Southeast’s most delayed train lines

EIGHT out of 12 passenger train lines failed to meet Queensland Rail's strict peak-hour punctuality targets last month, triggering criticism of claims the network had "stabilised".


Analysis of QR data by commuter group RAIL Back on Track, to be released today, reveals troublespots remain on the network despite praise by Transport Minister Mark Bailey of QR's punctuality record.

The commuter advocate group has collated QR's daily peak-hour on-time-running data to give a snapshot of how each of the southeast's 12 commuter lines performed each month.

It reveals eight lines last month failed to meet QR's tough punctuality peak-hour target, which aims for 95 per cent of trains to arrive within four minutes of the scheduled time, or six minutes for longer distance passenger services terminating at the Gold Coast, Rosewood and Nambour.