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Passenger traffic statistics (other than commutation) of class I railroads in the United States, separated between coach traffic and parlor and sleeping car traffic
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

II I 1 62 08854 6386ill I 1111111
3 1262 08854 6386


Statement No. M-250
July 1958


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 the month of July 1958 and 1957


UNI V. Of FL I.


AGGREGATIS


AVZRAGeS


Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger MNiles per passenger
whole dollars) asseners carried carried. one mile Wma.r (cents) -er road dollarss Do;e road
-- -dolr asep o ar -. I- 0 11--


In coaches


In parlor
and


In coaches


In parlor
and
alaalr &-arm


In
coachesI


In parlor
and sleep-
4ilo carsa


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
in&c are


In
coaches


__!_sleepingears_____________ Mrs___-___sleepingcars i i luxuaJ5 4 1 I ..... .3-t. ...


UNITED STATES (TOTAL):

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

Percent of change ..

FASTZH DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change ..

POCABOITAS RGION:

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

Percent of change ..

NUTA DISTRICT INCL.
POCAMONTAS KGION:

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

Percent of change ..

SOMM N REGIONS

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

Percent of change ..

Usam DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change ..


$42,859,599
46,105,379
7.0



19,148,235
21,854,337

12.4



974,371
1,164,009

16.3




20,122,606
23,018,346

12.6



5,272,022
5,847,494

9.8


17,464, 971
17,239,539

+ 1.3


$12,895,242
15,513,316

16.9



5,372,322
6,504,713

17.4



331,353
409,170

19.0




5,703,675
6,913,883

17.5



1,562,143
2,071,,443

24.6


5,629,424
6,527,990

13.8


12,208,800
Ai4,357,222

15.o



8,670,661
10,520.584

17.6



253,097
297,752

15.0




8,923,758
10,818,436

17.5



805,800
916,834

12.1


2,479,242
2,621,952

5.4


891,899
1,084,117

17.7



390,494
490, 217

20.3



38,580
47,548

18.9




429,074
537,765

20.2



129,843
163,115

20.4


332,982
383,237

13.1


1,649,283,818
1,788,168,770
7.8


572,066,026
682,782,356

16.2



35,6814,820
40,173,659

11.2




607,750,846
722,956,015

15.9



202,332,385
233,189,781

13.2


839,200,587
832,022,974

+ 0.9


372,329,552
440,967,404

15.6



120,892,917
147,376,747

18.0



7,513,254
9,055,165

17.0




128,406,171
156,431,912

17.9



48,153,442
59,935,789

19.7


195,769,939
224,599,703

12.8


2.60o
2.58

+ 0.8



3.35
3.20

+ 4.7



2.73
2.90

- 5.9




3.31
3.18

+ 4.1



2.61
2.51

+ 4.0


2.08
2.07

+ 0.5


3.46o
3.52

- 1.7



4.44
4.41

+ 0.7



4.41
4.52

- 2.4




4.44
4.42

+ 0.5



3.2-4
3.46

- 6.4


2.88
2.91

- 1.0


1 L I I ~


$3.51
3.21

+ 9.3



2.21
2.08

+ 6.3



3.85
3.91

- 1.5




2.25
2.13

+ 5.6



6.54
6.38

+ 2.5


7-04
6.58

+ 7.0


$14.46
14.31

+ 1.0



13.76
13.27

+ 3.7



8.59
8.61

0.2




13.29
12.86

+ 3.3



12.03
12.70

5.3


16.91
17.03
0.7


135.1
124.5

+ 8.5



66.0
64.9

+ 1.7



1141.0
134.9

+ 14.5




68.1
66.8

+ 1.9



251.1
254.3

- 1.3


338.5
317.3

+ 6.7


In parlor
and sleep-
in eare


417.5
406.8

+ 2.6



309.6
300.6

+ 3.'0



194.7
190.4

+ 2.3




299.3
290.9

+ 2.9



370.9
367.4

+ 1.0


587.9
586.1

+ 0.3


traffic are published in Statement No. M-220, Revenue I Traffic Statistics.


District
and
region


In coaches


In parlor
and
01 .n*4 vAJ me ^


NOgt Statistics of commutation passenger


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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 seven months ended with July 1958 and 1957


AGGR EGATIS AVT RAGE S
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
ad W121ie -ollars) asecersr carried.- -- carried one mile. mile (cents) mper Toa (dollar ) ..M 1ro.r
region In parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and In and sleep- In and sleep- in and sleep-
a----- sleet-ing--fars s_______leeuIn cars sleeping car coaches _i cars coaches In gcars coaches i cars


MIITAD STATES (TOTAL):

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

Percent of change ..

]USTWR DISTRICT:

1958 ...............
1957 .......*.......

Percent of change ..

POCAONTAS RIGION:

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

Percent of change ..

aST=IN DISTRICT INCL.
POCABOTIAS MWI :

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

Percent of change

8SOH REGION&

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

Percent of change ..

USTE DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change ,.


$224,000,061
253,217,591

11.5



110,710,253
129,404,696

14.4



5,454,551
6,372,463

L4.4



116,164,804
135,777,159

14.4



28,467,349
32,730,534

13.0


79,367,908
84,709,898

6.3


$94,427,593
120,119,837

21.4



43,822,546
57,118,870

23.3


2,989,956
3,578,470

16.4



46,812,502
60,697,340

22.9



15,266,669
20,158,357

24.3


32,348,422
39,264,140

17.6


75,366,318
88,034,578

14.4



56,285,117
66,449,300

15.3



1,426,272
1,684,123

15.3



57,711,389
68,133,423

15.3



4,626,461
5,392,920
14..2


13,028,468
14,508,235

10.2


6,324,914
3,467,561

25.3



3,090,902
4,258,162

27.4



379,340
479,859

20.9




3,470,242
4,738,021

26.8



1,035,914
1,431,554

27.6


1,818,758
2,297,986

20.9


8,121,444,416
9,349,808,378

13.1



3,264,632,769
3,981,802,272

18.0


196,858,476
229,908,737

14.4




3,461,491,245
4,211,711,009

17.8



1,077,267,952
1,280,397,475

15.9


3,582,685,219
3,857,699,894

.- 7.1


2,531,336,896
3,291,423,361

-23.1



961,460,653
1,314,623,085

-.26.9


70,189,690
86,094,388

18.5



1,031,650,343
1,400,717,473

26.3



430,002,879
572,679,971
24.9


1,069,683,674
1,318,025,917

18.8


2.760
2.71

+ 1.8



3.39
3.25

+ 4.3


2.77
2.77





3.36
3.22

+ 4.3



2.64
2.56
+ 3.1


2.22
2.20

+ 0.9


3.730
3.65

+ 2.2



4.56
4.34

+ 5.1



4.26
4.16

+ 2.4




4.54
4.33

+ 4.8



3.55
3.52
+ 0.9


3.02
2.98

+ 1.3


$2.97
2.88

+ 3.1



1.97
1.95

+ 1.0


3.82
3.78

+ 1.1



2.01
1.99

+ 1.0



6.15
6.07

+ 1.3


6.09
5.84

+ 4.3


__________________ I. L I. I I I I


traffic are published in Statement No. M-220, Revenue Traffic Statistics.


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$14.93
14.19

+ 5.2



14.18
13-41

+ 5.7


7.88
7.46

+ 5.6



13.49
12.81

+ 5.3



14.74
14.08
+ 4.7


17.79
17.09

+ 4.1


107.
106.2

+ 1.5



58.0
59.9

- 3.2


138.0
136.5

+ 1.1



60.0
61.8

- 2.9



232.8
237.4
- 1.9


275.0
265.9

+ 3.4


400.2
388.7

+ 3.0



311.1
308.7

+ 0.8


185.0
179.4

+ 3.1



297.3
295.6

+ 0.6



415.1
400.0
+ 3.8


588.1
573.6

+ 2.5


NOTS: Statistics of commutation passenger