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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

PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS (OTHER THAN COMMUTATION) OF CLASS I RAILROADS IN. THE UNITED STATES
Separated between Coach Traffic and Parlor and Sleeping Car Traffic


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08854 6402


Compiled from 81 reports representing 86 railroads
(Switching and Terminal Companies not included)
For the month of April 1958 and 1957


Statement No. M-250
April 1958


UNIV. OF FL L,



U.S. ,:ti ?\ "'-TQIY


District
aad
region


WNIVBD STATlS (TOTAL):


1958
1957


. ......e .. ..


Percent of change

XASTURI DISTRICT:


1958
1957


Oe eeo*e.*o.oeo.


Percent of change ..

POCAHONTAS E GION:

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

Percent of change ..

ASTIR DISTRICT INCL.
POCAHONTAS B1GION:

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

Percent of change

SOUOTBZ BAIONt

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

Percent of change ..

VZST DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change


AGGREGAT'S


ATvIRAGIS


Passenger revenue Number of revenue fNumber of revenue passengers evenuM per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
,, (wholg dollar s) gsengrs carried carried one mie mi_ le (cents). er road (dollars) r ..roa


In coaches


In parlor
and
M1 -ft.ft -4k_ --_-.


In coaches


In parlor
and
al1 i%&nI S lars


In coaches


In parlor
and
slal ninv.4 WI


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
in cars


In
coaches


in parlor
and sleep-
iYP P Aca


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
ic ears


__ __ _.____------.----___y ,ff --s--.ff ".---. .---n . . ..-- r r- --cars _ __-U J -4


$28,.9270873
33,319,020

13.2



15,437,968
18,068,560

14.6



784.,893
886,616

11.5




16,222,861
18,955,176

14.4



3,649,962
4,253,085

14.2


9,055,050
10,110,759

10.4


$12,455,924
16,535,543

24.7



5,746,519
7,933,481


27.6



445.717
517,739

13.9




6,192,236
8,o51,220

26.7



2,256,358
3,146,338
28.3


4,007,330
4,937,985

18.8


10,961,315
12,581,666

12.9



8,103,812
9,344,775

13.3



197,364
230,742

-14.5




8,301,176
9,575,517

13.3



580,330
700,008

17.1.


2,079,809
2,306, 341

9.8


847,264
1,169,202

27.5



419,281
595.643

29.6



59,052
74,458

20.7




478,333
670,101

28.6



150,211
213,897

29.8


218,720
285,204

23.3


1,027,559,861.
1,191,433,090

13.8



464,679,758
555,663.417

16.4



27,060,822
32,532,044

16.8




491,740,580
588,195,461

16.4



134,681,748
162,646,253

17.2


401,137,533
440 591,376

9.0


331,016,719
449.620.458

26.4



126,920,195
184,676,782


- 31.3


10,619,913
12,485,758

14.9




137,540,108
197,162,540

30.2



65,186,468
89,484,868

27.2


128,290,143
162,973,050
21..3


2.820
2.80

+ 0.



3.32
3.25
4. 2.2



2.90
2.73

+ 6.2




3.30
3.22

+ 2.5



2.71
2.61

+ 3.8



2.26
2.29

- 13


3.760
3.68

+ a.9



4.53
4.30

+ 5.3


4.20
4.15

+ 1.2




4.50o
4.29

+ 4.9



3.46
3.52

-1.7



3.12
.033

+ 3.0


$2.64
2.65

0.4



1.91
1.93
1.0



3.98
3.84

+ 3.6




1.95
1.98

1.5



6.29
6.08

+ 3.5


4.35
4.38

0.7


$14.70
14.14
+ ),.0



13.71
13.32

+ 2.9



7.55
6.95
+ 8.6




12.95
12.61

+ 2.7



15.02
14.71

+ 2.1



18.32
17.31

+ 5.8


93.7
"94.7
- 1.1



57.3
59.5

- 3.7



137.1
141.0

- 2.8




594.2
61.4

-3.6



232.1
232.3
- 0.1



192.9
191.1

+ 0.9


390.7
384.6

+ 1.6



302.7
310.0

- 2.4



179.8
167.7

* 7.2




287.5
294.2

- 2.3



434.0
418.4

+ 3.7



586.5
571.4

+ 2.6


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


I L V L V L I..................~......&I I 4


NOTI Statistics of coamutation passenger




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 four months ended with April 1958 and 1957


Mtstr;ict
reg t.on
rooB


;2 n .l,,,. :' .:,.j (T V/.,):

i9 :? .. ... ..... ......
:!.ti'97 . .... .. .. ... ......

'Percent of change ..

i. ..V :. ;"!,CT.

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

Percent f cha' e .,

POCAHONTAS REGION:

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

Percent of change ..

XASTMR DISTRICT TNCL.
POCANOTAS REGION:

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

Percent of change ..

SOUTH w BENGION

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

Percent of change ..

USV DISTRICT:

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


AGGREGATIS


AYERAGRS


Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers. revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
(vhole dollar ) ,i paRsseners carried carried one mile Mle(cents) 'per road (dollars) Per road


In coaches


$111,598,990
130,595,995

14.5



58,634,739
69,318,021

15.4



2,752,926
3,283,996

16.2




61,387,665
72,602,017

15.4



14,487,470
* 17,608,866

-.17.9


35,723,855
40,385,112
11.5


Y'n parlor
and
itl isnrii ngo na,.in


In coaches


In parlor
and
.01aammnl" P, n


In coaches


In parlor
and
st, awnfi nv #%Arm


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
4C. e awr


In
coaches


In
and
4,a,


parlor
sleep-


In
coaches


EN.M E c s1 L5--- lu. car W __ ------- _________i SH- WUmU P wa 9 i i __n__vws cars _i I CaI ____Ca Car s I K REEL U v I -


$55,634,643
72,641,220

23.4



26,591,614
35,051,630

24.1



1,771,063
2,140,961

17.3




28,362,677
37,192,591

23.7



10,300,651
13,789,728

25.3


16,971,315
21,658,901

21.6


42,551,060
49,672,910

14.3



31,217,368
36,692,824

14.9



732,897
893,269

18.0




31,950,265
37,586,093

15.0



2,371,589
2,935,201

19.2


8,229,206
9,151,616

10.1


3,742,083
5,207,122

28.1



1,887,647
2,669,805

29.3



250,067
319,365

21.7




2,137,714
2,989,170

28.5



657,560
937,936

29.9


946,809
1,280,016

26.0


3,950,455,128
4,758,-681,149
17.0



1,728,375,451
2,146,298568

19.5



99,951,83
121,153,869

17.5




1,828,327,290
2,267,452,527

19.4



540,443,066
688,949,48:

2a.6


1,581,684,772
1,802,279,13S

12.2


1,458,857,173
1,996,028,747

26.9



582,434,200
826,904,595

29.6



43,304,227
54,577,214

20.7




625,738,427
881,481,809

29.0



281,832,781
388,868,485

27.5


551,285,965
725,678,453

24.0


2.820
2.74

+ 2.9



3.39
3.23
+ 5.0



2.75
2.71

+ 1.5




3.36
3.20

+ 5.0



2.68
2.56

+ 4.7


2. z26

S02.24
4. 0.9


3.810
3.64

+ 4.7



4.57
4.24

7.8



4.09
3.92

+ 4.3




4.53
4.22

+ 7.3



3.65
3.55

+ 2.8



3.08
2.98

+ 3.4


$2.62
2.63

0.4



1.88
1.89
0.5



3.76
3.68

+ 2.2




1.92
1.93

- 0.5



6.11
S6.00

+ 1.8


4.34
4.41

- 1.6


$14.87
13.95

+ 6.6



14.09
13.13

+ 7.3



7.08
6.70

+ 5.7




13.27
12.44

+ 6.7



15.66
14.70

+ 6.5



17.92
16.92

+ 5.9


92.8
95.8

3.1



55.4
58.5

- 5.3



136.4
135.6

+ 0.6




57.2
60.3

- 5.1



227.9
234.7

- 2.9



192.2
196.9


2.4


- I - -


In parlor
and sleep-
4 I. earn


389.9
383.3

+ 1.7



308.6
309.7
- 0.4



173.2
170.9

+ 1.3




292.7
294.9

- 0.7



428.6
414.6

+ 3.4



582.3
566.9

+ 2.7


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


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NOT t Statistics of commutation passenger. traffic are