Report: Industry – Trains Delayed 

Trains Delayed represent the weekly average daily number of loaded and empty trains held short of destination or scheduled interchange for longer than six consecutive hours. It excludes yard and local trains. Class I railroads report this information to the Surface Transportation Board on a weekly basis. Only U.S. operations are included for the Canadian railways.

Use the in-chart filters and mouse-overs to filter the data based on date range, carrier, and locations.

Why is This Important?
Monitoring railroad tracking performance data of delays by railroad allows you to see and anticipate where your transit times may be affected. This assists in the management and forecasting of your transit times.

Need More Information?
RSI maintains a series of railroad statistics and information that can help you be more informed.  These performance charts are an example of the type of reporting that is included in our railcar management software. Notice that these charts can be filtered on the fly and downloaded in various formats. Based on your business, RSI can monitor specific events and trends and provide you with up-to-date railcar tracking information.  If interested in learning more about RSI’s proactive monitoring and railcar tracking services, please contact us.

Interested in getting this type of insight into your own business?