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1998-11-04 OPR-001


Little change in train performance

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Little change in train performance

4 November 1998
source OPRAF
type Press release

Publishing the latest quarterly performance figures for the 25 passenger train
operating companies today, Franchising Director John O 'Brien commented:

"Overall performance over the last three months has shown no improvement.
Comparing the end of this quarter with the previous quarter, virtually the same
number of routes showed a deterioration in punctuality as those that had
improved or remained static. A comparison of the current with the previous
year, though, continues to show a poorer picture because of the declining
punctuality earlier in the year. Reliability year on year is broadly neutral.

"I am currently engaged in discussions with operators concerning the
implementation of their action plans which I called for in August. Delivering
improved performance will require sustained effort and, from the proposals I
have seen, I detect a clear determination to do whatever is required to
achieve this improvement."

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