cars ______ in cars In cars

UNITED STATES (TOTAL):

1950 ............. $194,200,134 $142,670,121 86,852,754 10,706,619 7,810,194,046 4,323,996,470 2.490 3.300 $2.24 $13.33 89.9 403.9
1949 ............. 233,889,977 156,815,936 110,583,883 12,324,204 9,670,672,945 4,986,866,898 2.42 3.14 2.12 12.72 87.5 404.6

Percent of change 17.0 9.0 21.5 13.1 19.2 13.3 + 2.9 + 5.1 + 5.7 4.8 + 2.8 0.2

EASTERN DISTRICT:

1950 ............. 105,401,284 65,235,269 64,308,293 5,340,391 3,575,356,443 1,652,671,168 2.95 3.95 1.64 12.22 55.6 309.5
1949 ............. 125,184,328 67,766,204 81,252,253 6,093,145 4,530,128,600 1,878,781,131 2.76 3.61 1.54 11.12 55.8 308.3

Percent of change 15.8 3.7 20.9 12.4 21.1 12.0 + 6.9 + 9.4 + 6.5 + 9.9 0.4 + 0.4

Southern District:
POCAHONTAS REGION,

1950 ............. 4,939,763 3,465,407 1,508,923 510,811 187,607,823 96,895,222 2.63 3.58 3.27 6.78 124.3 189.7
1949 ............. 6,988,116 4,068,849 2,442,017 597,015' 279,066,461 120,457,036 2.50 3.38 2.86 6.82 114.3 201.8

Percent of change 29.3 14.8 38.2 14.4 32.8 19.6 + 5.2 + 5.9 + 14.3 0.6 + 8.7 6.0
SOUTHERN REGION,
1950 ............. 25,072,099 22,311,141 6,278,300 1,799,941 1,143,291,564 722,014,337 2.19 3.09 3.99 12.40 182.1 401.1
1949 ...................32,049,972 24,513,859 8,563,347 2,037,726 1,445,357,107 785,526,520 2.22 3.12 3.74 12.03 168.8 385.5

Percent of change 21.8 9.0 26.7 11.7 20.9 8.1 1.4 1.0 + 6.7 + 3.1 + 7.9 + 4.0

WESTERN DISTRICT:

1950 ............. 58,786,988 51,658,304 14,757,238 3,055,476 2,903,938,216 1,852,415,743 2.02 2.79 3.98 16.91 196.8 606.3
1949 ............ 69,667,561 60,467,024 18,326,266 3,596,318 3,416,120,777 2,202,102,211 2.04 2.75 3.80 16.81 186.4 612.3

Percent of change 15.6 14.6 19.5 15.0 15.0 15.9 1.0 + 1.5 + 4.7 + 0.6 + 5.6 1.0


NOTE: Statistics of commutation passenger traffic are published in Statement No. M-220, Revenue Traffic Statistics.


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