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Average age of rolling stock
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
This is the average age of rolling stock. Data is available by sector and train company. All rail vehicles leased from rolling stock leasing companies (ROSCOs) by train operators that have a franchise agreement with the Department for Transport are included in the calculations of average age.
Fares
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
The rail fares price index provides a measure of the change in the prices charged by train operating companies to rail passengers.
Freight lifted
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
Freight lifted is the mass of goods carried on the network, measures in tonnes. It excludes the weight of the locomotives and wagons. Unlike freight moved, it takes no account of the distance travelled.
Freight market indicators
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
Statistics on the number of freight trains on the rail network, the impact of rail freight trains on road halage and rail market share as a proportion of freight carried on different modes of transport.
Freight moved
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
The amount of freight moved on the railway network in Great Britain. Freight moved is measured in net tonne kilometres and takes into account the net weight (excluding the weight of the locomotive and wagon) of the goods carried and the distance carried.
Freight performance measure (FPM)
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
The number of freight trains arriving at their final destination 'on time'. On time is defined as within ten minutes.
Government support
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
Government support to the rail industry
National Rail Enquiry Service
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
The National Rail Enquiry Service (NRES) provides information, primarily on train times and fares. It covers enquiries made through the telephone service, as well as self-service channels such as through Apps and website visits.
Network Rail monitor key statistics
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
Key statistics on the performance of Network Rail.
Peak crowding and passenger demand
Department: Office for Rail Regulation
Train operators provide data on passenger numbers to the Department for Transport (DfT) to allow for the monitoring of train crowding levels. In the past DfT monitored crowding for London commuter services under a regime known as ‘passengers in excess of capacity’ (PiXC) and this has formed the basis of the crowding statistics published in National rail trends.
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