- National Rail Trends
National Rail Trends (NRT)
National Rail Trends (NRT) is the main official rail publication containing data on passenger usage and rail performance. Please see our Introduction to National rail trends for a summary of what is contained within the publication. NRT can be accessed via our data portal or our website. See below for further details.
We have now launched our NRT Data Portal application that gives you a user friendly online interface to rail statistics. By registering with the portal, you can create and save personalised reports for the statistics listed below.
Due to an error in the report design, the data for the ‘All’ category in the report ‘Average Age of Rolling Stock by Train Operating Company’ had been displayed against the wrong quarters between 2009-10 Q2 and 2012-13 Q2. This has now been rectified and the report currently displays data for the appropriate financial quarters.
- Passenger Kilometres
- Passenger Journeys
- Passenger Revenue
- Timetabled train kilometres
- National rail enquiries (NRES)
- Freight performance measure (FPM)
- Signals passed at danger (SPADS)
- Public / freight performance measure
- Possession disruption – passenger and freight
- Delay minutes
- Temporary speed restrictions
- Passengers above capacity
- Government support
- Network capability and assets
- Freight moved
- Train volumes
- Safety risk
- Freight lifted
All our other statistics (a full list is below) continue to be available on the Current NRT area of our website:
- Infrastructure on the railways
- Regional usage profiles
- Train operating companies
- Sustainable development
We intend to move these over the coming months and will keep this list updated as we progress. Details of this can be found at our publication timetable.
View how we comply with the national statistics code of practice principles and protocols.
We publish a revisions policy and log as part of our compliance to the code of practice for national statistics. We also publish proposals about changes to data and actively look for feedback from users of the statistics. View further information about our approach to user engagement.
Download Pre-release list for NRT and station usage ( 26 Kb).
National rail trends reviews
Last updated: February 2013