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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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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


S6VERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08854 6121


PASSING ER TRAIC STATISTICS (OTMR 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)


UNIV. ~F ~L LII.


UNIV. F fLit

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Statemnt No. H-290
wl November 1958


For the month of November 1958 and 1957


AGGREGATES AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Niles per. passenger
and (iihole dollars) passengers carried carried one mile.. mile (cents) per road (dollars) per road
region In parlor In parlor In parlor In In parlor In In parlor n IIn parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep- ahbes and sleep-
_______________ _________ sleeping cars _________ sleeping cars sleeping car in ar ing cars ing cars

WTED STATES (UTAL):
1958 ............... $28,578,645 $12,558,705 10,142,937 815,261 992,896,466 318,046,4o01 2.884 3.950 $2.88 $15.40O 97.9 390.1
1957 ................ 2'9,546,260 13,645,505 11,271,167 895,650 1,036,483,568 3146,536,721 2.85 3.94 2.85 15.24 92.0 386.9
Percent of change .. 3.3 8.0 10.0 9.0 i.2 8.2 + 1.1 +0.3 + 1.1 +1.0 + 6.4 + 0.8
BTRN DISmTRICT:
1958 ................ 15,005,233 6,398,689 7,620,055 419,397 421,703,832 130,461,461 3.56 4.90 1.97 15.26 55.3 311.1
1957 ................ 15,933,757 6,911,98 8,661,0l46 466,,324 466,379,867 144,034,434 3.42 4.80 1.84 14H.82 53.8 308.9
Percent of change .. 5.8 7.4 12.0 10.1 9.6 9.4 + 4.1 + 2.1 + 7.1 +3.0 + 2.8 + 0.7
MCAONTAS REGION:
1958 ................ 614,216 37.0,019 164,149 43,264 22,506,056 8,478,872 2.73 4.36 3.74 8.55 137.1 196.0
1957 ................ 685,958 403,095 184,251 48,331 25,697,968 9,152,800 2.67 4.h40 3.72 8.34 139.5 189.4
Percent of change .. 10.5 8.4 10.9 10.5 .12.4 7.4 + 2.2 0.9 + 0.5 + 2.5 1.7 + 3.5
3STEN DISTRICT INCL.
POCAHONTAS REGION:
1958 ................ 15,619,449 6,768,708 7,784,204 462,661 444,209,888 138,940,333 3.52 4.87 2.01 14.63 57.1 300.3
1957 ................ 16,619,715 7,31079 8,845,297 514,655 492,077,835 153,187,234 3.38 4.78 1.88 14.21 55.6 297.7

Percent of change .. -6.0 /o^ -^Y K 12.0 10.1 9.7 9.3 + h.1 + 1.9 + 6.9 + 3.0 + 2.7 + 0.9
@BiwHM REGIN 4
1958 ................ 3,229,668 97 93,266 125,324 126,067,164 5o0,143,896 2.56 3.61 5.44 14.44 212.5 4OO.1
1957 ................ 3,325,661, I /968, 612,318 136,303 130,966,165 56,060,269 2.54 3.51 5.43 14.44 213.9 4.u.3
Percent of change .. 2.9 -8.1 / -3.1 -8.1 3.7 -10.6 +0.8 + 2.8 +0.2 -0.7 2.7
TU N DISTRICT:
1958 ................ 9,729,528 3,980,040 1,765,467 227,276 422,619,414 128,962,172 2.30 3.09 5.51 17.51 239.4 567,4
1957 ........ ........ 9,600,878 4,361,909 1,813,552 244,692 W:3,439,568 137,289,218 2.32 3.18 5.29 17.83 228.0 561.1
Percent of change .. + 1.3 8.8 2.7 7.1 + 2.2 -6.1 -0.9 -2.8 + 4.2 1.8 + 5.0 + 1.1


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


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statemnt No. U-20


PASSENGER TRAIC STATISTICS (OHER THAN COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I RAILROADS IN THE UNITE D 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 eleven months ended with November 1958 and 1957

AGGREGATES AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passener Mils"- per passenger
and (whole dollars) passengers carried carried one mile mile (cents) per road dollarse er road
region In n parlor parlor In pIn parIor in parlor nn r.In parlor.In In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and coaches and sleep- coaches and sloPp- oaeh6 s and sleep-
___________ ________ sleeping cars ____ sleeping cars _______ sleeping car i_____ ng cars ing cars ,g c care,

ME STATES (TAL)


Percent of change ..

STRN DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change

NOCAHONTAS REGION:

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

Percent of change ..

STMS DISTRICT INCL.
POCAHONTAS REGION:

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

Percent of change ,

MO5TH= RE".IOt

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

Percent of change ..

WTEN DISTRICT:

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


$352,238,948
389,054,371

9.5


173,948,562
198,402,239

12.3


8,393,116
9,564,788

12.3



182,341,678
207,967,027

12.3


43,988,217
49,190,030

10.6


125,909,053
131,897,314

4.5


$143,534,573
175,8h0,478

18.4


67,171,751
83,852,456

19.9


4,449,666
5,292,789

15.9



71,621,417
89,145,245
19.7



21,508,542
27,649,683

22.2


50,404,614
59,045,550

14.6


117,413,202
135,548,100

13.4


87,294,788
102,336,414

-14.7


2,184,025
2,546,679

-14.2



89,478,813
104,883,093
14.7



7,206,338
8,175,172

11.9


20,728,051
22,489,835

7.8


9,621,004
12,302,167

21.8


4,699,266
6,188,207

24.1



543,859
680,457

20.1



5,243,125
6,868,664

23.7


1,507,437
1,990,665

24.3


2,870,442
3,442,838

16.6


12,821,568,706
14,360,753,961

10.7


5,105,587,780
6,071,417,641

15.9


301,107,558
350,189,247

14.0



5,406,695,338
6,421,606,888

15.8


1,675,860,331
1,928,426,320

13.1


5,739,013,037
6,010,720,753

4.5


3,861,989,291
4,799,65i, 760

19.5


l,461,762,869
1,903,251,585

23.2


103,262,314
126,087,236

18.1



1,565,025,183
2,029,338,821

22.9


614,475,793
789,238,808

22.1


1,682,488,315
1,981,074,131

15.1


2.750
2.71

+ 1.5


3.41
3.27

+ 4.3


2.79
2.73

+ 2.2



3.37
3.24
+ 4.0


2.62
2.55

+ 2.7


2.19
2.19


3.720
3.66

+ 1.6


4.60
4.41L

+ 4.3


4.31
4.20

+ 2.6



4.58
4.39
+ 4.3


3.50
3.50




3.00
2.98

+0.7


$2.75
2.71
+ 1.5



1.99
1.94

+ 2.6



3.84
3.76
+ 2.1



2.04
1.98

+ 3.0


6.10
6.02

+ 1.3.


6.07
5.86

+ 3.6


$14.92
1L4.29

+ 4.4


14.29
13.55

+ 5.5


8.18
7.78

+ 5.1



13.66
12.98

+ 5.2


14.27
13.89

+ 2.7


17.56
17.15

+ 2.4


109.2
105.9

+ 3.1


58.5
59.3

-1.4


137.9
137.5

+ 0.3



60.4
61.2

- 1.3


232.6
235.9

- 1.4


276.9
267.3

+ 3.6


401.4
390.1

+ 2.9



311.1
307.6

+ 1.1


189.9
-185.3

+ 2.5



298.5
295.4

+ 1.0


407.6
396.5

+ 2.8


586,2.
575.4
+ 1.9


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1958
1957


.... S. ****IS


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