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29th July 2019 new Citytrain timetable - weekly analysis

Started by ozbob, August 07, 2019, 09:40:33 AM

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Peak daily OTR since 29th July 2019 - Week 1

https://www.queenslandrail.com.au/forcustomers/otr/dailyotr













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Table of the line averages for the 5 days peak daily data published for week 1. 

RPL & Cleveland struggling at peak.  Sunshine Coast has gone well!


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Week 2 & 3



















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Three weeks of the new ' old ' timetable, with some minor changes.

Tracking along much the same in terms of OTR with the previous reduced service timetables.  Hasn't fallen over as in October 2016, so that's a plus.   Usual suspects MID.  Beenleigh has a had a couple of poor weeks. 
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Week 4












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Weeks 1 to 4.




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You know what these releases say to me?

"People who travel in the off peak don't matter."
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Be rather nice to have the actual OTR data for out of peak but it is buried in the 24/7 data

For much the same reason I suspect that Gympie North is buried in the Sunshine Coast line data.
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