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West Coast Main Line

Volume 227: debated on Friday 2 July 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what percentage of passenger trains using the core west coast main line are arriving within five minutes of their scheduled times for the latest available period.

British Rail measures the punctuality of InterCity services by the number of trains arriving at their destinations within 10 minutes of the advertised time. On this basis, 88 per cent. of trains on the west coast main line arrived punctually in the four-week period ending 19 June 1993.