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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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:, "PASSZN.GZR TR&FIC STATISTICS.. (OTHER .THN COMMUTATION) O CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
Compiled from 106 reports representing 115 sletam railways
(Switching and- Terminal Companies not included)

For the month of July 1951. and 1950


A~- ~.-. / I


District
S.. ... +:-and. ."
region


UNITED STATES (TOTAL):
1951 .4* *eeeeeeeop0.


Percent of change *

3LSTR N DISTRICT:
= i
1951 *** o.


Percent of'change .*

Southern District:
POCAHONTAS REGION,

1951
191.oooooooooo*Oo
1950 ,

Percent of change

SOUTHER N R3ION

1951 ****o00
1950

Percent of change

WZSTMTBN DISTRICT:

1951 .....o o
1950 .a;......

Percent of change ..


- V


AGGREGATES


AYRAOGZS


4- 9.. I v~i T ~ 'I it..
jiwu p.r pasusuger


- Passenger revenue


- 'Usber of revenue


-Niumber 01o revenue passengers
n*41R n W m4i -'"'


revenue per passenger- |evenae per passenjger
mitl ffntr), z.'*ar road ( dollars)


*1 d~l 9L 6G~ q --a r;2 J ..-1. _____________r
', UU._E_. f. t- .- .-..-I


"-In coaches


$48,332,7.747
-45,060,796


-25,570,828
-"25,066.493

+;2.0




S1,322,620
1.184,102
*+ 11.7



.6.376.044
5,563.878

+.' 14.6



15,063.255
13,246,323

+ 13.7


In parlor
S and-.' :


a1 *-i n iara.:


$25,288,889
24,564.106

+ 3.0



9,910,750
9,848.718

+ 0.6




S616.425
582.792
+ 5.6



3,183.292
2.729,266

+ 16.6



11,578,422"
11,403.330

+ 1.5


In coaches


s18,390,468
18,71i4.212

1.7


13.391,674
13,959,678

4.1


410,100
354.460

+ 15.7



1,1429351
1,456,260
1.8


3,159-343
2,943,.814

+ 7.3


in parlor
and
mitemnine d&?ar5


'1*942,542
1,820,800

+ 6.7


S823.818
S829.765

0.7


72,863
71,516

+* 1.9



315,323
262,065

+ 20.3


730,538
657,1454

+ 11.1


In coaches


1,985,445.227
1,8S51,096,516

+ 7.3



877,899,768
867,9400,933

+ 1.2



55.153.940
47,108'828

: 17.1



294.135.137
269 71l4.55

+ 9.1


758,256.382
666.871,900

+ 13.7


in ,paror
and.
1-eetDina eare-


801,933,429
785,472:299

2.1



251,7565486
250,181,783
+ 0.6




169o2,0242
17,%l7,793
3.0


102,236,427
91.828.6314

S11.3


431.038,.474
426,0o44,089

+ 1.2


In..,
coaches


in pfrior -,
and sleep-
ing cars


In
coaches


&a jparA^
and sleep-
in- cars


miles p- lpassener
ver madov


ZIn
coaches


SI4!i -- .i


2. 43#
2.i43




2.91
2.89-
+ 0.7




2.40
2.51

- 4.14


2.17
2.06


5.3


1.99
1.99


3.15#
3.13

+ 0.6



3.94
3.94





3.65
3.35

. 9.0


3.11
2.97

+ -4-.7-:



2.69
2.68

+ 0.4


$2.63
2.41

* 9.1



1.91
1.80

+ 6.1




3.23
3.34
- 3.3



4.46
3.82

* 16.8


4.77
4.50

+ 6.0


$13.02
13.49

3.5


12.03
* 11.87

+ 1.3




8.46
8.15

+ 3.8


10.10
iO. lo
10.141

3.0


15.85
17.34

8.6


108.0
98.9

+ 9.2



65.6
62.1

4-5.6



1314.5
132.9
4 1.2



205.8
185.2
S+11.1



240.0
226.5

.+ 6.0


*Lu pmwri
and sleep-
ing cars


412.8
431.4

- 4.3


305.6
301.5
+ 1.4




232.0
243.6

- 14.8



324.2
350.4
S7.5


590.0
648.0

9.0


M-220, avenuee Traffic Statistics.


NOT-:- Statistics of comutation passenger traffic are published in Statement No.,


Statement No. M-250
July 1951


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AGGER :GATB S AV3 RA0G3 S
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passer Miles per passenger
and holee dollars),. passengers carried carried, )n ihle....., mil((cents) 1 r ro (olars roa____
re*gio It parlor In parlor ina parlor pan-iV In parlor In parlor
In coaches and. In coaches ad Ian coaches ail | ad leep- iandn leep-n
1A doehas 11*#-namssloop
*1sitcr a e oho ."Leah s icoaches
,.,.._________ ___________._ ._. _____ leevian cars ____,., sleeping _ar__.... car________leeping ca_........._ag caa c co inc.nca- ach.. in cars

UNITED STATES XOTAL):
1951 .............. *263,264,238 $199,978,626 107,045,061 15,102,358 10,O64,338,765 6,137,998,085 2.470 1 5.26 2.46 $13.24 99.4 406.4
1950 .............. 2 9,432,995 167189,707 105.,865,413 12,513,398 9,660,533,884 5,1307382289 2.A8 317 2.2 6 13.36 91.3 48.2
Percent of change .. 10.0 + 19.6 4 1.1 20.7 + 10.1 + 20.2 -0.4 0.3 8.8 -0.9 8.9 -0.4
MASTBBN DISTRICT:
1951 ............... 138,410,685 82,775,752 17,9404,564 6,689,36 4,715,600,116 2,078,099,685 2.94 3.98 1.8 12.37 60.5 310.7
1950 ............... 130,582,236 75,083,986 78,598,873 6,170,156 4,445,488,272 1,902,852,951 2.9L 3.95 .66 12.17 56.6 308.4
Percent of change .. 6.0 + 10.2 0.8 4 8.4 6.1 + l.2 +0,8 7-.2 + 1.6 6.9 + 0.7
Southern District:
POCAHONTAS B1GION,
1951 ............... 7,261,264 5,538,731 2,2067,467 734.005 289,120;698 153,391,.379 2.51 3.261 3J.29 7.55 131.0 209.0
1950 .............. 6:131,499 4,053,688 1,861,834 5824036 234,711,124 114,311,975 2.61 31.5 3.29 6.96 126.1 196.4
Percent of change .. .18.4 +36.6 .18.6 + 26.1 +23.2 34.2 -3.8 1.-7 1- 84 3.9 +6.4
SOUTH=E MION,
1951 ............... 34,602,415 31,765,543 8,234,976 2.828,982 1,582,198,439 1,016,436,760 2.19 3.23 U.20 11.23 192.1 359.3
1950 .............. 60,617,327 25.059,621 7,73,5-..0 2,062,006 1,4l3,0o6,,420 813,842,971 2.17 3.8 2 9.6 12.15 182.7 394.7
Percent of change .. +13.0 : 26.8 6.5 37.2 + 12.0 +24.9 +0.9 0. 1.6 .+ 6.1 7.6 5.1 9.0
WESTERN D8IO!3~t;j
1951 ............... :82,989,874 79,898,600 18,662,054. 4,850,025 4,053,419,512 2,890,070,261 2.05 2.76 4.45 16.47 217.2 595.9
1950 ..........,.... 72,101,933: 62,993,019 17,670,146 3,699,200 3,567,328068 2,276,374,392 2.02 2. 068 17.03 201.9 615.4
Percent of ohinge .. .15.1 + 26.8 + 5.6 + 31.1 + 13.6 + 27.0 +1,5 -0.4 +9.1 -3.3 7.6 3.2


NOTI:- Statistics of com station passenger traffic are publiashod in Statement So, M-220, evenue Traffic Statisticbs.


INTERSTATE CO) CR00 COMISSION
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistic s
PASSENGER TRAVIIC STATISTICS (OTHER THAN COMMTrATION) Or CLASS I STma RAILWAYS IN TO O DIT STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
Compiled from 106 reports representing 115 steam raiWvays
(Switching and Terminal 0ompait*l* hot included)
For seven month* ended with July 1951 and 1950




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