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|East Coast Trains at Kings Cross in December 2013|
The total number of timetabled train kilometres in 2013-14 Q2 increased by 0.9% (1,133,695 km) compared to 2012-13 Q2. The largest increase in timetabled train kilometres for franchised operators was for London Overground (9.5%; 177,926 km).
London Overground's timetabled train kilometres have steadily increased since the opening of the Surrey Quays to Clapham line in December 2012 and the introduction of a new timetable in May 2011, which improved train capacity and frequencies on many routes. In 2013-14 Q2 First ScotRail’s timetabled train kilometres increased by 3.4% (378,415 km) when compared to 2012-13 Q2.
The introduction of additional train services, from 9 December, as part of their winter timetable (up to May), may have contributed to this increase.
The next largest increase was Chiltern, with an year -on-year increase of 3.0%. This is due to the introduction of additional Sunday services from Aylesbury to London Marylebone via Amersham in May 2013.
The largest reduction in timetabled kilometres was Greater Anglia of -1.4% (123,490 fewer km). The reason for this is probably related to an on-going programme of rolling stock refurbishment