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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
Series Title:
Statement ;
Physical Description:
v. : ; 27-41 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher:
The Bureau
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Publication Date:
Frequency:
monthly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Railroads -- Passenger traffic -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Nov. 1956-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Compares the monthly statistics of the current year with that of the preceding year.
General Note:
"Compiled from ... reports representing ... railroads (switching and terminal companies not included)."
General Note:
Title from caption.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18539057
lccn - sn 88029189
ocm18539057
Classification:
lcc - HE2713 .Un32
ddc - 385.0973 fU56pt
System ID:
AA00017946:00051

Related Items

Preceded by:
Passenger traffic statistics (other than commutation) of class I steam railways in the United States, separated between coach traffic and parlor and sleeping car traffic

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA '
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3 1262 08854 6451

INTERSTATE COM ERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS UNIV. OF FL L18.

PASSENGER TRAJTIC STATISTICS (OTER THAN CO NATION) OF CLASS I RAUIROADS IN THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffi9 and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic

Conpiled from 6i reports representing 68 railroads CIT Y
(Switching and Termital Companies not included) .. ETO
For three months ended with September 1963 and 1962


AGGREGATES AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number OL revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger 1 ls per passenger
and (-whole dollars) passengers carried cried one mile mile (cents) per road (dollars) per road
region In parlor In parlor 1, In parlor In In parlor in In parlor 1In In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep- coahs and sleep-
sleeping cars sleeping cars sleeping car _____ ing cars i_____ ing cars Ing i.g cars


MITED STATES (TOTAL):

1963 ...............
1962 ................

Percent of change ..

ASTEN DISTRICT:

1963 ................
1962 ................

Percent of change ..

POCAHONTAS REGION:

1963 ...............
1962 ...............

Percent of change ..

EASTERN DISTRICT INCL.
POCAHONTAS REGION:

1963 ................
1962 ................

Percent of change ..

SOUTHERN REOg0N:

1963 ................
1962 ................
Percent of change ..

MSTERN DISTRICT:

1963 ................
1962 ................

Percent of change ..


$101,388,707
107,093,750

5.3



45,303,266
46,037,093

1.6



2,497,593
2,658,292

6.0




47,800,859
48,695,385

1.8



13,254,848
14,347,413

7.6


40,333,000
44,050,952

8.4


$24,103,690
31.,677,623

23.9



8,311,931
10,614,791

21.7



641,159
976,114

34.3




8,953,090
11,590,905

22.8



3,746,918
4,868,937

23.0


11,403,682
15,217,781

25.1


28,171,893
29,124,109

3.3



20,681,780
21,212,372

2.5



547,150
631,049

13.3




21,228,930
21,843,421

2.8



2,038,392
2,249,9r69

9.4


4,904,571
5,030,719

2.5


1,372,621
1,808,694

24.1



477,367
639,198

25.3



60,457
100,42f

39.8




537,824
739,620

27.3



260,533
328,124

20.6


574,264
740,950

22.5


3,569,97,186
3,945,645,925

9.5


.-"J
1,132,947,425
1,257,904,137

*>- 9.9



79' 19,615


11.7
1



1,212,007,040
1,347,510,112

10.1



51" O",t010
568,604,994

8.6


1,838,1i7,136
2,029, 30,819

-I 9.4


657,072,822
867,546,526
24.3



138,129,140
192,052,089

28.1



11,500,951
20,384,452

43.6




149,630,091
212,436,541

29.6



109,452,562
135,365,867

19.1


397,990,169
519,744,118

23.4


I I A _________________________ A ________________________ ..


2.84#
2.71

+ 4.8



4.00
3.66

+ 9.3



3.16
2.97

+ 6.4




3.94
3.61

+ 9.1



2.55
2.52

+ 1.2


2.19
2.17

+ 0.9


3.670
3.65

+ 0.5



6.02
5.53

+ 8.9



5.57
4.79

+ 16.3




5.98
5.46

+ 9.5



3.42
3.60

- 5.0


2.87
2.93

2.0


$3.60
3.68

- 2.2



2.19
2.17

+ 0.9



4.56
4.21

+ 8.3




2.25
2.23

+ 0.9



6.50
6.38

+ 1.9


8.22
8.76

6.2


$17.56
17.51


17.41
16.61

+ 4.8



10.61
9.72

+ 9.2




16.65
15.67

+ 6.3



14.38
14.84

- 3.1


19.86
20.54

3.3


126.7
135.5

- 6.5



54.8
59.3

7.6



144.5
141.9

+ 1.8




57.1
61.7

7.5



255.0
252.7


0.9


374.8
403.4

- 7.1


478.7
479.7

- 0.2



289.4
300.5

3'7


100.2
-3.0

6.3




278.2
287.2

3.1



420.1
412.5

+ 1.8


693.0
701.5

1.2


NOTE: Statistics of commutation passenger
.Excludes the returns of the Florida


traffic are published in Statement No. Q-220, Revenue Traffic
East Coast Ry., which filed no report oue to strike.


Statistics.


Statemit No. Q-250
T" -ird Quarter 1963







Page 2


INTERSTATE COM.N RCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT LSONOMICS AND STATISTICS


PASSENGER TRAWFIC STATISTICS (OTHER COMRoU
Separated between Coach Traffic.


ATION) OF CLASS I RAILROADS IN TE UNITEDAgTATE&
md Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic


Compiled from 65 '.report, representing 68 railroads .*
(Switching and Teruiri1 C.o paz ies not included)
For nine months ended with' Sep-imber 1963 and 1962

AGGREGATES AVERAGES
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger N 9ils per passenger
and (whole dollars) passengers carried carried one mile mile (cents) per road (dollars) per road
region In parlor In parlor .arlor mnparor In parlor -I In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and coaches and sleep- coaches and sleep- and sleep-
___'________ sleeping cars sleeping cars ___ .. sleeping carM _ing. cars __ ing cars ing8 cares
MITED STATES (TOTAL):
1963 ................ $271,103,387 $80,815,851 81,639,470 4,411,046 9,075,919,519 2,026,249,15. 2.990 3.99W $3.32 $18.32 11in1.2 459.4
1962 ................ 278,464,114 94,312,496 82,315,684 5,273,564 9,749,442,148 2,400,338,684 2.86 3.93 3.38 17.88 118.4 455.2
Percent of change .. 2.6 14.3 0.8 16.4 6.9 15.6 + 4.5 + 1.5 1.8 + 2.5 6.1 + 0.9

STERN DISTRICT:
1963 ................ 127,776,227 31,210,457 61,558,115 1,702,403 3,131,O51605 506,843,556 4.08 6.16 2.08 18.33 50.9 297.7
1962 ................. 126,543,502 37,091,746 61,228,460 2,123,924 3,384,532,934 656,336,414 3.74 5.65 2.07 17.46 55.3 309.0
Percent of change .. + 1.0 15.9 + 0.5 19.8 7.5 22., + 9.1 + 9.0 + 0.5 + 5.0 8.0 3.7

POCAHONTAS REGION:
1963 ................ 6,775,138 2,592,559 1,546,708 289,163 216,592,977 50,457,200 3.13 5.14 4.38 8-97 140.0 174.5
1962 ................ 7,129,520 2,959,616 1,725,696 359,935 .... 2 ,2 --6 16;150 2.97 4.57 4.13 8.22 139.2 179.8
Percent of change .. 5.0 12.4 10.4 19.7 9.8 22.0 + 5.4 + 12.5 6.1 + 9.1 + 0.6 2.9

ZISTERN DISTRICT INCL.
POCAHONTAS REGION:
1963 ................. 134,551,365 33,803,016 63,104,823 1,991,566 3,347,644,582 557,300,756 4.02 6.07 2.13 16.97 53.0 279.8
1962 ................ 133,673,022 40,051,362 62,954,156 2,483,859 3,624,768,856 721,052,564 3.69 5.55 2.12 16.12 57.6 290.3
Percent of change ... + 0.7 15.6 + 0.2 19.8 7.6 22.7 + 8.9 + 9.4 + 0.5 + 5.3 8.0 3.6
SOUTHERN RECCON:
1963 ................ 36,383,283 15,513,504 5,653,725 929,708 1,414,'5-,3 1962 ................ 36,608,153 16,264,598 5,856,500 987,947 1,430,675,564 442,212,882 2.56 3.68 6.25 16.46 244.3 447.6
Percent of change .. 0.6 4.6 3.5 5.9 1.1 3.2 + 0.4 1.6 + 3.0 + 1.4 + 2.4 + 2.9

1ISTERN DISTRICT:
1963 ................ 100,168,739 31,499,331 12,880,922 1,489,772 4,313,769,198 1,040,780,809 2.32 3.03 7.78 21.14 334.9 698.6
1962 .............. 108,182,939 37,996,536 13,505,028 1,801,758 4,693,997,728 1,237,073,238 2.30 3.07 8.01 21.09 347.6 686.6
Percent of change .. 7.4 17.1 4.6 17.3 8.1 15.9 + 0.9 1.3. 2.9 + 0,2 3.7 + 1.7


NOTE: Statistics of commutation passenger traffic are published in Statement No. Q-220, Revenue Traffic Statistics.
Excludes the returns of the Florida East Coast Ry., which filed no report due to strike.







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Statement No.-Q-20O


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