OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
The standard measure used throughout the rail industry in Great Britain is the Public Performance Measure (PPM). This is a combined measure of how many trains timetabled to operate have run throughout the entire route and calling points and how many have arrived at their final destination within ten minutes of their advertised time. The results of this measure are reported every four weeks.
Our last 4 period performance results are shown in the table below.
To download our 13 Period Performance History please click here.
| 4 Period History
|2018/19 P9||2018/19 P10||2018/19 P11||2018/19 P12|
Information on Delays
You can check if your journey is delayed using our Live departures & Arrivals or check for any future planned timetable changes that may affect your travel. Network Rail also have a Delays explained section on their website where you can find out more about the common causes of delays - and what we're doing to reduce their frequency and impact.
Along with our industry colleagues we have conducted research about how you, our customers feel, when services are disrupted. We are planning to use this to guide our strategy and processes over the coming months so we can improve the way we talk to you during disruption. The national research is available here.
Our National Rail Passenger Survey overall satisfaction score for Autumn 2018 was 91%.
The number of complaints we received in 2017-18 on average 12 per 1000 customer journeys.
Ticket office opening hours
Information about stations that we call at, including ticket office opening hours and the facilities available, can be found in our Stations section.
My Future Travel
Planned track improvement works
You can see how Network Rail's planned track improvement work may affect your journey in our Engineering works section.