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House of Commons Hansard
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06 March 2007
Volume 457
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To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many delays of more than (a) five minutes, (b) 10 minutes and (c) 15 minutes there were on the London Underground (LU) in each year since 1990 during which his Department had responsibility for LU, broken down by line. [124245]

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Responsibility for London Underground passed to Transport for London and the Mayor of London on 15 July 2003. Performance since then has been an operational matter for London Underground who are best placed to answer direct. London Underground does not hold figures in the breakdown requested and the information on the years prior to 1996 could be provided only at disproportionate time and cost. The figures for 1996 to 2003 are:

Number of train delays >15 minutes

1996-97

1997-98

1998-99

1999-2000

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

Bakerloo

255

232

300

329

300

318

356

Central

512

678

541

446

495

501

284

District

385

332

360

326

418

574

573

Jubilee

138

142

173

234

208

289

246

East London

4

295

136

110

108

102

Northern

343

336

332

235

216

247

250

Piccadilly

258

246

275

246

267

333

392

Victoria

131

183

142

95

97

151

148

Metropolitan

374

375

302

319

404

495

564

Circle and Hammersmith

181

135

134

189

291

287

287

Waterloo and City

79

30

44

34

38

39

76

Total

2,656

2,693

2,898

2,589

2,844

3,342

3,278