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Top 10 overcrowded train services: England and Wales 2011

10 most overcrowded peak train services recorded in passenger count data collected by train operators.

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Top 10 overcrowded train services: England and Wales, autumn 2011

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These lists show the 10 most overcrowded peak train services recorded in passenger count data collected by train operators.

The Department for Transport (DfT) collects rail passenger counts from train operating companies to monitor train crowding levels. All franchises let by DfT require the train operator to address crowding and to plan their timetables. This is done in such a way as to ensure, as far as possible, that crowding is not unduly concentrated on any particular route or individual service.

Published 19 December 2012
Last updated 24 July 2013 + show all updates
  1. Top 10 overcrowded train services for England and Wales: Autumn 2012 released.
  2. First published.