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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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District
and
region


UNITBD STATES (TOTAL):

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

Percent of change ..

IASTOIRN DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change ..

POCAHONTAS REGION:

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

Percent of change ..

SSTlRJ DISTRICT INCL.
POCAHONTAS RGIOf:

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

Percent of change ..

swm nTW"RNIONS

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

USTX DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change ..


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AGGREGATES


Statement No. M-250


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 September.1958 and 1957


eptember 1958


ATZRAGZS


Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers Revenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
dfo l pars)--assener carried --- ____ carried one mile _____ mile (cents) ____ per road (doUaras )_____ pe road. ___


In coaches


in parlor
and
Ifal eBv nff ca1rA


SIn coaches


In parlor
and
salAAinx cars


In coaches


In parlor
and
uaAlnlmfin cars


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
4in& naa


In
coaches


In parlor
and sleep-
4in& t.ar


Q&P "" omwE o4 4.KVmx I.uu;nKCrs3-gm s .z as i.umcr


$30,042,512
32,894,473

8.7



14,681,836
16,746,817

-12.3



634,873
762,373

16.7




15,316,709
17,509,190

12.5



3,68641461
4,021,167

8.3



11,039,342
11,364,116

2.9


$11,417,322
13,640,716

16.3



5,521,762
6,635,132

16.8



317,437
443,007

28.3




5,839,199
7,078,139

17.5



1,388,898
1,801,977

22.9


4,189,225
4,760,600

12.0


9,910,393
11,549,2 40

14.2



7,416,512
8,891,753

16.6



168,037
205,163

18.1.




7,584,549
9,096,916

16.6



599,782
6143,022

6.7


1,726,062
1,809,302

4.6


Y56,334
929,079

- 18.6



379,016
482,994

- 21.5



36,276
50,129

- 27.6




415,292
533,123

- 22.1



101,471
128, 14

- 20.8


239,571
267,812

- 10.5


1,090,148,240
1,210,958,388

10.0



420,249,481
504,939,314

16.8



22,578,307
27,272,200

17.2




1442,827,788
532,211,514

16.8


141,172,620
S781,858

10.0


506,14
521,96


47,832
55,016

- 3.0


309,112,680
370,193,124

16.5



119,128j916
150,313,641

20.8



7,539,858
10,364,589

27.3




126,668,774
160,678,230

21.2



40,898,666
49,505,594

17.4



141,545,240
160,009,300


- 11.5


- n 5 1 i. 1.


2.760
2.72

+ 1.5



3.-49
3.32

+5.1



2.81
2.80

+ 0.4




3.46
3.29

+5.2



2.61
2.56

+ 2.0



2.18
2.18


3.690
3.68

+ 0.Q.5



4.64
4.41

+5.2



4.21
4.27

- 1.4




4.61
4.41

+ 4.5



3.40
3.64

- 6.6


2.96
2.98

-0.7


$3.03
2.85

+ 6.3



1.98
1.88

+ 5.3



3.78
3.72

+ 1.6




2.02
1.92

+5.2



6.15
6.25

- 1.6


6.40
6.28

+ 1.9


$15.o10
14.68

+ 2.9



14.57
13.74

+ 6.0



8.75
8.84

1.0




14.06
13.28

+5.9



13.69
14.06

2.6


17. 49
17.78

- 1.6


In
coaches


110.0
104.9

+ 4.9



56.7
56.8

0.2



134.4
132.9

+ 1.1




58.14
58.5

- 0.2



235.4
243.8

-3.4


293.2
288.5

+ 1.6


-t I 1- 1


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


In
and
4 no


parlor
sleep-


408.7
398.5

+ 2.6



314.3
311.2

+ 1.0



207.8
206.8

+ 0.5




305.0
301.4

+ 1.2



403.1
386.3

+ 4.3


590.8
597.5

- 1.1


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AGGRE GAT'S ATIRAG S
District Passenger revenue Number of revenue Number of revenue passengers evenue per passenger- Revenue per passenger Miles per passenger
and (whole dollars) pases erg carried carried one Mile mile (cents) mar roai (dollar) mer road
region n parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor In parlor
In coaches and In coaches and In coaches and and sleep- I and sleep- and sleep-
_coahesslars__Bleesn ears snleoeis car lp oachs u_ g ar coaches In ar coasheie n ears


WITAD STATES (TOTAL):

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

Percent of change ..

IASTB DISTRICT:
1958............
1957 ..............

Percent of change ..

POCAHONTAS BGION:

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

percent of change ..

XASTJIN DISTRICT INCL.
POCABONTAS UGI1ON:
1958 ...............
1957 ...............

Percent of change ..

SOUTZ N REGIONS
1958 ...............
1957 ...............

Percent of change ..

VSSIS DISTRICT:

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

Percent of change ..


$296,103,235
331,329,136
10.6


I44, 533,718
167,541,085

13.7



7,148,000
8,244,541

13.3



151,681,718
175,785,626

13.7


37,657,314
42,661,182

11.7


106,764,203
112,882,328

5.4


$118,575,428
148,309,920

.20.0


54 576,189
70,092,577

22.1


3,702,918
4,424,705
16.3



58,279,107
74,517,282

21.8


18,200,049
23,823,571

23.6


42,096,272
49,969,067

15.8


97,404,171
113,549,806
14.2


72,175,517
85,477,441

15.6



1,857,568
2,191,735

15.2



.74,033,085
87,669,176

1..6


6,108,676
6,973,863

12.4


17,262,410
18,906,767

8.7


7,985,109
10,474,957

23.8


3,865,344
5,243,232

26.3



457,367
579,998

21.1



4,322,711
5,823,230

25.8


1,269,456
1,720,678
26.2

<
2,392,942
2,931,049

18.4


10,854, 140,196
12,30o5,120,592

11.8


4,276,390,220
5,154,028,513

17.0


256,276,761
301,364,941
15.0



4,532,666,981
5,455,393,454
16.9


1,437,906,032
1,671,457,438

14.0


4,883,567,183

5,178,269,700

5.7


3,213,528,454
4,080,111,119

21.2


1,199,935,306
1,609,666,943

25.5


85,959,378
106,063,147

19.0



1,285,894,684
1,715,730,090
25.1


520,186,053
679,143,948
23.4



1,407,447,717
1,685,237,081
16.5


2.73'
2.69

+ 1.5


3.38
3.25

+ 4.0


2.79
2.74

+ 1.8



3.35
3.22

+ 4.0.


2.62
2.55

+ 2.7


2.'19
2.18

+ 0.5


3.690
3.63

+ 1.7


4.55
4.35

+ 4.6



4.31
4.17

+ 3.4



4.53
4.34

+ 4.4


3.50
3.51

- 0.3


2.99
2.97

+ 0.7


$3.04
2.92

+4.1.


2.00
1.96

+ 2.0



3.85
3.76
+ 2.4



2.05
2.01

+ 2.0


6.16
6.12

+ 0.7


6.18
5.97

+ 3.5


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


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 nine months ended with September 1958 and 1957


$14.85
14.16

+ 4.9


14.12
13.37

+ 5.6



8.10
7.63

+ 6.2



13.48
12.80

+ 5.3


14.34
13.85

+ 3.5


17.59
17.05

+ 3.2


111-.4
108.4

+.2.8



59.2
60.3

- 1.8


138.0
137.5
+ 0.4



61.2
62.2

- 1.6


235.4
239.7

- 1.8


282.9
273.9

+ 3.3


402.4
389.5
+ 3.3


310.4
307.0

+ 1.1


187.9
182.9

+ 2.7



297.5
294.6

+ 1.0


409.8
394.7

+ 3.8


588.2
575.0

+ 2.3


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