|Network SouthEast: Factfile||
- Network SouthEast had 6,145 EMU coaches, 384 DMU coaches and 3,500 engineers wagons.
- Network SouthEast took control of all civil engineers traction and rolling stock in its area to maintain its own infrastructure under BR Organising for Quality programme in April 1992.
- Network SouthEast had approximately 38,000 staff.
- Network SouthEast was the UKs 15th largest company in terms of assets, which were valued at over £4.2bn.
- In the first five years of its existence, Network SouthEast had increased passenger journeys by 15%.
- Network SouthEast reduced the average age of rolling stock by 5 years from 24 years to 19 years.
- 1,068 new coaches were introduced in the first 5 years.
- 75% of Network Southeast's routes were electrified.
- Some of Network SouthEasts routes were sponsored by InterCity.
- Network SouthEast opened 14 new stations.
- 544 million journeys were made by Network SouthEast each year.
- 458,000 commuters a day used Network SouthEast to travel to London.
- Network SouthEast had a 42% market share of commuting into London
- In the rush hour, a train arrived in London less than every minute.
- Network SouthEast's trains covered 86,700,000 miles every year.
- Network SouthEast ran 8,000 services a day.
- In 1991, 98% of Timetabled services ran.
During rush hour, a Network SouthEast train would arrive into London at least every minute. In this view, 4CEP (Class 411) No. 1617 is seen a Kent Link service. Anthony Rispoli
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