Passenger traffic statistics (other than commutation) of class I railroads in the United States, separated between coach...

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Passenger traffic statistics (other than commutation) of class I railroads in the United States, separated between coach traffic and parlor and sleeping car traffic
Physical Description:
Serial
Creator:
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher:
The Bureau ( Washington, D.C )
Publication Date:

Subjects

Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )

Record Information

Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18539057
System ID:
AA00017946:00010

Full Text
ICl


Subject to Revision /

-/-)


L-- UNIVERSITY.OF FLORIDA
IIIIIH II II Ill I l 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 11 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08854 6246 Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic

'/ Compiled from 81:. reports representing 86 railroads
,'/. /" (Switching and Terminal Companies not included)
-'' For the month of May 1958 and 1957


AGGREGATES AV ERAGE S
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Yevenuel per passenger- Revenue per passenger Milei per passenger
and (vhole dollars) nassenzers carried carried one milele mile.cents) "mer road (dollars Do. r.. r-
region In parlor In pa rlor In parlor InIn parlor In parlor In parlor
In coaches and In d In cs an In coache and an I ad p- a
anlsoihnecare slee car..l care coaches in& cars coaches ix cargo coaches
leiacrs ______ leigcrs ________ enn arI____ I. r I~ w


UNITfD STATES (TOTAL):

258 ...............
1957 ...............

Percent of change ..

EASTIEN DISTRICT:


1958
1957


Percent of change ..

POCABONTAS REGION:

1958 ...............
1957 ...............

Percent of change ..

BASTM DISTRICT INCL.
POCAHONTAS REGION:

1958 ........
1957 ...............

Percent of change .

SOUTN REUGIONI
1958
1957

Percent of chang

IST DISTRICT:

1958 ...............
1957 .......... 0...
Percent of change


$31,589,248
35,219,671

10.3



15,764,173
18,682,298

-- 165.6



830,633
867,789

4,3



16,594,,806
19,550,087

15.1



3,853,789
4,102,887

.6.1


11,14o0,653
11,566,697

3.7


$12,220,022
15,278,121

-' o0.0



5,677,356
7,768,049

26.9



438,058
503,339

--13.0



6,115,414l
8,271,388

26.1



1,575,280
1,992,120

20.9


4,529,328
5,014,613

9.7


11,368,738
12,858,071

11.6


8,139,915
9,542,525

14.7


214,853
225,333

4.7



8,354,768
9,767,858

14.5


698,124
706,870

-1.2


2,315,846
2,383,343

-2.8


785,497
1,024,177

23.3



385,927
538;914

28.4



44,570
56,981

-21.8




J0, 497
595,895

27.8


120,705
150,022

19.5


234,295
278, 260

15.8


1,123,150,712
1,2488,5671,479

10.0



461,958,726
551,470,348

-.16.2


29,405, 738
30,952,828

5.0



491,364,464
582,,423,176

-15.6



151,336,552
156,091,757

3.0


480,449,696
510,052,546


- 5.8


326,425,929
397,311, 647

17.8


124,549,184
166,847,811

25.4



9,o605,542
11,405,280

-15.8



13+4,154,726
178,253,091

24.7



49,529,261
58,784, 762.

15.7


142,741,942
160,273,794

10;


traffic are published in Statement Wo. M-220, Revenue Traffic Statistics.


Statement No. M-250
May 1958


2.81
2.82

- 0.4



3.41
3.39

+ 0.6



2.82
2.80

+0.7




3.38
3.36

+ 0.6.



2.55
2.63

-3.0


2.32
2.27

+ 2.2


3.74o
3.85

-2.9


4.56
4.66

-2.1


4.56
4.41

+ 3.4



4.56
4.64

- 1.7



3.18
3.39

- 6.2


3.17
3.13

+ 13


$2.78
2.74

+ 1.5



1.94
1.96

-. 1.0


3.87
3.85

+ 0.5




1.99
2.00

- 0.1



5.52
5.80

- 4.8


4.81
4 .85
- 0.8


$15.56
1-4.92

+ 4.3



h14.71
14.41

+ 2.1



9.83
8.83
+ 11.3




14.21
13.88

+ 2.4



13.05
13.28

- 1.7


19.33
18.02

+ 7.3


98.8
97.1

+ 1.8



56.8
57.8

- 1.7


136.9
137.4

- 0.4



58.8
59.6

- 1.3



216.8
220.8

- 1.8


207.5
214.0

- 3.0


415.6
387.9

+ 7.1



322.7
309.6

+ 4.2



215.5
200.2

+ 7.6



311.6
299.1

+ 4.2



410.3
391.8

+ 4.7


609.2
576.0

+ 5.8


I I I I I I .....1 I L I.


IlOT: Statistiec of commtation pasenger


UNIV. OF FL -I.




U.S. _





Page 2


Statement No. 1M-250


_________ AGGRGATS ATIRAGI S
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
and (whole dollarsaset er carried carried one mile .ile ( J.cents) Ler road (oljars ) .ero.road
region I In parlorI In parlor In parlor In I nrlor In parlor In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and In and sleep- and sleep- n and sleep-
,,a- ,---sleepin cares------_leecA ears _______sleepin cars coaches_ Ig cars coaches in ars coaches e,


UNIT8 D STATS (TOTAL);

1958...............
1957 ...............

Percent of change ..

hASTM DISTRICT:

1958 ...............
1957...............

Percent of change ..

POCAEOUYAS BGION:

1958 ...............
1957 ...............

Percent of change ..

XASTER DISTRICT INCL.
POCARONTAS RGION:
1958 ...............
1957...............

Percent of change ..

SOUTBImN RGIONg

1958...............
1957 ...............

Percent of change

VRSMH DISTRICT:

1958...............

1957.............Percent of change..
Percent of change ..


$143,188,239
165,815,663

13.6



74,398,913
88,000,319

15.5



3,583,559
4,151,785

13.7



77,982,472
92,152,104

-15.4


18,341,259
21, 711,749

15.5


146,864,5o8
511951,810
9.8


$67,854,665
87,919,341

22.8



32,268,970
42,819,679

24.6



2,209,121
2,644,300

16.5




34,478,091
45,463,979

24.2



11,875,931
15,781,848

24.8


21,500,643
26,673,514

19 41


53,919,798
62,530,981

13.8



39,357,283
46,235,349

14.9



947,750
1,118,602

15.3



40,305,033
47,353,951

14.9



3,069,713
3,642,071

15.7


10,545,o52
11,534,959

8.6


4,527,577
6,231,299

27.3



2,273,572
3,208,719

29.1



294,637
376,346

21.7



2,568,209
3,585,065

28.4



778,264
1,087,958

28.5


1,181,104
1,558,276

24.2


5,073,605,841
6,007,248,628

15.5


2,190,334,178
2,697,769,006

18.8



129,357,577
152,106,697

15.0



2,319,691,755
2,849,875,703

18.6



691,779,618
845,o041,240

18.1


2,062,134,468
2,312,331,685

10.8


1,785,283,103
2,393,340,394

25.4



706,983,384
993,752,406
28.9



52,909,769
65,982,494

19.8




759,893, 153
1,059,734,900
28.3



331,362,043
447,653,247

26.0


694 027,907
885,952,247
21.7


2.82#
2.76

+ 2.2



3.40
3.26

+ 4.3


2.77
2.73

+ 1.5




3.23

+4.0



2.65
2.57

+ 3.1


2.27
2 25

+ 0.9


3.80#
3.67

+ 3.5


4.56
4.31

+ 5.8


4-.18
4.Ol1

+ 4.2



4;54
4..29

+ 5.8



3.58
3.53

+ 1.4


3.10
3.01

+ 3.0


$2.66
2.65

+ 0.4


1.89
1.90

-0.5


3.78
3.71

- 1.9



1.93
1.95

1.01



5.97
5.96

+ 0.2


4.44
4.50

- 1.3


$14.99
14.11

+ 6.2



14.19
13.34

+ 6.4



7.5a
7.03

+ 6.7



13.42
12.68

+5.8



15.26
14.51

+5.2


18.20
17.12

+ 6.3


94.1
96.1

- 2.1



55.7
58.3

- 4.5



136.5
136.90

+ o.4



57.6
60.2

- 4.3



225.4
232,40

- 2.8


195.6
200.5

- 2.4


I I I I
-. 1 ~ a. 9 1 I.


394.3
384.1

+ 2.7



311.0
309.7

+ 0.4



179.6
175.3

+ 2.5



295.9
295.6

+ 0.1



425.8
411.5

+ 3.5


587.6
568.5

+ 3.4


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


Statistics.


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics

PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS (OTHER THAN COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I RAILROADS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
Compiled from 81 reports representing 86 railroads
(Switching and Terminal Companies not included)
For five months ended with May 1958 and 1957


i.


I f