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In the 1919 Magazine for August, the headline story is: Rail staff find themselves on the wrong side of the tracks.
(Permalink) Safety ScotRail Staff Statistics Survey

More than double the number of rail journeys were made by passengers between April 2021 and March 2022 compared to the number of those made during the pandemic in the previous year.
(Permalink) ORR Statistics

Scottish stations have featured in both the happiest and unhappiest list - this is what the data revealed.
(Permalink) Statistics

The busiest Glasgow subway station had almost 20 times the number of passengers in 2021 than the quietest, new figures show.
(Permalink) Glasgow District Subway Statistics

The Scottish Transport Statistics publication released today shows that the number of journeys being made by public transport in Scotland fell markedly from 502 million in 2019 to 153 million in 2020.

Transport and travel habits in Scotland were significantly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, with restrictions on travel and daily activity in place for large parts of 2020.
(Permalink) Scottish Transport Statistics Statistics Transport Scotland

Passenger rail journeys increased to 285 million in total across October to December 2021 in Britain - the highest since January to March 2020 - according to new official figures from the Office of Rail and Road, published today.
(Permalink) ORR Passenger numbers Statistics

ORR publishes a wide range of official statistics, which are important in providing independent and transparent data on the state of Britains railway. These are all available on our data portal.

Our statistics provide trusted and transparent information to help inform debate and enable people/organisations to make decisions and to develop insight based on high-quality data.

(Permalink) ORR Statistics

Train passenger journeys across Britain's railway in the summer increased by more than a third (36%) in July to September 2021, with 248 million people travelling by rail compared to 182 million in the first quarter of 2021-22.
(Permalink) COVID-19 ORR Statistics

Today's figures from the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) show that rail travel started to rebound between April and June 2021, following the gradual easing of government COVID-19 restrictions.
(Permalink) COVID-19 Estimates of Station Usage 2020-2021 ORR ORR Station Statistics Passengers Statistics

Provisional statistics released by the Department for Transport show rail journeys reached a high of 66% of pre-pandemic levels this summer, driven by increased leisure travel. Meanwhile, industry data shows that leisure journeys to seaside destinations over the August [English] bank holiday weekend surpassed pre-pandemic levels.
(Permalink) Department for Transport Passenger numbers Statistics

ScotRail passenger numbers bounced back to 60 per cent of normal last Saturday but rail chiefs said it would take more than three years to recover to their record pre-pandemic levels.
(Permalink) ScotRail Statistics

A total of 140 million rail journeys were made in Great Britain in October, November and December 2020.
(Permalink) Statistics

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