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INTERSTATE COMMaRCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport ieonomics and Statistics


PASSINGIR TRAFFIC STATISTICS (OTHIR TEA COMMUTATION) 07 CLASS I STAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNTIITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic

Compiled from 107 reports representing 116 steam railways
(Switching and Terminal Companies not inclued)

Yor the month of December 1951 and 1950


' UNIV. OF FL LIB.




U.S. DEPO ITORY


District
and
region


UNIiD STATES (TOTAL):

1951 .....,....
1950 ...............

Percent of change .

EASTERN DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change ..

Southern District:
POCAHONTAS REGION,
1951 ..............
1950 ...............

Percent of change ..

SOUTFDRN REGION,

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

Percent of change

VESTEEN DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change ..


AGGREGATES


ATeRAGES


Passenger revenue N1umber of revenue Hlumber of revenue passengers revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
(whole dollars) passengers. cearriedcrjried one mile mile (cents) per road (dollars) *per road


In coaches


In parlor
and
laaoeing cars


In coaches


In parlor
and
slae-ing cars


In coaches


In parlor
and
sleeuinr cars


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
ingm cars


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
ing cars


In
cochee


i -i 1 W4 1i a m i -- -T


$53,141,399
44,974,743

18.2



27,426,779
23,909,361

+ 14.7




1,550,924
1,331,821

+ 16.5



6,701,543
5,664,625

+ 18.3


17,462,153
14,068,936

24.1


$27,532,665
27,667,878

0.5



12,314,575
12,810,527

3.9




647,738
731,626

11.5



3,797,349
3.711,960

+ 2.3


10,773,003
10,413,765

+ 3.4


18,419,579
17,065,710

+ 7.9



13,089,432
12,149,286

+ 7.7




398,561
383,530

4 3.9



1,433,521
1,412,065

+ 1.5


3,498,065
3,120,829

+ 12.1


2,001,965
2,111,046

5.2



956,331
992,120

3.6




91,128
98,091

7.1



334,767
350,751

4.6


619,739
670,084

7.5


2,128,.932,368
1,812,358,106

+ 17.5



934, 802,903
801,70.,836

+ 16.6




62,005,338
51,962,254

1 9.3



303.109,998
265,775,261

+ 14.0


829,014,129
692,914,755

+ 19.6


826,239,627
837,814,823

1.4



299,187,372
312,099,389

4.1




18,057,859
20,884,378
13.5



125,277,708
129,111,380

3.0


383,716,688
375,719,676

+ 2.1


2.501
2.48

+ 0.8



2.93
2.98

- 1.7




2.50
2.56

- 2.3



2.21
2.13

+ 3.8


2.11
2.03

* 3.9


3.334
3.30

+ 0.9



4.12
4.10

+ 0.5




3.59
3.50

+ 2.6



3.03
2.88

+5.2


2.81
2.77

+ 1.4


$2.89
2.64

* 9.5



2.10
1.97

+ 6.6




3.89
3.47

* 12.1



4.67
4.01

+ 16,5


4.99
4.51

+ 10.6


$13.75
13.11

+ 4.9



12.88
12.91

- 0.2




7.11
7.46


11.34
10.58

+ 7.2


17.38
15.54

+ 11.8


115.6
106.2

+ 8.9



71.4
66.0

* 8.2




155.6
135.5

+ 14.8



211.4
188.2

+ 12.3


237.0
222.0

+ 6.8


In parlor
and sleep-
ing ears


412.7
396.9

+ 4.0



312.8
314.6

- 0.6




198.2
212.9

- 6.9



374.2
368.1

+ 1.7


619.2
560.7

+ 10.4


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


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Statement No. M-250
December 1951







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AGGR ATI S AVIRAG S
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue iTumber of revenue passengers RevRenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Mile. per passenger
and (hole dollars) raBM?02 a carried carried !one wmile mile t(ets.) b ar ro (dollars) r road
region In parlor In parlor In parlor In In parlor In In parlor in n parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep-
.........______ sleeping cars s sleeping cars sleeping ears ing cars ing cars en_ ears

UrITED STATES (TOTAL):
1951 ................. $482,875,40M $334,153,666 189,372,694 24,929,595 19,524,052,909 10,225,524,965 2.470 3.270 $2.55 $13.40 103.1 410.2
1950 ................. 431,017,589 303,399,644 186,398,858 22,695,417 17,442,792,411 9,338,185,094 2.47 3.25 2.31 13.37 93.6 411.5
Percent of change .... + 12.0 + 10.1 + 1.6 + 9.8 + 11.9 + 9.5 0.6 + 10.4 + 0*2 +10.1 0,3
EASTERN DISTRICTs
1951 ................. 254,283,323 141,775,980 137,619,655 11.375,135 8,670,591,248 3,540,750,378 2.93 4.00oo 1.85 12.46 63.0 311.3
1950 ................. 234,627,715 133,450,404 137,487,498 10,809,173 7.979,972,179 3,362,505,391 2.94 3.97 1.71 12.35 58.0 311.1
Percent of change .... + 8.4 + 6.2 + 0.1 + 5.2 + 8.7 + 5.3 -0.3 + 0.8 8.2 + 0.9 + 8.6 +0.1

Southern District:
POCAHONTAS REGION,
1951 ................ 13,201,043 9,045,294 3,882,685 1,177,792 523,303,655 250,658,018 2.52 3.61 3.40 7.68 134.8 212.8
1950 ................ 11,131,693 7,528,292 3,423,888 1,019,810 432,268,528 212,199,328 2.58 3.55 3.25 7.38 126.3 208.1
Percent of change ... + 18.6 +20.2 + 13.4 + 15.5 + 21.1 + 18.1 2.3 +1.7 + 4.6 + 4.1 + 6.7 +2.3

SOUTHERN REGION,

1951 ............... 61,644,124 48,245,846 14,420,756 4,377,018 2,822,377,536 1,555,742,746 2.18 3.10 4.27 11.02 195.7 355.4
1950 ................ 54,154,173 41,565,521 13,989,298 3,665,979 2,532,339,056 1,365,138,407 2.14 3.04 3.87 11.34 181.0 372.4

Percent of change ... + 13.8 + 16.1 + 3.1 + 19.4 + 11.5 + 14.0 + 1.9 + 2.0 + 10.3 2.8 + 8.1 4.6

WESTERN DISTRICT:

1951 ................ 153,746,990 135,086,546 33.449,598 7,999,650 7,507,780,470 4,878,373,823 2.05 2.77 4.60 16.89 224.5 609.8
1950 ................ 131,104,008 120,855,427 31,498,174 7,200,455 6,498,212,648 4,398,341,968 2.02 2.75 4.16 16.78 206.3 610.8
Percent of change ... + 17.3 + 11.8 + 6.2 + 11.1 + 15.5 + 10.9 + 1.5 + 0.7 + 10.6 + 0.7 + 8.8 0.2


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 (OTRR THAN COMMUTATION) F0 CLASS I STWAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
Compiled from 107 reports representing 116 steam railways
(Switching and Terminal Companies not included)

For twelve months ended with December 1951 and 1950




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