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Posted: Apr 13 2014 (22:46)
Last Response: Apr 13 2014 (22:46)
Commentary/Human InterestINT/International -Apr 13 2014 (21:40) Network Rail fails to meet punctuality targets and faces a record £70m fine | Business | The Guardian
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Network Rail has admitted it has failed to meet its punctuality targets, as it braces for a record fine of up to £70m.
The organisation that owns and operates Britain's railway infrastructure has fallen well short of its goal of 92.5% of services arriving "on time" – within five minutes of their scheduled time. It is expected to tell its regulators on Monday that at least one in 10 trains have been running late.
The Office for Rail Regulation can fine Network Rail a fixed amount for every 0.1 percentage point away from...
Apr 13 2014 (22:46)
S V Iyer*^~ 14913 blog posts 12366 correct pred (64% accurate)
Every zone in IR must be set such targets so that punctuality improves across our rail network and passengers will not be put to inconvenience.... But again punctuality shd be calculated as average delay between halts the train runs otherwise zonal will boost additional slack towards the last to avoid fines.....
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