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Amtrak Long-Distance Train Performance Reports

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ABOUT THESE REPORTS: The Bull Sheet calculates arrival performance at final destination of Amtrak's named long-distance trains. The data are based upon the reported inbound times of each of the affected trains, and there is no grace allowance for minimally late arrivals. If a train arrives at its final destination even one minute late, it is considered late. Since long-distance trains have sufficient padding in their schedules of up to an hour, or even longer, to offset en route delays, it is not necessary to apply a grace allowance on top of that padding to bolster on time reporting. Accordingly, these reports present a more accurate analysis than what is typically reported by Amtrak, which shows late arrivals of up to one-half hour as on time.

 

 

 

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