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Monthly line specific on-time running and reliability December 2020

Started by ozbob, February 10, 2021, 13:51:42 PM

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Combining the Queensland Rail total (aggregate) results on the same axes allows a better appreciation of what is happening.

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Update on on-time running performance for Citytrain Queensland Rail Month of December 2020

12th February 2021

Greetings,

Overall on-time running (otr) is good, but the Caboolture and Sunshine Coast lines otr performance is poor.
The otr graphs for these lines are below.

The otr data is published on or about the 10th each month for the month preceding the last month at https://www.queenslandrail.com.au/aboutus/ourperformance/service-punctuality-and-reliability. We then do further analysis of the data.

It would be good if this delay in reporting the data could be reduced from around six weeks to two weeks as for other jurisdictions.

All services, including peak and off-peak, are measured as on-time when they arrive within three minutes and 59 seconds of their scheduled time, or 5 minutes and 59 seconds on interurban services viz. Gold Coast, Rosewood and Sunshine Coast.
Target is services > 95% on time.

FMA = force majeure adjusted
CI = customer impact (what passengers actually experience)
CP = combined peaks

Reference at the RBoT forum > https://railbotforum.org/mbs/index.php?topic=14176.0  where detailed analyses of all individual lines is available.

Best wishes,

Robert
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Graphs attached:

On-time running performance for all lines combined



Caboolture line on-time running



Sunshine Coast line on-time running

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Is anyone really surprised by the SCL being the worst? It's the longest single-line section in the network, and we all know it's at breaking point. I imagine that flows on the Caboolture line as well, as most Sunshine Coast services these days are extensions of Caboolture services. The exceptions being the Gympie North trains, and I think we all know what a basket case that is. It would be interesting to see the reliability of GN services only. I'd expect it to be well below 90%.

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Don't forget the SCL has 5 minutes 59 seconds as well to be on-time.  So it really is poor on the 24/7 parameter.  Does better at peak than off peak, largely because the during the peak Citytrain gets the priority.  I doubt it will get any better until the line is amplified.
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