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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 i
III lll I I III II I I Il
3 1262 08854 6147


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS

PASSENGER TRAfTFC STATISTICS (OER MAM COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I RAILROADS IN THE UNITED
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
Compiled from 80 'reports representing 85 railroads
(Switching and Terminal Companies not included)
For the month of February 1959 and 1958


UNIV. O# FL Lo.




Ut.S..!t f ONTOMY
9T I, -^ A. -


District
and
region


!BD STATES (TOTAL)-:*

1959................
1958................

Percent of change ..

BSTRN DISTRICT:

1959 ................
1958 ..................

Percent o c0ane-.._

POCAHONTaS N:





IUSTERN DIS I.NCT..
POCAHONTAS REQ

1959................
1958................

Percent of change ..

MUTHERN REGIT0N:

1959...............
1958...............
Percent of change ..

TERN DISTRICT:


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

Percent of change


AGGREGATES


AVERAGES


Passenger revenue f Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger-" Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
(whole dollars) .passengers carried carried one mile mile (cents) per road (dollars) per road
-. - -- -


In coaches


$25,160,789
25,184,522

0.1



13,053,798
13,480,827

3.2


,878
f |,242

-3.2




-13,633,676
1 i, 080,069

3.2



3,4o4,233
3,209,526

+ 6.1


8,122,880
7,894,927

+ 2.9


in parlor
and
sleeping cars



$13,725,680
13,508,295

+ 1.6



6,687,872
6,471,983

+ 3.3



398,800
408,922

2.5




7,086,672
6,880,905

+-3.0



2,584,663
2,554,915

+ 1.2


4,054, 345
4, 072,475

.04


In coaches


8,612,619
9,444,137

8.8



6,394,301
7,328,172

12.7



146,741
169,908

13.6



6,541,042
7,498,080

12.8



537,485
510,687

+ 5.2


1,534,092
1,435,370

+ 6.9


in parlor
and
sleeping cars


848,155
896,236

54



417,128
44hh7,3h9

6.8



54h,07h
60,030

9.9



471,202
507,379

7.1


151,551
154,577

2.0


225, 402
234,280

3.8


In coaches
i


856,257,285
866,637,649

1.2



352,531,404
387,751,972

9.1



19,868,492
22,510,873

11.7




372,399,896
41l0,262,845

9.2



125,860,036
116,796,254

+ 7.8


357,997,353
339,578,550

+5.4


In parlor
and
sleeping card


338,433,276
350,095,516

3.3



131,548,815
O140,196,532

6.2



9,246,884
10,580,221

12.6




o140,795,699
150,776,753

6.6



67,259,861
67,057,0o1

+ 0.3


130,377,716
132,261,722

1.h


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
ing cars


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
in g cars


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
in cars


I~ I 4 4-~4 I- -


2.940
2.91

+ 1.0



3.70
3.48

+ 6.3



2.92
2.66

+ 9.8




3.66
3.43

+6.7



2.70
2.75

-1.8


2.27
2.32

-2.2


4.060
3.86

+ 5.2



5.08
4.62

+ 10.0



4.31
3.86

+ 11.7




5.03
4.56

+ 10.3



3.84
3.81

+ 0.8


3.11
3.08

+ 1.0


$2.92
2.67

+ 9.4


2.04
1.84

+10.9



3.95
3.53

+ 11.9



2.08
1.88

+ 10.6



6.33
6.28

+ 0.8


5.29
5.50

3.8


$16.18
15.07

+ 7.4


16.03
14.47

+ 10.8



7.38
*" 6.81

^8.6
"4.4




15.04
13.56

+ 10.9



17.05
16.53

+ 3.1


17.99
17.38

+ 3.5


99.4
91.8

+ 8.3



55.1
52.,9

+ 4,2



135.4
132.5

+ 2.2




56.9
54.7

+ 4.0



234.2
228.7

+ 2.4


233.4
236.6

- 1.4


I .~ ___________________ L ______________________ I L.........................J. I I I


399.0
390.6

+ 2.2



315.4
313.4

+ 0.6



171.0
176.2

- 3.0




298.8
297.2

+0.5



443.8
433.8

+ 2.3


578 ,4
564.5

+ 2.5


NOTE: Statistics of commutation passenger traffic are
Without Alaska.


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


Statomnt No. 1-250
-February 1959








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS
PASSENGER TRA fIC STATISTICS (OTHER HAN COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I RAILROADS IN TIE UITED STATE
Separated between Coach Traffic and-Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic
Compiled from 80 reports representing 85 railroads
(Switching and Terminal Companies not included).
For two months ended with February 1959 and 1958


Statement No. M-250


AGGREGATES. AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger-' Revenue per passenger Nilgs per passenger
and (Nhole dollars) passengers carried carried one mile ., mile (cents) per road (dollars) per road
region In parlor In parlor -- In arlor n In parlor n In palor In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep- s and sleep-
_______________ ______ sleeping uars sleeping cars _________ sleeping cari ing cars _______ cars. __ 'I n.g cars
NITED STATES (OTAL) *
1959 ................ $56,734,307 $29,251,405 18,670,737 1,827,777 1,983,176,977 733,944,491 2.860 3.990 $3.04 $16.00 106.2 401.6
1958 ............... 55,741,306 29,979,979 20,263,1422 2,004,773 1,968,305,343 780,260,087 2.83 3.84 2.75 14.95 97.1 389.2
Percent of change .. + 1.8 2.4 7.9 -8.8 +0.8 -5.9 +1.1 +3.9 +10.5 +7.0 + 9.4 +3.2
ABSTEN DISTRICT:
1959 ................ 28,780,063 14,401,2,4 13,678,736 916,695 795,785i953 289,995,514 3.62 4.97 2.10 15.71 58.2 316.3
1958 .........'........ 29,265,263 14,708,651 15,463,569 1.033,108 857,146,971 322,877,118 3.41 4.56 1.89 14.24 55.4 312.5
Percent of change .. 1.7 2.1 11.5 11.3 7.2 10.2 + 6.2 + 9.0 +11.1 10.3 + 5.1 + 1.2
POCAHONTAS REGION:
1959 ................ 1,374,067 862,546 342,803 110,695 46,552,507 19,126,700 2.95 4.51 4.01 7.79 135.8 172.b
1958 ................ 1,324,583 914,937 361,776 127.892 48,413,769 22,423,068' 2.74 4.08 3.66 7.15 133.8 175.3
Percent of change.. +3.7 5.7 5.2 13.4 -3.8 14.7 + 7.7 +10.5 +9.6 +9.0 +1.5 1.4
IUSTERB DISTRICT INCL.
POCAHONTAS REGION:
1959 ................ 30,154,130 15,263,760 14,021,539 1,027,390 842,338,460 309,122,214 3.58 4.94 2.15 14.86 60.1 300.9
1958 ................ 30,589,846 15,623,588 15,825,345 1,161,000 905,560,740 345,300,186 3.38 4.52 1.93 13.46 57.2 297.4
Percent of change ... 1.4 -2.3 1.4 11.5 7.0 10.5 + 5.9 + 9.3 + 11.4 + 10.4 + 5.1 + 1.2
SOUtHERN REON:
1959 ................ 7,806,096 5,262,755 i,236,538 318,781 293,840,948 140,2240,932 2.66 3.75 6.31 16.51 237.6 439.9
1958 ................ 7;415,356 5,601,956 1,213,668 341,614 277,266,794 145,852,268 2.67 3.8L 6.::i 16.40 228.5 427.0
Percent of change.. +5.3 6.1 +1.9 6.7 + 6.0 -3.8 0.4 2.3 +3.3 +0.7 + 4.0 +3.0
WSTMRN DISTRICT:
-1959 ............... 18,774,081 8,724,890 3,412,660 481,606 846,997,569. 284,581,348 2.22 3.07 5.50 18.12 248.2 590.9
1958 ................ 17,736,104 8,754,435 3,224,129 502,159 785,477,809 289,107,633 2.26 3.03 5.50 17.43 243.6 575.7
Percent of change.. +5.9 -0.3 +5.8 4.1 + 7.8 -1.6 -1.8 + 1.3 + 4.0 + 1.9 + 2.6


NOTE: Statistics of commutation passenger traffic are
Without Alaska.


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


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