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Parliamentary Debates and Questions

S5W-13657: Jamie Greene (West Scotland)

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

Date lodged: 4 January 2018

To ask the Scottish Government how many (a) delayed and (b) cancelled trains there were between Edinburgh and Perth in 2017, broken down by date and time.

Answered by: Humza Yousaf 23 January 2018

Performance in the railway system in Great Britain is measured using the Public-Performance Measure (PPM), which counts all trains planned to run, which run and arrive within five minutes of their scheduled arrival time. Trains which are cancelled, either in full or in part, or which do not stop at stations at which they are meant to stop, are counted against this measure.

The lateness of ScotRail services is measured using the industry standard of the Public-Performance-Measure (PPM). In the year to early-December 2017 (period 9), 90.5 percent of trains arrived at Perth within the 5 minutes allowed under the PPM measure. More information on ScotRail’s performance can be found at this weblink: https://www.scotrail.co.uk/performance-and-reliability

ScotRail provides Transport Scotland with performance information by Sector Group and these data are monitored against the specified benchmarks contained in the Franchise Agreement.