Passenger journeys rise by 19% to 89% of pre-pandemic levels

The number of passenger journeys made between April and June 2023 increased by 19% to 390 million, and in the year to 30 June by 5% to 1.38 billion, according to the latest statistics published by the Office of Rail and Road.
Passenger journeys were estimated to be at 89% of pre-pandemic levels of April – June 2019.

Its figures also show a 10% rise in passenger-kilometres in the quarter to 14.9 billion. Revenue also rose by 10% compared to the same quarter in 2022, increasing to £2.6 billion from £2.3 billion. 


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