Auckland Transport and Transdev keep track of the performance of the rail network and report on a monthly basis - with more than 17 million passenger trips per year taken on the network, we endeavour to make the rail network as punctual as possible. We measure the overall performance of the rail network according to how many scheduled train services reach their destinations and run on time.
Transdev operates rail services on the Auckland Passenger Rail Network for Auckland Transport (AT). Transdev takes its commitment to customers seriously and is working hard to support AT in the upgrading of rail infrastructure and improvement of train reliability.
Since March 2009, Transdev has provided performance results on a line by line basis each month.
Train performance is measured as follows:
- Punctuality measures the percentage of services arriving at their final destination within 4 minutes and 59 seconds of their scheduled arrival. This is usually referred to as "on time to 5 minutes" and is an international timekeeping standard.
- Service Delivery measures the percentage of scheduled services that arrive at their final destination.
- A 12-month rolling average for punctuality, service delivery and an analysis of significant events affecting performance will also be provided each month.
Punctuality: 96.7% 12 Month Rolling Average: 96.7%
Service Delivery: 98.3% 12 Month Rolling Average: 98.5%
Punctuality: 97% 12 Month Rolling Average: 97.1%
Service Delivery: 98.5% 12 Month Rolling Average: 98.3%
Punctuality: 97.1% 12 Month Rolling Average: 95.8%
Service Delivery: 99.2% 12 Month Rolling Average: 98.6%
Punctuality: 95.4% 12 Month Rolling Average: 96.2%
Service Delivery: 97.2% 12 Month Rolling Average: 98.4%
Punctuality: 98.5% 12 Month Rolling Average: 98.3%
Service Delivery: 98.3% 12 Month Rolling Average: 99%
Punctuality: 96.3% 12 Month Rolling Average: 97.3%
Service Delivery: 98.6% 12 Month Rolling Average: 98.7%
Monthly performance reporting for May 2017:
Major incidents that affected service performance in May:
- Bridge strikes between Ellerslie and Onehunga just before the PM Peak on 10th May, affected the Southern, Onehunga and Western Line services.
- Freight train issue and a fault with the Level crossing lights between Middlemore and Papatoetoe before the AM Peak on 17th May disrupted services on the Southern and Onehunga Lines.
- A fatality at Te Mahia and a track fault at Swanson before the AM Peak on 22nd May disrupted services on the Southern and Western Lines respectively.
- A track fault near Parnell just after the PM Peak on 24th May caused disruptions on the Western, Southern and Onehunga Lines.