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On time train performance - January 2019
« on: January 11, 2019, 06:39:21 AM »
As from 1st January Queensland Rail has changed the OTR data they are publishing daily.  The contractual is no longer being published but is now changed to ' force majeure adjusted results '. https://www.queenslandrail.com.au/forcustomers/otr/dailyotr

" From January 2019, any NGR technical faults which impact Queensland Rail’s on-time running or reliability will not be considered force majeure in the below data. "  https://www.queenslandrail.com.au/aboutus/ourperformance/service-punctuality-and-reliability

It would appear that they probably still have an internal contractual metric, which would have NGR technical faults excluded.  This is a meaningless metric, particularly as NGRs become the bulk of the train fleet. 
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Re: On time train performance - January 2019
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2019, 06:50:09 AM »
https://www.queenslandrail.com.au/forcustomers/otr/dailyotr

Daily peak on-time running results

​The data presented below is for the morning and afternoon peak periods over the past five days.

The information provided is correct at the time of posting. However, as further information about the causes of any delay are collated the data may change, particularly to reflect differences between force majeure and non force majeure incidents.

Combined Peaks
Customer Impact, Force Majeure adjusted

2 Jan    97.95%       99.32%
3 Jan    91.78%      100 %
4 Jan    97.42%       97.42%

7 Jan    96.58%       96.58%
8 Jan    95.89%       95.89%
9 Jan    98.97%       98.97%
10 Jan  96.92%       97.26%
11 Jan  99.63%       99.63%

14 Jan  96.58%       97.26%
15 Jan  92.47%       92.47%
16 Jan  97.26%       98.29%
17 Jan  93.49%       95.21%
18 Jan  94.83%       94.83%

21 Jan  93.15%       93.15%
22 Jan  94.52%       94.52%
23 Jan  97.60%       98.29%
24 Jan  96.92%       96.92%
25 Jan  95.94%       96.31%

29 Jan  98.29%       98.63%
30 Jan  96.23%       98.63%
31 Jan  97.26%       97.26%

All lines monthly summary January 2019





Spreadsheet -->  https://backontrack.org/docs/qr/monthly_otr/2019/optJan2019/qrotpjan19.ods
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Re: On time train performance - January 2019
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2019, 10:14:02 AM »
Redcliffe Peninsula line ( 95.24% FMA ) and Caboolture ( 95.37% FMA ) are just over the 95%.  No change in their relative performance rating.

February will tell us if things have improved with greater numbers of NGRs in service now.
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