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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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District
and
region


UNITED STATES (TOTAL):

1951 0..... ... ..
1950 ....

Percent of change .

EASTERN DISTRICT:

1951 ....... ...
1950 ..... .......

Percent of change

Southern District:
POCAHONTAS REGION,

1951
1950 ........ ......

Percent of chang..

SOUTHERN REGION

1951 .............. .
1951
1950.............

Percent of change..

WESTERN DISTRICT:

1951 ........ ......
1950 ....o ........

Percent of change ..


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
IIIIj1 BI I 1111 I BI D IIIII I IDDI IIDI II I
3 1262 08854 3169
INTERSTATE COIM4ERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics

iASSENGER TRAj.iC'STATISTIC.S (OTHER THAM COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN TEE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic

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

For the month of May 1951 and 1950


.,AGGREGATES


Statement No. M-250
May 1951


AVERAGES


PAssenger, revenue N umb er of re venue Number o revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
S(whole dollars) asseners carried .jcairteidone mil e ilp centst) per road (dollars) -- Per.roA -


n. .aches
J n, coaches


:$37186, 136
'l30,354, o14'

+ 22.5



-19,082,832'
S16,590,479

+ 15.0




943,323
737.102

+,28.0



4,390,823
3,536,507

+ 24.2


12,769,158
9,489,926

+34.6


In parlor
and
J a~awr41 Ia. RTa


$26,623,733
19,578,454
+ 36.0



11,445,908
8,774,984

+ 30.4




757,326
478,371

+ 58.3



4,079,089
2,557,0953
+ 59.5



10,341 ,410
7,767.146

+ 33.1


In coaches


14,773,847
14,463,426

+ 2.1



10,806,070
10,875,644

0.6




283,239
233,043

+ 21.5



1,114,270
962,799

+ 15.7


2,570,268
2,391,940

+ 7.5


In parlor
and
sleeibilnzl emrs


In coaches


In parlor
and
U1a olei n*i cars


In
coaches


In parlor
ald-slBep-
InTii c*Tar


In
coaches


In parlor
-6n-csrleep* -
*r~p ftnru


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
in -car e


4 i ZOL4. alai -!-xr Ii 1.-O---?- UM t i IOI____________AW____a_ i LL jv i


1i, 914.836
1,434,976

+ 33.4



893,165
723,322

+ 23.5




85,953
60,684

+ 41.6



349.,927
208,977

+ 67.4



585,791
441,993


32.5


1.463, 56qh`185
1,199.,388;-'290

+ 22.0



6.34,771,686
556,497k, 957

+ 14.1




38,346,704
28,687,;825

+ 33.7



197,430,281
157,9586 675

+ 25.0


593, 011, 514
456,243., 833

+ 30.0


774,033.438
582,837,753

+ 32.8



276,429,940
216,873,251

+ 27.5




19,209,648
13,278,452

+ 44.7



123,483,587
79,281,355

+ 55.8


354,910,263
273,404,695

+ 29.8


2.540
2.53

+ 0.4



3.01
2.98

+ 1.0




2.46
2.57

- 4.3



2.22
2.24

- 0.9


2.15
2.08

+ 3.4.


3.440
3.36

+ 2.4



4.14
4.05

+ 2.2




3.94
3.60

+ 9.4



3.30
3.23

+ 2.2


2.91
2.84

+ 2.5


$2.52
2.1.0
2o]0

+ 20.0



1.77
1.53

+ 15.7




3.33
3.16

+ 5-4



3.94
3.67

+ 7.4


4.97
3.97

+ 25.2


$13.90
13.64

+ 1.9



12.81
12.13

+ 5.6




8.81
7.88





11.66
12.24

4.7


17.65
17.57

+ 0.5


99.1
82.9

+ 19.5



58.7
51.2

+ 14.6




135.4
123.1


177.2
164.1

+ 8.0


230.7
190.7

+ 21.0


404..2
406.2

- 0.5



3093'
299.8

+ 3.2




223.5
218.8

+ 2.1



352.9
379.4

-7.0



605.9
618.6
- 2.1


UNIV. OF FL LIB.




U.S. DEPOAiTORY


NOTE:- Statistics of conammutation passenger traffic are published in Statement No. M-220, Reve-ue Traffic Statistics.






INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport .co6omics and Statistics

PASSN3OER TRAGIC STATISTICS (OTHER THAN COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic iahd Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic

Compiled from 106 reports representing 115 steam railways
(Switching and Termhinal Companies not included)
for five months ended wi h May 1951 and 1950
6. 1


SAGGR GA TE S AV R Av AGE S

District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number-of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- avenuee pr pas. s.ager Miles per passenger
*xA (Ihole dollars) passengers carried carried one mile mile (cents) Ierrnoaiiaollars)- -r4 -
region ,In parlor In parlor i n parlor In palr .n parlor In arlo
I'coaches and .. In coaches and In coaches and cohs nl lep- .oa.e s n eOs a
...__h_______,_ l co e sleopin. care seeing cars sleeping cars cO_ ... ..... coah cas coai cars

RITED STATES (TOTAS):

1951 ............... $169,763,186 $145,676,736 71,634.600 11,060,522 6,824,093,933 4,457,508,062 2.49# 3.270 $2.37 $3.17 95.3 1,03.0
1950 ............!.. 153,837,602 117,583,550 70,119,562 8,866,170 6,141,330,829 3,.548.899,258 2.50 3.31 2.19 13.26 87.6 400.3

Percent of change .. + 10.4 + 23.9 + 2.2 + 24.7 + 11.1 + 25.6 -.0.4 1.2 + 8.2 0.7 + 8.S +0.7
ASTBRN DISTRICT:

1951 ................ 89,665,515 60,576,151 52,216,601 4,893,869 3,048,777,284 1,521,654,593 2.94 3.98 1,72 12.38 58.4 310.9
1950 .............. 84,057,788 53,508,156 52,014,634 4,423,257 2,853,288,653 1,363,942,332 2.95 3.92 1.62 12.10 54.9 308.4

Percent of change .. +6.7 +13.2 +0.4 +10.6 +6.9 +11.6 -0.3 +1.5 +6.2 +2.3 +64 +0.8
Southern Districtt
POCAHOTAS REGION,

1951 ............... 4,611,286 4,114,313 1,434,638 570,512 183,790,082 115.049,035 2.51 3.58 3.21 7.21 128.1 201.7
1950 ............... 3,856,997 2,847,363 1.221,125 442,772 148,107,407 80,74.,380 2e60 3,52 3.16 6.43 121.3 182.5

Pezrent of ehapge 4+ -,19.-6 +44.5 +17.5 +28.9 +24.1 .42.4 s-3,5 +1.7 +1.6. +121 > .4+0

$OWMNURNGION,

1951 ...............- 22,705,820 25,008,215 5,525,841 2,-176,.845 1,035,794,315 801,025,040 2.19 3.12 4.11 11.49 187.4 368.0
1950 .............,. 20,657,442 19,946,689 5,082,219 1,.562,379 925.942,308 636,075,866 2.23 3.14 4.06 12.77 182.2 407.1

Percent of change .. 9.9 +25.4 .8.7 +39.3 +11,9 .+25.9 -1.8 -0.6 +1.2 -10.0 +2.9 -9.6

WBSTERN DISTRICT:

1951 .............. 52,780 565 55,978,057 12,457,520 3,419,296 2,555,732,252 2,019,779,394 2.07 2.77 4.24 16.37 205.2 590.7
1950 .4............ -45,265,375 41,281,342 11,801,584 2,437,762 2,213,992,461 1A4689096,680 2.04 2.81 3.84 16.93 187.6 602.2

Percent of change .. +16.6 +35.6 +5.6 +40.3 +15,4 +37.6 +1.5 -1.4 +10.4 -3.3 +9.4 -1.9


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


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