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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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08854 3151 INTERSTATE C0MBERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport-Economics and Statistics

PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS (OTHER THAN COMMUTATION) OP CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traf.ic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic

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

For the month of April 1951 and 1950


AGGREGATES AVERAGE S
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
and (whole dollars) asseners carried garried one mile Mile cents)-per road (dollars) per road
region In parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor n In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep- coaches and eep-
___________ _________ sleeping cars ________ sleeping cars-- -sleepining carsi cars_______ ing cars ______ing cars

UNITED STATES (TOTAL)-

1951 ............... $33,139,660 $26,538,817 14,426,211 1,994,698 1,337,317,704 820,115,900 2.48# 3.240 $2.30 $13.30 92.7 411.1
1950 ............... 31,963,798 22,063,609 14,790,931 1,683,600 1,280,725,072 668,891,542 2.50 3.30 2.16 13.11 86.6 397.3

Percent of change .. + 3.7 + 20.3 2.5 + 18.5 4+ 4.4 + 22.6 -0.8 1.8 + 6.5 + 1.4 7.0 + 3.5

EASTERN DISTRICTz

1951 ............... 17,920,549 11,074,156 10,739,535 891,297 612,599.,429 279,926,864 2.93 3.96 1.67 12.42 57.0 314.1
1950 ............... 17,848,626 10,045,159 11,064,535 846,809 614,783,049 260,109,337 2.90 3.86 1.61 11.86 55.6 307.2
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Percent of change .. + 0.4 + 10.2 2.9 + 5.3 1- 0.4 7.6 + 1.0 + 2.6 + 3.7 + 4.7 + 2.5 2.2

Southern Districti
POCAHONTAS REGION,

1951 ............,.. 931,917 684,272 275,604 97,913 36,708,849 19,733,638 2.54 3.47 3.38 6.99 133.2 201.5
1950 ..,..........., 802,333 582,429 259,117 85,971 31,551,648 16,543,569 2.54 3.52 3.10 6.77 121.8 192.4

Percent of change .. + 16.2 + 17.5 + 6.4 + 13.9 16.3 + 19.3 1.4 + 9.0 + 3.2 + 9.4 4.7

SOUTHERN REGION,

1951 .............. 4,367,113 4,528,124 1,065,169 398,647 200,468,864 147,113,675 2.18 3.08 4.10 11.36 188.2 369.0
1950 ...*........... 4,143,531 3,752,584 1,049,507 300,398 186,045,283 120,731,637 2.23 3.11 3.95 12.49 177.3 41.9

Percent of change .o + 5.4 + 20.7 + 1.5 + 32.7 + 7.8 + 21.9 2.2' 1.0 + 3.8 9.0 6.1 8.2

VEASTB;RN DISTRICT:

1951 ................ 9,920,081 10,252,265 2,345,903 606,841 487,54,0.562 373,341,723 2.03 2.75 4.23 16.89 207.8 615.2
1950 ....9....... 9,169,308 7,683,437 2,417,772 450,422 448,345,092 271,506,999 2.05 2.83 3.79 17.06 185.4 602.8

Percent of change .. @ 8.2 + 33.4 3.0 + 34.7 +8.7 + 37.5 1.0 9 2.8 + 11.6 1.0 + 12.1 2.1


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


Statement No. M-250
April 1951


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AGGRI GATIZS AVIRAGiS
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue lNumber of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
and -- (IL4oldolas)^ --passeners carriepj,_ .... carried one mil mil (cets) r r dollars ) road. __
region In parlor In parlor In parlor in In parlor In parlor InIparlor
In coaches and In coaches and. In coaches and and sleep- and sleep
--------- _____sleeping carssleeing cars______n -sleeping cars coaches g cars ache and sleep- and coaches sleep-
___60____h___ cas mteas coaches acr

UNITED STATES (TOTAL):
1951 .............. $132,579,051 $119,053,003 56,860,753 9,145,686 5,360,559,748 3,683,474,624. 2.470 3.230 $2.33 $13.02 94.3 402.8
1950 ............... 123,444,485 97,984,791 55,656,136 7,431,194 4,941,942,539 2,966,061,505 2.50 3.30 2.22 13.19 88.8 399.1

Percent of change#. + 7.4 + 21.5 + 2.2 + 23.1 + 8.5 + 24.2 1.2 2.1 + 5.0 1.3 + 6.2 0.9

XAST RN DISTRICT:
1951 ............... 70,582v683 49, 130,244 41,410,531 4,000,704 2,414,005,598 1,245,224,653 2.92 3.95 1.70 12.28 58.3 311.3
1950 ............. .. 67,467,309 44,733,172 41,138,990 3,699,935 2,296,790,696 1,147,069,081 2.94 3.90 1.64 12.09 55.8 310.0
Percent of change .. + 4.6 + 9.8 + 0.7 + 8.1 .+ 5.1 + 8.6 -0.7 + 1.3 0+ 3.7 + 1.6 + 4.5 + 0.4

Southern District:
POCAHONTAS MiGION,
1951 ............... 3,667,963 3,356,987 1,151,399 484,559 145,443,378 95,839,387 2.52 3.50 3.19 6.93 126.3 197o8
1950 ............... 3,080,037 2,348,687 988,082 382,088 119,419,582 67,505,928 2.58 3.48 3.12 6.15 120.9 176.7

Percent of change .. + 19.1 + 42.9 + 16.5 + 26.8 21.8 + 42.0 2.3 + 0.6 + 2.2 + 12.7 + 4.5 11.9

SOUTKER REGION,
1951 ............... 18,314,997 20,929,126 4.411,571 1,826,918 838,364,034 677,541,453 2.18 3.09 4.15 11.46 190.0 370.9
1950 ................ 17,120,975 17,388,736 4,119,420 1,353,402 767,983,633 556,794,511 2.23 3.12 4.16 12.85 186.4 41-1.4
Percent of change .. + 7.0 + 20.4 + 7.1 + 35.0 + 9.2 + 21.7 2.2 1.0 0.2 10.8 + 1.9 9.8

WUSTB DISTRICT t
1951 .............. 40,013,408 45,636,646 9,887,252 2,833,505 1,962,746,738 1,664,869,131 2.04 2,74 4.05 16.11 198.5 587.6
1950 ............... 35,776,164 33,514,196 9.409,644 1,995,769 1,757,748,628 1,194,691,985 2.04 2.81 3.80 16.79 186.8 598.6

Percent of change .. + 11.8 + 36.2 + 5.1 + 42.0 + 11.7 + 39.4 2.5 + 6.6 4.1 + 6.3 1.8

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


INTERSTATE COMMeCx COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport Sconomlcs and Statlstlcs
PASSENGER TRAFFC STATISTICS (OTHMR THAN COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coacb Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic

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

lor four months ended with April 1951 and 1950




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