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Monthly

Performance Report
For

January 2014

March 4, 2014

Table of Contents
Page #
A.

Financial Results
1.
Summary Performance Report versus Budget
Executive Summary
Operating Results Month, YTD and Forecast
Capital Spend Summary YTD and Forecast
2.
3.

4.

5.

B.
C.
D.

E.

Metrics
Metrics

A-1.1
A-1.3
A-1.4
A-2.1

Ridership and Revenue


Ticket Revenue and Ridership Summary
Ridership and Ticket Revenue by Route
Current Month
Year to Date
Ridership and Revenue - Sleeper Class

A-3.1
A-3.4
A-3.5
A-3.6

Actual and Forecast Results


Income Statement by Business Lines
Month, vs. Budget and Prior Year
Capital Project Overview
Regular Projects
Mechanical Production Report
Engineering Production Report

A-4.6
A-4.8
A-4.10

Actual Analysis to Prior Year


Consolidated Income Statement
Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
Balance Sheet

A-5.1
A-5.4
A-5.5

A-4.1

Legislative Report
Legislative Updates

B-1

Route Performance Report Fully Allocated


Summary YTD Route Results

C-1

Workforce Statistics
Headcount Data
Other Employee Costs

D-1
D-3

Performance Indicators
Delay Minutes Summary Report
Host Railroad Delay Minutes Report
On-Time Performance

E-1
E-2
E-7

INANCIAL

ESULTS

Performance Summary for the Year to Date Period Ending


January 2014
Executive Summary:
January year to date results are favorable to the budget due to lower benefits, train operations and
fuel/power costs. Reimbursable revenues are favorable, but they are partially offset by increased
Reimbursable expenses. The change in Operating Ratio (Strategy Management Objective F1)
reflects the favorable Reimbursable activity on the Michigan and Albany lines and lower expenses.
Capital spending is under budget due to the timing of progress payments on new electric
locomotives and delayed infrastructure work.

OperatingRatio(1) CumulativeBasis(CashExpense/CashRevenue)
1.15

1.10

1.05

Better
1.00

0.95

Budget

Actual

Forecast

0.90
Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

(1)
Operating Ratio is defined as Total Operating Expense adjusted for Depreciation, Project related costs covered by Capital funding (PRJ), non-cash portion of OPEBs and
the Inspector General's office - covered by a separate grant, divided by Total Operating Revenue less State Capital amortization.

A - 1.1

Performance Summary for the Year to Date Period Ending


January 2014
AdjustedLoss(1) (CashRevenue CashExpenses)
$50
Budget

Actual

Forecast

$0
($50)
($100)
($150)

Better
($200)
($250)
($300)
($350)
($400)
Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

CapitalSpend
$1,400
Budget

Actual

Forecast

$1,200
$1,000
$800
$600
$400
$200
$0

(1)
Adjusted Loss is a reasonable proxy for Federal Operating Support need. It equals Net Loss, adjusted for Depreciation, Net Interest Expense, Project related costs
Oct
Novnon-cashDec
Jan and theFeb
Mar officeApr
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
covered by Capital
funding (PRJ),
portion of OPEBs
Inspector General's
- covered byMay
a separate grant.

(1)
Adjusted Loss is a reasonable proxy for Federal Operating Support need. It equals Net Loss, adjusted for Depreciation, Net Interest Expense, Project related costs
covered by Capital funding (PRJ), non-cash portion of OPEBs and the Inspector General's office - covered by a separate grant.

A - 1.2

Summary Financial Results


Operating Results for the Period Ending - January 2014
($ millions)

Actual
Revenue:
Ticket Revenue - Adjusted
Food & Beverage
State Supported Train Revenue
Total Passenger Related Revenue

Month
Variance to
Budget
Fav(Unfav)

Variance to
Prior Year
Fav(Unfav)

Actual

YTD
Variance to
Budget
Fav(Unfav)

Variance to
Prior Year
Fav(Unfav)

Year-end Forecast
Variance to
Variance to
September
Budget
Prior Year
Forecast
Fav(Unfav)
Fav(Unfav)

$150.4
9.7
19.2
179.3

$3.3
0.2
(1.7)
1.8

$6.5
0.3
3.5
10.2

$700.1
39.1
78.9
818.1

($4.9)
(2.0)
(4.9)
(11.8)

$45.5
(1.0)
12.2
56.7

$2,149.4
122.2
246.6
2,518.3

($4.9)
(2.0)
(4.9)
(11.8)

$93.2
(1.2)
59.6
151.6

Other Revenue
Total Revenue

61.7
241.0

10.9
12.7

11.4
21.6

241.3
1,059.4

41.2
29.4

53.2
110.0

665.4
3,183.8

63.9
52.0

40.1
191.7

Expense:
Salaries, Wages & Benefits
Train Operations
Fuel, Power, & Utilities
Materials
Facility, Communication, & Office
Advertising & Sales
Casualty & Other Claims
Depreciation, net
Other Expenses
Indirect Costs Capitalized to P&E
Total Expenses

188.2
21.3
34.7
18.4
17.9
6.0
5.2
57.5
31.7
(11.0)
369.9

(2.0)
2.1
(0.7)
(2.3)
(3.4)
0.9
0.5
1.4
(2.4)
(1.0)
(6.8)

(13.3)
3.5
(4.2)
(3.6)
(0.6)
2.1
(1.6)
0.9
(3.1)
2.2
(17.6)

669.1
83.6
119.1
69.0
59.8
29.1
21.2
228.9
128.0
(43.5)
1,364.4

14.3
10.5
8.5
(2.5)
(3.2)
2.4
1.3
5.5
(11.4)
(2.3)
23.1

4.7
11.6
5.8
(1.4)
(2.6)
(0.3)
1.0
(4.3)
(28.3)
11.6
(2.1)

2,113.1
281.6
372.4
208.1
178.7
97.8
62.6
708.0
409.7
(141.7)
4,290.3

34.5
14.0
8.2
(2.8)
(5.1)
0.9
(7.7)
5.5
(63.3)
0.1
(15.5)

(16.7)
(9.6)
(2.2)
(23.1)
2.8
(2.7)
4.0
(42.4)
(37.4)
15.3
(112.1)

Net Loss from Operations

128.9

5.9

4.0

305.0

52.5

107.9

1,106.5

36.5

79.6

6.6
$12.5

5.9
$9.9

(12.4)
$292.6

33.6
$86.1

13.4
$121.3

35.6
$1,142.2

24.9
$61.4

5.4
$85.0

(4.2)
(0.6)
(1.0)
(5.9)
(3.0)
(4.8)

(37.8)
(230.3)
(5.3)
12.4
21.4
53.0

4.2
(5.5)
(0.4)
(33.6)
(7.8)
43.0

(7.6)
(5.5)
(0.4)
(24.9)
(7.8)
15.3

(83.7)
42.7
0.7
(5.4)
(9.3)
30.0

Other Expense, net


Net Loss
Proforma Non-Cash Adjustments:
Less: Change in OPEB's and PRJ Costs
Less: Depreciation
Less: Inspector General
Less: Other Expense, net
Add: State Capital Payment Amortization
Adjusted Loss
(1)

(1.5)
$127.4

(8.0)
(57.9)
(1.0)
1.5
6.4
68.4

(0.4)
(1.4)
(0.6)
(6.6)
(2.8)
0.7

(8.8)
4.6
(2.3)
(13.4)
(8.3)
93.1

Adjustment to exclude Depreciation, Net Interest, Project related costs covered by Capital funding (PRJ), non-cash portion of OPEBs, State Capital Payments and the Inspector General's office.

A - 1.3

(93.1)
(712.1)
(19.3)
(35.6)
46.8
328.8

Capital Spending for the Year to Date period Ending


January 2014

Capital Spend
($ millions)
Engineering
- ADA
Mechanical
All Else *
Total

Total
YTD FY14

Authorized Under/(Over)
%
YTD FY14
Authorized Variance

$180.5
10.1
79.6
33.1
$303.3

$214.7
10.9
133.7
47.5
$406.8

$34.2
0.8
54.1
14.5
$103.6

15.9%
7.3%
40.5%
30.4%
25.5%

* Excludes early buyout and Inspector General projects.

Items impacting Year to Date Capital Spending:


Capital spending is under budget due to the timing of progress payments on new electric
locomotives and delayed infrastructure work.

Forecast Capital Spending for the Year Ending


September 2014
Capital Spend
($ millions)
Engineering
- ADA
Mechanical
All Else
Total

Total
FY14
$671.8
37.6
448.3
156.0
$1,313.7

Authorized Under/(Over)
%
FY14
Authorized Variance
$670.5
38.2
448.4
156.7
$1,313.8

($1.3)
0.6
0.1
0.7
$0.1

Items impacting Forecast Capital Spending:


Capital spending forecast for year end is in line with Authorized spending.

A - 1.4

(0.2%)
1.6%
0.0%
0.4%
0.0%

METRICS

Key Performance Indicators


Results For the Month Ended January 31, 2014

Budget/Goal

Actual
KPIs
RASM - Revenue per Seat Mile (a)
CASM - Expenses per Seat Mile (b)
(NTS) Cost Recovery Ratio (c)
Ridership (000's) (d)
Passenger Miles per total core employee (000's)
On-Time Performance (Endpoint)
Customer Satisfaction Index (e)
Host Railroad Performance (f)

Prior Year

(1)

Budget

Prior Year

Fav / (Unfav) (2)

Fav / (Unfav) (2)

$0.183
$0.237
77%
2,207
26
67.8%
82
1,221

$0.168
$0.225
75%
2,245
27
85.0%
84
n/a

$0.159
$0.206
77%
2,236
27
85.7%
83
884

$0.015
($0.012)
3%
(38)
-0.4
-17.2%
(2)
n/a

$0.024
($0.031)
0%
(29)
-0.3
-17.9%
(1)
(337)

Other Indicators
Seat Miles (000's)
Passenger Miles (000's)
Train Miles (000's)
Average Load Factor
Core diesel gallons per train mile (g)
Seat Miles per total core employee (000's)
Customer Injuries
Equipment - % of Units in Service: (h)
Locomotive Fleet
Passenger Fleet
Unadjusted Ticket Revenue ($000's)
Average Ticket Yield
Average Ticket Price
Core Revenue per Train Mile (i)
Core Expenses per Train Mile (j)
Adjusted Operating Ratio (k)
Average cost per gallon of diesel (l)

990,458
466,336
3,082
47.1%
2.5
56
164

1,075,205
477,941
3,219
44.5%
2.2
60
n/a

1,075,168
477,941
3,219
44.5%
2.2
60
180

(84,747)
(11,605)
(137)
2.6%
0.2
-4.2
n/a

(84,710)
(11,605)
(137)
2.6%
0.2
-4.1
16

83.8%
88.5%
$154,069
$0.3304
$69.81
$64.16
$88.88
1.05
$3.51

n/a
n/a
$151,015
$0.3160
$67.28
$60.71
$85.03
1.09
$3.45

83.3%
88.7%
$147,892
$0.3094
$64.53
$57.24
$79.67
1.16
$2.95

n/a
n/a
$3,054
$0.0144
$2.54
$3.45
$3.84
0.04
($0.06)

-0.5%
0.2%
$6,177
$0.0065
$5.29
$6.91
($9.20)
0.11
($0.56)

F&B Metrics(3)
Total F&B Revenue (000's) (m)
Total F&B Expenses (000's)
F&B Contribution/(Loss) (000's)
F&B Cost Recovery Ratio
F&B Revenue per 100 Passenger Miles
F&B Cost per 100 Passenger Miles

$13,142
$27,518
($14,376)
47.8%
$2.77
$5.80

$12,165
$26,470
($14,304)
46.0%
$2.52
$5.48

$11,935
$27,053
($15,118)
44.1%
$2.47
$5.60

$977
($1,049)
($72)
1.8%
$0.25
($0.32)

$1,208
($466)
$742
3.6%
$0.30
($0.21)

Notes:
(a) This is calculated as NTS Total Operating Revenue divided by Available Seat Miles to be consistent with the KPI's.
(b) This is calculated as NTS Total Operating Expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's divided by Available Seat Miles.
(c) This is calculated as RASM divided by CASM.
(d) FY13 Riders have been adjusted for changes to the collection of Multi-Pass data
(e) CSI score has a one month lag.
(f) Minutes of delay per ten thousand Train Miles.
(g) Beginning in February FY11, train gallons include only fuel used on operating routes.
(h) As of April FY11, In Service statistics are obtained from the WMS system, which may not match prior Monthly Performance Reports.
(i) This is calculated as Total Core Operating Revenue divided by Total Train Miles.
(j) This is calculated as Total Core Operating Expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's divided by Total Train Miles.
(k) This YTD measure is calculated as Total Operating Expenses (excluding Depreciation, OIG, OPEB's and PRJ) by Total Operating Revenue (excluding state capital payments).
(l) This includes net Fuel Hedge.
(m) Total Food and Beverage revenue includes an allocated portion of State Supported Revenue to cover F&B costs on State Routes.
(1) Beginning in FY11, statistics are from the Amtrak Performance Tracking (SAM_APT) System, which may not match prior Monthly Performance Reports.
(2) Variances may not foot due to rounding.
(3) F&B Metrics are based on statistical allocations using APT route data.

A - 2.1

Key Performance Indicators


Results for Fiscal YTD January 31, 2014

Actual /
Average *
KPIs
RASM - Revenue per Seat Mile (a)
CASM - Expenses per Seat Mile (b)
(NTS) Cost Recovery Ratio (c)
Ridership (000's) (d)
Passenger Miles per total core employee (000's) *
On-Time Performance (Endpoint)
Customer Satisfaction Index (e)
Host Railroad Performance (f) *
Other Indicators
Seat Miles (000's)
Passenger Miles (000's)
Train Miles (000's)
Average Load Factor
Core diesel gallons per train mile (g) *
Seat Miles per total core employee (000's) *
Customer Injuries
Equipment - % of Units in Service: (h)
Locomotive Fleet *
Passenger Fleet *
Unadjusted Ticket Revenue ($000's)
Average Ticket Yield
Average Ticket Price
Core Revenue per Train Mile (i)
Core Expenses per Train Mile (j)
Adjusted Operating Ratio (k)
Average cost per gallon of diesel (l)
F&B Metrics(3)
Total F&B Revenue (000's) (m)
Total F&B Expenses (000's)
F&B Contribution/(Loss) (000's)
F&B Cost Recovery Ratio
F&B Revenue per 100 Passenger Miles
F&B Cost per 100 Passenger Miles

Budget/Goal

Prior Year /

Budget

Prior Year

Average (1)*

Fav / (Unfav) (2)

Fav / (Unfav) (2)

$0.195
$0.205
95%
10,095
30
74.5%
83
1,102

$0.194
$0.212
92%
10,194
30
85.0%
84
n/a

$0.180
$0.204
88%
9,822
30
85.0%
84
901

$0.001
$0.008
4%
(99)
0.5
-10.5%
(1)
n/a

$0.015
($0.001)
7%
273
0.5
-10.5%
(1)
(201)

4,238,564
2,134,184
12,674
50.4%
2.3
60
529

4,322,888
2,134,122
12,573
49.4%
2.3
61
n/a

4,278,379
2,128,828
12,567
49.8%
2.3
60
769

(84,324)
62
101
1.0%
0.0
-0.2
n/a

(39,815)
5,356
106
0.6%
0.0
0.8
240

85.9%
90.3%
$715,151
$0.3351
$70.84
$70.28
$76.61
1.05
$3.19

n/a
n/a
$721,688
$0.3382
$70.80
$71.54
$82.10
1.09
$3.37

83.6%
89.7%
$671,142
$0.3153
$67.94
$65.84
$79.51
1.16
$3.34

n/a
n/a
($6,538)
($0.0031)
$0.04
($1.26)
($5.49)
0.04
$0.18

-2.3%
-0.5%
$44,009
$0.0229
$2.90
$4.44
$2.90
0.11
$0.15

$53,131
$107,193
($54,061)
49.6%
$2.56
$5.17

$51,241
$91,121
($39,880)
56.2%
$2.49
$4.42

$49,699
$107,230
($57,531)
46.3%
$2.40
$5.19

$1,890
($16,071)
($14,181)
-6.7%
$0.08
($0.75)

$3,432
$38
$3,470
3.2%
$0.16
$0.02

Notes:
(a) This is calculated as NTS Total Operating Revenue divided by Available Seat Miles to be consistent with the KPI's.
(b) This is calculated as NTS Total Operating Expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's divided by Available Seat Miles.
(c) This is calculated as RASM divided by CASM.
(d) FY13 Riders have been adjusted for changes to the collection of Multi-Pass data
(e) CSI score has a one month lag.
(f) Minutes of delay per ten thousand Train Miles.
(g) Beginning in February FY11, train gallons include only fuel used on operating routes.
(h) As of April FY11, In Service statistics are obtained from the WMS system, which may not match prior Monthly Performance Reports.
(i) This is calculated as Total Core Operating Revenue divided by Total Train Miles.
(j) This is calculated as Total Core Operating Expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's divided by Total Train Miles.
(k) This is calculated as Total Operating Expenses (excluding Depreciation, OIG, OPEB's and PRJ) by Total Operating Revenue (excluding state capital payments).
(l) This includes net Fuel Hedge.
(m) Total Food and Beverage revenue includes an allocated portion of State Supported Revenue to cover F&B costs on State Routes.
(1) Beginning in FY11, statistics are from the Amtrak Performance Tracking (SAM_APT) System, which may not match prior Monthly Performance Reports.
(2) Variances may not foot due to rounding.
(3) F&B Metrics are based on statistical allocations using APT route data.
* Note: These metrics are reported as the YTD average

A - 2.2

SUMMARY METRICS
Results as of January, 2014

RASM YTD

LocomotivesRASM - Revenue
% of per
Units
Seat
outMile
of Service
Actual - FY14

Prior Year - FY13

YTD - ACTUAL

24%
22%

$0.20
$0.19
$0.18

$0.18
$0.16

$0.17
$0.16
$0.15

WorseBetter

$0.14

$0.14
$0.13

14%

$0.12

$0.12
12%

YTD - PRIOR YEAR

$0.21
$0.20

20%
18%

YTD - BUDGET/GOAL

$0.22

$0.22

RASM

Revenue per Seat Mile

Budget/Goal

26%

16%

Actual - FY14
Oct

FY13 - LocoBudget/Goal
86.3%
- FY13
FY12 - LocoPrior Year
81.8%

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

$0.194
Nov
$0.205
86.9%

$0.191
Dec
$0.207
86.4%

$0.210
Jan
$0.198
83.8%

$0.183Feb
$0.168

$0.184

$0.198

$0.202

$0.198

$0.207

$0.180
83.5%

$0.187
85.7%

$0.193
83.3%

$0.159
83.6%

$0.16984.6%

$0.190 85.0%

$0.186 83.8% $0.191

84.4% $0.198

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul
Jul

Aug

Sep

$0.209

Aug
$0.200

Sep
$0.192

84.8%$0.193

$0.183
85.9%

$0.177
84.7%

Actual - FY14

January-14

YTD - ACTUAL

$0.195

YTD BUDGET/GOAL

$0.194

YTD - PRIOR YEAR

$0.180

CASM - Expenses per Seat Mile

CASM YTD

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

YTD - ACTUAL

$0.30

$0.22

$0.28

$0.21

YTD - BUDGET/GOAL

YTD - PRIOR YEAR

$0.20

$0.26

Worse

CASM

CASM - Expenses per Seat Mile

% out of service

28%

$0.24

$0.19
$0.18

$0.22

$0.17

$0.20

$0.16

$0.18
$0.15

$0.16

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Actual - FY14

$0.188

$0.197

$0.200

$0.237

Budget/Goal

$0.209

$0.210

$0.206

$0.225

$0.244

$0.217

$0.223

$0.228

$0.239

$0.217

$0.208

$0.209

YTD - ACTUAL

Prior Year - FY13

$0.208

$0.206

$0.196

$0.205

$0.206

$0.225

$0.207

$0.212

$0.218

$0.199

$0.260

$0.202

$0.243

YTD - BUDGET/GOAL

$0.212

YTD - PRIOR YEAR

$0.204

A - 2.3

$0.14

January-14

SUMMARY METRICS
Results as of January, 2014

(NTS) Cost Recovery Ratio

CRR YTD
Actual - FY14

Actual - FY14

Budget/Goal

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

Prior Year - FY13

110.0%

Core (NTS) Recovery Ratio

120.0%
110.0%
RASM/CASM

100.0%

Better

90.0%
80.0%
70.0%

100.0%
90.0%
80.0%
70.0%

60.0%
50.0%

60.0%
Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Actual - FY14

103.1%

97.3%

105.1%

77.2%

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Budget/Goal

98.1%

98.7%

96.0%

74.6%

75.2%

91.4%

90.4%

87.0%

86.6%

96.0%

95.9%

Prior Year - FY13

86.5%

90.8%

98.4%

77.1%

75.1%

91.8%

87.8%

87.9%

99.3%

74.4%

90.7%

Actual - FY14

95%

91.9%

Budget/Goal

92%

72.9%

Prior Year - FY13

88%

YTD (000's)

RIDERSHIP (000's)
Actual - FY14

Actual - FY14

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

11,000
10,000

2,800

9,000
# of Riders

2,600
# of Riders

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

3,000

Worse
2,400

8,000

2,200

7,000

2,000

6,000

1,800

January-14

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Actual - FY14

2,626

2,551

2,712

2,207

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Budget/Goal

2,683

2,624

2,641

2,245

2,210

2,720

2,716

2,798

2,781

2,882

2,819

2,486

Prior Year - FY13

2,529

2,502

2,555

2,236

2,213

2,810

2,653

2,797

2,798

2,901

2,847

2,435

A - 2.4

Jul

Aug

Sep

5,000

January-14

Actual - FY14

10,095

Budget/Goal

10,194

Prior Year - FY13

9,822

SUMMARY METRICS
Results as of January, 2014

YTD Average (000's)

Passenger Miles per Core employee (000's)


Actual - FY14

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

FY12 Avg

45
40

Worse
35
30
25
20

Avg

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

FY12 Avg

40

35

30

25

20

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Actual - FY14

32

30

34

26

Budget/Goal

30

30

32

27

25

34

31

33

35

37

36

30

Actual - FY14

30

Prior Year - FY13

30

30

32

27

25

34

31

34

37

39

38

30

Budget/Goal

30

Prior Year - FY13

30

FY12 Avg

32

FY11 Avg

32

FY12 Avg

32

FY11 Avg

32

Actual - FY14

Budget - FY12

Prior Year - FY13

FY12 Avg

Prior Year - FY13

FY12 Avg

65
Seat Miles/Core Employee

Seat Miles/Core Employee

Budget/Goal

FY11 Avg

70
65
60

Worse
55
50
45

January-14

YTD Average (000's)

Seat Miles per Core employee (000's)


Actual - FY14

60

55

50
Avg

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Actual - FY14

63

61

62

56

Budget - FY12

60

60

63

60

53

62

60

63

62

63

63

Prior Year - FY13

58

59

62

60

54

63

61

65

64

67

68

FY12 Avg

61

FY11 Avg

61

FY11 Avg

FY11 Avg

Passenger Miles/Core Employee

Passenger Miles/Core Employee

Actual - FY14

A - 2.5

Sep

January-14

Actual - FY14

60

59

Budget/Goal

61

62

Prior Year - FY13

60

FY12 Avg

61

FY11 Avg

61

FY11 Avg

SUMMARY METRICS
Results as of January, 2014

Average Load Factor


Actual - FY14

YTD

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13


Actual - FY14

Passenger Miles/Seat Miles

Passenger Miles/Seat Miles

70%

60%

50%

Better
40%

30%

Budget/Goal

50%

45%

40%

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Actual - FY14

50.1%

48.7%

55.1%

47.1%

Budget/Goal

50.8%

50.3%

51.8%

44.5%

47.3%

54.8%

51.6%

52.8%

57.4%

59.1%

56.7%

50.5%

Actual - FY14

50.4%

Prior Year - FY13

52.1%

50.4%

52.1%

44.5%

47.3%

54.8%

51.6%

52.8%

57.4%

58.2%

55.7%

48.9%

Budget/Goal

49.4%

Prior Year - FY13

49.8%

35%

Actual - FY14

January-14

YTD

ON TIME PERFORMANCE
Prior Year - FY13

Actual - FY14

90%

Prior Year - FY13

100%

85%
80%

% Trains on Time

% Trains on Time

Prior Year - FY13

55%

75%

Worse
70%
65%
60%

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Actual - FY14

78.5%

77.9%

73.5%

67.8%

Prior Year - FY13

82.6%

85.8%

86.0%

85.7%

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

87.9%

85.2%

84.3%

83.4%

75.9%

74.8%

78.1%

79.0%

A - 2.6

80%

60%

40%

20%

January-14

Actual - FY14

74.5%

Prior Year - FY13

85.0%

SUMMARY METRICS
Results as of January, 2014
YTD ($000's)

TICKET REVENUE ($000's)


Actual - FY14

Actual - FY14

Budget/Goal

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

Prior Year - FY13

$750,000

$220,000
$700,000

Ticket Revenue

Ticket Revenue

$200,000
$180,000
$160,000

$650,000

$600,000

Better
$140,000

$550,000

$120,000

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Actual - FY14

182,814

178,216

200,052

154,069

Budget/Goal

187,869

191,775

191,029

151,015

147,918

188,071

183,884

193,510

197,828

202,536

193,540

174,221

Prior Year - FY13

170,944

174,314

177,992

147,892

140,982

185,098

174,175

185,524

191,715

198,376

190,901

167,106

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

$500,000

Sep

$715,151

Budget/Goal

$721,688

Prior Year - FY13

$671,142

YTD

TICKET YIELD
Actual - FY14

January-14

Actual - FY14

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13


Actual - FY14

$0.3600

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

$0.3600

$0.3200

Ticket Rev/Psgr Mile

Ticket Rev/Psgr Mile

$0.3500
$0.3400

Better

$0.3000
$0.2800

$0.3400
$0.3300
$0.3200
$0.3100
$0.3000
$0.2900
$0.2800
$0.2700

$0.2600

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Actual - FY14

$0.3364

$0.3429

$0.3309

$0.3304

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Budget/Goal

$0.3486

$0.3561

$0.3302

$0.3160

$0.3296

$0.3117

$0.3361

$0.3245

$0.3118

$0.3066

$0.3043

$0.3257

Prior Year - FY13

$0.3170

$0.3260

$0.3085

$0.3094

$0.3141

$0.3068

$0.3184

$0.3111

$0.3021

$0.2944

$0.2960

$0.3244

A - 2.7

Jul

Aug

Sep

$0.2600

January-14

Actual - FY14

$0.3351

Budget/Goal

$0.3382

Prior Year - FY13

$0.3153

SUMMARY METRICS
Results as of January, 2014

YTD

Gallons per train mile


Actual - FY14

Budget/Goal

Prior Year - FY13

FY12 Avg

FY11 Avg
Actual - FY14

2.6
2.2

Prior Year - FY13

FY12

2.5

Fuel Gallons/Train Mile

Fuel Gallons/Train Mile

3.0

Budget/Goal

2.3

2.0

1.8

1.8

Worse
1.4

1.5
Avg

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Actual - FY14

2.1

2.3

2.2

2.5

Budget/Goal

2.4

2.3

2.2

2.2

2.4

2.2

2.2

2.1

2.1

2.2

2.1

Prior Year - FY13

2.3

2.3

2.4

2.2

2.4

2.1

2.3

2.3

2.1

2.3

2.3

2.3

2.2

Budget/Goal

2.3

2.3

Prior Year - FY13

2.3

FY12 Avg

2.3

FY12

2.2

FY11 Avg

2.2

FY11

2.3

YTD

Average Cost per diesel gallon


Actual - FY14

Budget/Goal

Actual - FY14

Prior Year - FY13

$5.00
Fuel Cost/Fuel Gallons

$4.00
$3.50
$3.00
$2.50
$2.00

Prior Year - FY13

$3.60
$3.40
$3.20
$3.00
$2.80
$2.60
$2.40

Worse

$1.50
$1.00

Budget/Goal

$3.80

$4.50
Fuel Cost/Fuel Gallons

January-14

Actual - FY14

$2.20
Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Actual - FY14

$3.21

$3.01

$3.01

$3.51

Budget/Goal

$3.37

$3.35

$3.31

Prior Year - FY13

$3.66

$3.41

$3.34

$2.00

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

$3.45

$3.44

$3.55

$3.47

$3.54

$3.46

$3.41

$3.49

$3.48

Actual - FY14

$3.19

$2.95

$3.74

$3.39

$3.59

$3.25

$3.23

$2.76

$3.02

$3.61

Budget/Goal

$3.37

Prior Year - FY13

$3.34

A - 2.8

January-14

FY11

RIDERSHIP
AND
REVENUE

Ticket Revenue and Ridership Summary January 2014


Beginning in FY14 Amtrak began counting ridership for multi-ride tickets with eTicketing rather than the
estimates used previously. With this change there will be a drop in reported ridership due to less trips
taken on a typical pass (mostly with Monthly passes) than was allocated in the old methodology. This
change will not impact ticket revenues. In order to have accurate ridership comparisons with last year,
some tables and reports will include an additional column of FY13 ridership that was re-stated using the
current method.
January FY14 ridership of 2.21 million trips was -4% (-1% adjusted) vs January FY13 and -2% compared
to Budget. January ticket revenues of $154.1 million were +4% vs last year and +2% vs Budget. Two
periods of severe winter weather impacted Northeast and Midwest services in January resulting in a net
ridership loss of nearly 32,000 trips worth $4.7 million in lost ticket revenues.
January FY14

Service

FY14

Ridership (millions)
FY13
FY14
% change FY14 vs
Actuals Adjusted* Budget Actuals Adj* Budget

Ticket Revenue ($ millions)


FY14

FY13

Budget

% change vs.
FY13 Budget

Amtrak Total

2.21

2.30

2.24

2.24

-4.0

-1.3

-1.7

$154.1

$147.7

$151.0

+4.3

+2.0

NEC Spine

0.83

0.85

0.84

0.83

-2.0

-0.9

+0.6

$85.1

$79.8

$80.4

+6.6

+5.8

Acela

0.24

0.26

0.26

0.26

-8.7

-8.7

-8.0

$39.7

$39.9

$40.6

-0.4

Northeast Regional

0.59

0.59

0.58

0.57

+1.2

+2.8

+4.7

$45.3

$39.6

$39.5 +14.5

+14.7

-2.2

State Corridors

1.06

1.11

1.06

1.08

-5.0

-0.2

-1.7

$34.0

$32.9

$33.9

+3.6

+0.4

Long Distance

0.32

0.34

0.34

0.34

-5.6

-5.7

-7.0

$35.0

$35.1

$36.7

-0.3

-4.8

January FY14 Amtrak on-time performance was 68%, -18 points vs January FY14. Acela OTP was 65%,
-20 points vs last year. Northeast Regional OTP was 65%, -22 points vs last year. OTP on state corridor
trains was 72%, -15 points vs last year. Long distance OTP in January was 51% which was -28 points vs
last January. January FY14 gasoline prices averaged $3.39/gallon nationwide, which is a slight increase
from last month, but the same as last January.
Fiscal year-to-date through January FY14, Amtrak ridership of 10.1 million trips was +% vs year ago
(+3% adjusted) but -1% vs Budget. Ticket revenues of $715 million were +7% vs YTD FY13 but -1% vs
Budget

October-January FY14

Service
Amtrak Total

FY14

Ridership (millions)
FY13
FY14
% change FY14 vs
Actuals Adjusted* Budget Actuals Adj* Budget

Ticket Revenue ($ millions)


FY14

FY13

Budget

% change vs.
FY13 Budget

10.10

10.06

9.82

10.19

+0.4

+2.8

-1.0

$715.2

$670.9

$721.7

+6.6

-0.9

NEC Spine

3.88

3.63

3.59

3.79

+6.9

+8.1

+2.4

$393.8

$354.1

$385.7 +11.2

+2.1

Acela

1.16

1.05

1.05

1.13 +10.6

+10.6

+3.1

$189.9

$168.7

$185.8 +12.6

+2.2

Northeast Regional

2.70

2.57

2.53

2.65

+5.1

+6.8

+1.8

$203.1

$184.7

$199.2 +10.0

+1.9

State Corridors

4.75

4.92

4.72

4.86

-3.3

+0.8

-2.2

$159.6

$154.6

$164.1

+3.2

-2.8

Long Distance

1.46

1.51

1.52

1.54

-3.4

-3.5

-5.2

$161.8

$162.2

$171.8

-0.2

-5.8

A - 3.1

Acela
The severe winter weather in January, which caused over 130 Acela frequencies to be cancelled and
numerous others truncated, resulted in an estimated 33,000 trips worth nearly $5.4 million in lost ticket
revenues on Acela for the month. Due to the weather-related impacts, Acela ridership in January FY14
was -9% vs last year and -8% vs Budget. Ticket revenues ended slightly below last year (-%) and were
-2% vs Budget. Some of these lost trips were diverted to Northeast Regional. Ridership south of New
York was -10% vs last year with approximate equal declines in the segments top markets of NY-DC (9%) and NY-Philadelphia (-10%). Ridership north of New York was -3% vs last January and includes
the top market of NY-Boston which had a small pick-up in year-over-year demand (+2%). Acela
business class ridership was -10% vs last year. First class ridership was -1% vs January FY13

Acela Year-over-Year % Change

st

1 Half FY13
nd
2 Half FY13
October FY14
November FY14
December FY14
January FY14

Ridership
Year Ago
Budget
-3%
-6%
0%
-5%
+18%
+7%
+16%
0%
+16%
+13%
-9%
-8%

Ticket Revenues
Year Ago
Budget
+4%
-2%
+5%
-4%
+17%
+3%
+13%
-4%
+20%
+14%
-%
-2%

Northeast Regional
Northeast Regionals performance was strong in January due in part to the diversion of trips from
cancelled Acela service as well as the diversion of airline trips in some markets. Due the impacts of the
winter weather on these other services, an estimated 24,000 trips worth nearly $2.0 million in ticket
revenues were gained on Northeast Regional in January. Ridership in January was up 3% (adjusted) vs
last year and was +4% vs Budget. Ticket revenues on Northeast Regional were up 15% vs both last year
and Budget. Overall ridership south of New York was on par with last year. While the top markets in
this segment including NY-DC (+11%) and NY-Philadelphia (+12%) increased vs last January, these
gains were offset by declines in smaller southend markets including DC-Baltimore (-34%) and DC-BWI
(-28%). Ridership on the northend was up 9% with the top market of NY-Boston increasing 36% vs last
January

Northeast Regional Year-over-Year % Change

st

1 Half FY13
nd
2 Half FY13
October FY14
November FY14
December FY14
January FY14

Ridership
Year Ago Year Ago (adj.)*
0%
+1%
+4%
+6%
+7%
+9%
+7%
+9%
+1%
+3%

* Accounts for the change in multi-ride reporting

A - 3.2

Budget
-2%
-2%
-2%
0%
+5%
+5%

Ticket Revenues
Year Ago
Budget
+9%
+4%
+3%
-3%
+7%
-2%
+5%
-7%
+15%
+6%
+15%
+15%

State Corridors
January FY14 ridership on state corridor routes was -5% vs last year (0% adjusted) but -2% vs Budget.
Ticket revenues were +4% vs last year and slightly ahead (+%) of Budget. The cold weather in early
January combined with the winter storm later in the month had a combined impact of about 13,000 lost
trips worth nearly $400,000 in lost ticket revenues on cancelled state corridor trains, mostly in the
Midwest. Other than the severe winter weather, no major trackwork or other service disruptions impacted
this business line in January. Ridership on some state corridor routes performed well in January including
the Pacific Surfliner (+5%), Blue Water (+15%), and Pennsylvanian (+19%). Competitive low-cost bus
service continues to impact certain markets, especially on Midwest state corridor trains
State Corridor Year-over-Year % Change

st

1 Half FY13
nd
2 Half FY13
October FY14
November FY14
December FY14
January FY14

Ridership
Year Ago Year Ago (adj.)
+3%
+2%
-4%
0%
-5%
-2%
+2%
+5%
-5%
0%

Budget
0%
-1%
-4%
-3%
+1%
-2%

Ticket Revenues
Year Ago
Budget
+6%
+1%
+3%
-4%
0%
-7%
-3%
-7%
+12%
+2%
+4%
+%

* Accounts for the change in multi-ride reporting

Long Distance
January FY14 long distance train ridership was -6% vs last year and -7% vs Budget. Ticket revenues on
long distance trains were slightly below last year and -5% vs Budget. An estimated 9,300 trips worth
more than $900,000 in ticket revenues were lost on long distance trains due to weather-related impacts in
January. Most of these losses were on routes to/from Chicago. However, despite the weather impacts,
demand continued to be weak on most long distance trains in January with poor on-time performance
continuing on most of these routes. Of the fifteen long distance routes, only the Auto Train (+3%) and
Crescent (+1%) are ahead of ticket revenue budget year-to-date. Year-to-date long distance coach
ridership is down 4%. Sleeper ridership year-to-date is down 1%...
Long Distance Year-over-Year % Change

st

1 Half FY13
nd
2 Half FY13
October FY14
November FY14
December FY14
January FY14

Ridership
Year Ago
Budget
+1%
-1%
0%
-2%
-1%
-5%
-8%
-9%
+1%
-1%
-6%
-7%

A - 3.3

Ticket Revenues
Year Ago
Budget
+3%
-1%
+1%
-4%
+2%
-6%
-8%
-12%
+4%
-1%
-%
-5%

Confidential/Proprietary/Deliberative Process Materials

January FY14

NEC Spine

Ridership
FY13
FY14
Actuals
Adjusted*
Budget

FY14

% chg. FY14 vs
Actuals
Adj.*
Budget

Ticket Revenue
FY14
FY13
Budget

FY14

% chg. FY14 vs
FY13
Budget

1 - Acela

235,744

258,289

258,289

256,228

-8.7

-8.7

-8.0

$39,730,830

$39,903,769

$40,611,081

-0.4

-2.2

5 - Northeast Regional

594,221

586,942

578,112

567,658

+1.2

+2.8

+4.7

$45,304,484

$39,579,756

$39,481,943

+14.5

+14.7

99 - Special Trains

60

1,450

1,450

1,465

-95.9

-95.9

-95.9

$22,000

$270,250

$278,360

-91.9

-92.1

830,025

846,681

837,851

825,351

-2.0

-0.9

+0.6

$85,057,314

$79,753,775

$80,371,384

+6.6

+5.8

3 - Ethan Allen

3,967

3,617

3,617

3,654

+9.7

+9.7

+8.6

$222,387

$198,641

$205,047

+12.0

+8.5

4 - Vermonter

7,057

6,122

6,122

6,448

+15.3

+15.3

+9.4

$456,997

$371,474

$397,799

+23.0

+14.9

7 - Albany-Niagara Falls-Toronto

31,449

28,481

28,481

28,908

+10.4

+10.4

+8.8

$1,842,771

$1,623,291

$1,682,396

+13.5

+9.5

9 - Downeaster

36,100

38,946

35,066

35,651

-7.3

+2.9

+1.3

$588,597

$557,145

$565,505

+5.6

+4.1

12 - New Haven-Springfield

27,210

29,137

28,647

28,938

-6.6

-5.0

-6.0

$894,281

$822,965

$847,925

+8.7

+5.5

14 - Keystone

95,818

114,367

98,387

100,147

-16.2

-2.6

-4.3

$2,710,077

$2,568,351

$2,649,853

+5.5

+2.3

15 - Empire (NYP-ALB)

82,020

80,402

78,752

79,958

+2.0

+4.1

+2.6

$3,362,837

$3,226,212

$3,337,989

+4.2

+0.7

20 - Chicago-St. Louis (Lincoln Service)

41,276

46,380

46,070

45,785

-11.0

-10.4

-9.8

$1,083,988

$1,072,538

$1,112,333

+1.1

-2.5

21 - Hiawatha

51,971

57,988

54,038

54,618

-10.4

-3.8

-4.8

$1,106,350

$1,132,345

$1,167,044

-2.3

-5.2

22 - Wolverine

35,069

35,003

35,003

35,354

+0.2

+0.2

-0.8

$1,428,139

$1,278,985

$1,318,805

+11.7

+8.3

23 - Chicago-Carbondale (Illini/Saluki)

22,394

25,555

25,555

25,251

-12.4

-12.4

-11.3

$629,024

$666,984

$688,785

-5.7

-8.7

24 - Chicago-Quincy (IL Zephyr/Carl Sandburg)

13,408

15,752

15,752

15,553

-14.9

-14.9

-13.8

$338,694

$373,556

$386,645

-9.3

-12.4

Subtotal
State Supported

29 - Heartland Flyer

4,675

4,614

4,624

4,683

+1.3

+1.1

-0.2

$119,721

$117,547

$120,299

+1.8

-0.5

35 - Pacific Surfliner

203,414

197,077

193,117

197,711

+3.2

+5.3

+2.9

$4,615,208

$4,311,713

$4,478,150

+7.0

+3.1

36 - Cascades

49,652

51,572

50,682

52,200

-3.7

-2.0

-4.9

$1,644,666

$1,711,638

$1,823,512

-3.9

-9.8

110,148

136,201

115,061

117,373

-19.1

-4.3

-6.2

$2,064,675

$2,161,406

$2,236,557

-4.5

-7.7

39 - San Joaquin

86,739

89,097

87,637

89,864

-2.6

-1.0

-3.5

$2,740,630

$2,866,635

$2,993,263

-4.4

-8.4

40 - Adirondack

9,380

9,013

9,013

9,103

+4.1

+4.1

+3.0

$523,876

$493,529

$508,434

+6.1

+3.0
+25.5

37 - Capitol Corridor

41 - Blue Water

14,432

12,513

12,513

12,639

+15.3

+15.3

+14.2

$470,021

$363,023

$374,480

+29.5

46 - Washington-Lynchburg

12,520

12,851

12,851

13,099

-2.6

-2.6

-4.4

$813,179

$770,634

$797,099

+5.5

+2.0

47 - Washington-Newport News

23,301

39,248

38,868

22,948

-40.6

-40.1

+1.5

$1,459,679

$2,063,768

$1,395,122

-29.3

+4.6

50 - Washington-Norfolk

10,212

10,107

10,107

9,784

+1.0

+1.0

+4.4

$509,673

476,086

$463,389

+7.1

+10.0

51 - Washington-Richmond

13,185

15,225

-13.4

$635,086

$656,049

-3.2

2,449

2,384

2,384

2,408

+2.7

+2.7

+1.7

$58,928

$58,379

$60,120

+0.9

-2.0

56 - Kansas City-St. Louis (MO River Runner)

12,359

12,125

12,155

12,337

+1.9

+1.7

+0.2

$342,807

$322,955

$334,425

+6.1

+2.5

57 - Pennsylvanian

17,719

14,958

14,878

15,028

+18.5

+19.1

+17.9

$893,076

$674,488

$695,285

+32.4

+28.4

65 - Pere Marquette

6,814

7,376

7,376

7,450

-7.6

-7.6

-8.5

$214,588

$215,540

$222,147

-0.4

-3.4

66 - Carolinian

21,662

22,062

22,202

22,321

-1.8

-2.4

-3.0

$1,340,915

$1,290,352

$1,313,176

+3.9

+2.1

67 - Piedmont

12,324

11,449

12,269

12,647

+7.6

+0.4

-2.6

$250,102

$229,603

$241,875

+8.9

+3.4

$671,163

$830,478

$834,628

-19.2

-19.6

54 - Hoosier State

74-81, 85 - Buses
96 - Special Trains

$0

$0

$0

1,058,724

1,114,397

1,061,227

1,077,085

-5.0

-0.2

-1.7

$34,032,136

$32,850,263

$33,908,138

31,319

30,890

30,890

32,559

+1.4

+1.4

-3.8

$2,647,479

$2,451,485

$2,605,571

+8.0

+1.6

7,426

7,856

7,856

8,062

-5.5

-5.5

-7.9

$495,323

$555,472

$572,835

-10.8

-13.5

19 - Silver Meteor

25,648

24,781

24,781

27,790

+3.5

+3.5

-7.7

$2,930,897

$2,655,501

$3,047,257

+10.4

-3.8

25 - Empire Builder

31,560

39,784

39,784

39,653

-20.7

-20.7

-20.4

$3,098,175

$3,851,305

$4,016,244

-19.6

-22.9

26 - Capitol Ltd.

16,328

15,708

15,708

15,333

+3.9

+3.9

+6.5

$1,311,715

$1,378,198

$1,362,335

-4.8

-3.7

27 - California Zephyr

26,316

27,210

27,210

27,770

-3.3

-3.3

-5.2

$2,931,609

$2,824,915

$3,037,241

+3.8

-3.5

28 - Southwest Chief

22,815

24,341

24,341

24,294

-6.3

-6.3

-6.1

$2,645,319

$2,753,416

$2,881,744

-3.9

-8.2

30 - City of New Orleans

16,650

18,021

18,021

17,948

-7.6

-7.6

-7.2

$1,315,479

$1,438,187

$1,498,935

-8.5

-12.2

32 - Texas Eagle

22,305

23,559

23,869

24,063

-5.3

-6.6

-7.3

$1,710,462

$1,885,477

$1,991,600

-9.3

-14.1

33 - Sunset Ltd.

7,237

7,399

7,399

7,471

-2.2

-2.2

-3.1

$794,092

$831,578

$877,054

-4.5

-9.5

34 - Coast Starlight

32,013

35,303

35,303

35,553

-9.3

-9.3

-10.0

$2,637,730

$2,604,632

$2,729,895

+1.3

-3.4

45 - Lake Shore Ltd.

23,102

27,022

27,022

26,885

-14.5

-14.5

-14.1

$1,831,459

$2,019,630

$2,052,928

-9.3

-10.8

48 - Palmetto

13,688

14,940

14,940

14,644

-8.4

-8.4

-6.5

$1,108,582

$1,218,769

$1,218,183

-9.0

-9.0

52 - Crescent

19,283

18,382

18,382

18,261

+4.9

+4.9

+5.6

$2,109,529

$1,932,231

$1,958,609

+9.2

+7.7

Subtotal

+3.6

+0.4

Long Distance
16 - Silver Star
18 - Cardinal

63 - Auto Train
Subtotal

Amtrak Total

22,375

21,773

21,773

21,895

+2.8

+2.8

+2.2

$7,411,237

$6,673,134

$6,884,859

+11.1

+7.6

318,065

336,969

337,279

342,181

-5.6

-5.7

-7.0

$34,979,087

$35,073,931

$36,735,291

-0.3

-4.8

2,206,814

2,298,047

2,236,357

2,244,617

-4.0

-1.3

-1.7

$154,068,537

$147,677,968

$151,014,812

+4.3

+2.0

* In FY14, Amtrak began counting actual lifted ridership for multi-ride tickets (due to eTicketing), rather than the estimated multi-ride ridership used previously. To ensure accurate
comparisons, an additional FY13 ridership column has been included in this report with data re-stated using this same method. This change has no impact on ticket revenues.

A - 3.4
Amtrak Market Research and Analysis

Confidential/Proprietary/Deliberative Process Materials

October-January FY14

NEC Spine

Ridership
FY13
FY14
Actuals
Adjusted*
Budget

FY14

% chg. FY14 vs
Actuals
Adj.*
Budget

FY14

Ticket Revenue
FY14
FY13
Budget

% chg. FY14 vs
FY13
Budget

1 - Acela

1,164,149

1,052,916

1,052,916

1,129,010

+10.6

+10.6

+3.1

$189,930,878

$168,695,960

$185,777,502

+12.6

+2.2

5 - Northeast Regional

2,702,213

2,569,990

2,529,420

2,653,548

+5.1

+6.8

+1.8

$203,072,460

$184,669,483

$199,208,977

+10.0

+1.9

+105.3

+103.2

+8.1

+2.4

99 - Special Trains

10,852

5,287

5,287

3,877,214

3,628,193

3,587,623

3,787,898

3 - Ethan Allen

17,651

16,664

16,664

17,840

+5.9

+5.9

-1.1

$973,025

$907,375

$988,090

+7.2

-1.5

4 - Vermonter

32,897

28,680

28,680

31,547

+14.7

+14.7

+4.3

$2,064,366

$1,781,162

$1,986,320

+15.9

+3.9

7 - Albany-Niagara Falls-Toronto

136,980

128,418

128,418

136,231

+6.7

+6.7

+0.5

$8,398,461

$7,653,721

$8,300,126

+9.7

+1.2

9 - Downeaster

167,555

174,431

159,091

164,348

-3.9

+5.3

+2.0

$2,740,190

$2,519,665

$2,613,294

+8.8

+4.9

12 - New Haven-Springfield

127,143

130,027

127,977

133,417

-2.2

-0.7

-4.7

$4,255,528

$4,056,077

$4,333,531

+4.9

-1.8

14 - Keystone

438,990

481,813

420,753

440,817

-8.9

+4.3

-0.4

$13,057,017

$11,757,409

$12,777,881

+11.1

+2.2

15 - Empire (NYP-ALB)

376,194

339,888

334,588

365,771

+10.7

+12.4

+2.8

$15,735,183

$14,020,425

$15,678,676

+12.2

+0.4

20 - Chicago-St. Louis (Lincoln Service)

206,892

212,256

211,066

205,337

-2.5

-2.0

+0.8

$5,500,271

$5,260,117

$5,426,944

+4.6

+1.4

21 - Hiawatha

254,674

262,355

247,995

250,619

-2.9

+2.7

+1.6

$5,341,638

$5,213,566

$5,374,585

+2.5

-0.6

22 - Wolverine

150,594

161,340

161,340

155,253

-6.7

-6.7

-3.0

$6,193,387

$6,319,440

$6,257,821

-2.0

-1.0

23 - Chicago-Carbondale (Illini/Saluki)

-5.1

Subtotal

5,340 +105.3
+6.9

$763,372

$716,280

$737,770

+6.6

+3.5

$393,766,710

$354,081,724

$385,724,250

+11.2

+2.1

State Supported

109,553

113,803

113,803

111,828

-3.7

-3.7

-2.0

$3,351,895

$3,370,415

$3,532,982

-0.5

24 - Chicago-Quincy (IL Zephyr/Carl Sandburg)

72,404

76,531

76,531

75,112

-5.4

-5.4

-3.6

$1,941,151

$1,978,221

$2,080,962

-1.9

-6.7

29 - Heartland Flyer

24,608

24,846

24,886

25,055

-1.0

-1.1

-1.8

$616,486

$607,403

$635,807

+1.5

-3.0

35 - Pacific Surfliner

822,064

840,276

829,246

848,777

-2.2

-0.9

-3.1

$20,084,970

$19,765,330

$20,515,755

+1.6

-2.1

36 - Cascades

234,625

240,878

237,888

248,112

-2.6

-1.4

-5.4

$8,470,400

$8,651,146

$9,372,719

-2.1

-9.6

37 - Capitol Corridor

465,618

566,305

486,265

496,032

-17.8

-4.2

-6.1

$8,990,660

$9,488,281

$9,826,370

-5.2

-8.5

39 - San Joaquin

383,746

393,247

387,857

397,687

-2.4

-1.1

-3.5

$12,820,496

$13,544,577

$14,139,068

-5.3

-9.3

40 - Adirondack

40,433

38,232

38,232

41,443

+5.8

+5.8

-2.4

$2,238,109

$2,059,105

$2,271,300

+8.7

-1.5

41 - Blue Water

62,201

56,612

56,612

57,180

+9.9

+9.9

+8.8

$2,130,828

$1,884,667

$1,939,168

+13.1

+9.9
+3.0

46 - Washington-Lynchburg

62,842

59,783

59,783

63,078

+5.1

+5.1

-0.4

$4,439,093

$4,007,751

$4,307,736

+10.8

116,543

192,113

190,593

117,532

-39.3

-38.9

-0.8

$7,700,027

$11,244,370

$7,758,113

-31.5

50 - Washington-Norfolk

48,358

25,007

25,007

46,314

+93.4

+93.4

+4.4

$2,575,372

$1,242,947

51 - Washington-Richmond

61,771

66,982

-7.8

$3,258,818

$3,421,545

54 - Hoosier State

11,124

12,518

12,518

12,643

-11.1

-11.1

-12.0

$273,208

$316,834

$326,124

47 - Washington-Newport News

$2,573,675 +107.2

-0.7
+0.1

-4.8

-13.8

-16.2

56 - Kansas City-St. Louis (MO River Runner)

60,145

61,123

61,253

62,171

-1.6

-1.8

-3.3

$1,791,386

$1,768,579

$1,829,664

+1.3

-2.1

57 - Pennsylvanian

78,400

71,488

71,168

73,198

+9.7

+10.2

+7.1

$4,084,749

$3,522,302

$3,693,465

+16.0

+10.6

65 - Pere Marquette

31,811

33,932

33,932

34,272

-6.3

-6.3

-7.2

$1,002,666

$1,053,149

$1,083,646

-4.8

-7.5

66 - Carolinian

92,842

101,221

101,791

106,077

-8.3

-8.8

-12.5

$5,629,207

$6,052,389

$6,388,810

-7.0

-11.9

67 - Piedmont

60,127

59,238

62,298

64,253

+1.5

-3.5

-6.4

$1,198,036

$1,175,018

$1,234,380

+2.0

-2.9

$2,457,065

$2,758,568

$2,784,418

-10.9

-11.8

74-81, 85 - Buses
96 - Special Trains
Subtotal

6,102

12,850

12,850

12,979

-52.5

-52.5

-53.0

$247,870

$658,011

$677,751

-62.3

-63.4

4,754,887

4,915,875

4,719,085

4,861,905

-3.3

+0.8

-2.2

$159,561,558

$154,638,021

$164,130,727

+3.2

-2.8

135,893

139,752

139,752

146,256

-2.8

-2.8

-7.1

$11,653,104

$11,383,882

$12,291,402

+2.4

-5.2

35,604

35,942

35,942

38,412

-0.9

-0.9

-7.3

$2,484,227

$2,486,531

$2,749,660

-0.1

-9.7

Long Distance
16 - Silver Star
18 - Cardinal
19 - Silver Meteor

115,073

117,496

117,496

123,152

-2.1

-2.1

-6.6

$12,742,295

$12,437,142

$13,537,610

+2.5

-5.9

25 - Empire Builder

151,400

170,958

170,958

170,346

-11.4

-11.4

-11.1

$17,031,206

$18,834,330

$19,681,985

-9.6

-13.5

26 - Capitol Ltd.

74,513

71,402

71,402

72,236

+4.4

+4.4

+3.2

$6,413,870

$6,472,177

$6,795,728

-0.9

-5.6

27 - California Zephyr

113,024

118,809

118,809

121,232

-4.9

-4.9

-6.8

$14,095,102

$14,317,374

$15,384,097

-1.6

-8.4

28 - Southwest Chief

110,909

114,280

114,280

114,018

-2.9

-2.9

-2.7

$13,509,946

$13,703,297

$14,357,506

-1.4

-5.9

78,244

81,203

81,203

80,879

-3.6

-3.6

-3.3

$6,387,855

$6,732,335

$7,013,717

-5.1

-8.9

32 - Texas Eagle

103,211

108,820

110,010

110,952

-5.2

-6.2

-7.0

$8,193,727

$8,592,997

$9,076,544

-4.6

-9.7

33 - Sunset Ltd.

32,425

32,960

32,960

33,278

-1.6

-1.6

-2.6

$3,877,193

$3,834,052

$4,049,305

+1.1

-4.3

34 - Coast Starlight

143,449

153,743

153,743

154,625

-6.7

-6.7

-7.2

$12,911,965

$13,152,507

$13,822,144

-1.8

-6.6

45 - Lake Shore Ltd.

-7.6

30 - City of New Orleans

118,514

125,317

125,317

127,623

-5.4

-5.4

-7.1

$10,070,010

$10,307,404

$10,892,794

-2.3

48 - Palmetto

66,521

66,906

66,906

68,818

-0.6

-0.6

-3.3

$5,661,453

$5,754,455

$6,105,098

-1.6

-7.3

52 - Crescent

98,000

92,419

92,419

96,277

+6.0

+6.0

+1.8

$10,769,448

$9,911,617

$10,710,788

+8.7

+0.5

63 - Auto Train
Subtotal

Amtrak Total

86,321

84,456

84,456

85,877

+2.2

+2.2

+0.5

$26,020,975

$24,287,988

$25,364,794

+7.1

+2.6

1,463,101

1,514,463

1,515,653

1,543,981

-3.4

-3.5

-5.2

$161,822,375

$162,208,090

$171,833,174

-0.2

-5.8

9,822,361 10,193,784

+0.4

+2.8

-1.0

$715,150,643

$670,927,834

$721,688,150

+6.6

-0.9

10,095,202 10,058,531

* In FY14, Amtrak began counting actual lifted ridership for multi-ride tickets (due to eTicketing), rather than the estimated multi-ride ridership used previously. To ensure accurate
comparisons, an additional FY13 ridership column has been included in this report with data re-stated using this same method. This change has no impact on ticket revenues.

A - 3.5
Amtrak Market Research and Analysis

Confidential/Proprietary/Deliberative Process Materials

Amtrak Long Distance Ridership & Ticket Revenues, FY14 vs FY13


(Sleeper Class Only)

January

Ridership
FY14

16 - Silver Star

Ticket Revenue

FY13

% Chg.

FY14

FY13

% Chg.

2,528

2,316

+9.2

$668,203

$589,754

+13.3

505

457

+10.5

$108,114

$97,558

+10.8

19 - Silver Meteor

3,080

2,931

+5.1

$868,608

$815,116

+6.6

25 - Empire Builder

4,138

4,937

-16.2

$1,055,267

$1,267,050

-16.7

26 - Capitol Ltd.

3,051

3,052

-0.0

$537,909

$551,651

-2.5

27 - California Zephyr

4,309

4,198

+2.6

$1,256,415

$1,142,339

+10.0

28 - Southwest Chief

3,594

3,706

-3.0

$1,072,962

$1,046,150

+2.6

30 - City of New Orleans

2,470

2,586

-4.5

$392,683

$400,733

-2.0

32 - Texas Eagle

2,343

2,636

-11.1

$533,921

$601,786

-11.3

33 - Sunset Ltd.

1,282

1,315

-2.5

$339,077

$355,901

-4.7

34 - Coast Starlight

4,775

4,511

+5.9

$1,038,801

$949,260

+9.4

45 - Lake Shore Ltd.

2,181

2,137

+2.1

$508,429

$503,575

+1.0

52 - Crescent

1,765

1,733

+1.8

$451,397

$422,162

+6.9

63 - Auto Train

9,404

9,266

+1.5

$2,937,185

$2,717,756

+8.1

45,425

45,781

-0.8

$11,768,970

$11,460,791

+2.7

18 - Cardinal

Total

October-January

Ridership
FY14

16 - Silver Star

FY13

Ticket Revenue
% Chg.

FY14

FY13

% Chg.

11,074

10,597

+4.5

$2,597,928

$2,769,439

-6.2

2,278

2,073

+9.9

$476,209

$554,060

-14.1

19 - Silver Meteor

14,020

13,402

+4.6

$3,702,241

$3,879,879

-4.6

25 - Empire Builder

22,458

23,921

-6.1

$7,070,661

$6,740,428

+4.9

26 - Capitol Ltd.

13,991

13,696

+2.2

$2,827,127

$2,813,061

+0.5

27 - California Zephyr

19,625

20,548

-4.5

$6,688,722

$6,669,308

+0.3

28 - Southwest Chief

18,306

18,718

-2.2

$5,719,738

$5,805,120

-1.5

30 - City of New Orleans

10,913

11,771

-7.3

$1,917,598

$1,866,102

+2.8

32 - Texas Eagle

11,970

12,541

-4.6

$2,785,236

$2,764,195

+0.8

33 - Sunset Ltd.

6,010

5,905

+1.8

$1,674,862

$1,729,056

-3.1

34 - Coast Starlight

22,190

22,711

-2.3

$5,316,808

$5,378,413

-1.1

45 - Lake Shore Ltd.

11,764

10,779

+9.1

$2,907,423

$3,071,284

-5.3

9,168

9,274

-1.1

$2,392,740

$2,538,059

-5.7

36,368

35,403

+2.7

$10,053,037

$10,556,436

-4.8

210,135

211,339

-0.6

$56,130,331

$57,134,840

-1.8

18 - Cardinal

52 - Crescent
63 - Auto Train
Total

Amtrak Market Research and Analysis

A - 3.6

ACTUAL ANALYSIS
TO
BUDGET

NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION


Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2014
For the Month of JAN, 2014
Operating Business View

($ thousands)
REVENUES:
Passenger Related:
Ticket Revenue
Food & Beverage
State Supported Train Revenue
Total Passenger Related Revenue
Commuter Revenue
Other:
Reimbursable Revenue
Commercial Development
Other Transportation
Freight Access Fees & Other
Total Other Revenue

2014 JAN
Actual

2014 JAN
Budget

For the Month


2013 JAN
Actual

$150,438
9,652
19,223
179,313

$147,133
9,413
20,965
177,510

$143,949
9,394
15,771
169,114

14,241

10,497

17,852
6,485
11,585
5,171

13,840
6,322
12,143
4,430

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

2014 YTD
Actual

2014 YTD
Budget

For the Year to Date


2013 YTD
Actual

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

$3,305
239
(1,742)
1,803

$6,489
258
3,452
10,199

$700,109
39,062
78,932
818,103

$705,002
41,079
83,859
829,939

$654,576
40,050
66,744
761,370

($4,893)
(2,017)
(4,927)
(11,836)

10,151

3,744

4,090

43,043

41,119

36,199

1,924

12,302
9,400
10,416
4,591

4,012
163
(558)
741

5,550
(2,915)
1,169
580

75,823
34,919
46,790
19,270

55,388
25,094
48,381
16,391

39,279
29,166
46,522
23,704

20,435
9,825
(1,591)
2,879

$45,533
(988)
12,188
56,733

FY 2014
Forecast

FY 2014
Budget

Forecast Year End


FY 2013
Last Year

$2,149,448
122,240
246,649
2,518,337

$2,154,340
124,257
251,576
2,530,173

$2,056,227
123,415
187,083
2,366,725

6,844

125,460

123,536

36,544
5,753
268
(4,434)

221,595
75,487
144,207
51,918

168,858
74,334
145,799
50,040

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

($4,892)
(2,017)
(4,927)
(11,836)

$93,221
(1,175)
59,566
151,612

112,230

1,924

13,230

189,413
84,313
141,627
60,279

52,737
1,153
(1,592)
1,878

32,182
(8,826)
2,580
(8,361)

41,093

36,735

36,709

4,358

4,384

176,802

145,254

138,671

31,548

38,131

493,207

439,031

475,632

54,176

17,575

Total Operating Revenue

234,647

224,742

215,974

9,905

18,673

1,037,948

1,016,312

936,240

21,636

101,708

3,137,004

3,092,740

2,954,587

44,264

182,417

EXPENSES:
Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
Salaries
Wages & Overtime
Employee Benefits Expenses
Employee Related
Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits
Train Operations
Fuel, Power, & Utilities
Materials
Facility, Communication, & Office
Advertising & Sales
Casualty & Other Claims
Depreciation
Amort of Gain on Sale/Leaseback
Depreciation, net of amortization
Other Expenses
Indirect Costs Capitalized to P&E

25,724
101,645
58,989
1,834
188,192
21,300
34,724
18,423
17,853
6,010
5,168
57,852
(343)
57,509
31,703
(10,972)

27,381
98,189
57,798
2,770
186,137
23,392
34,041
16,170
14,496
6,951
5,636
59,266
(340)
58,925
29,275
(11,932)

25,088
92,698
54,988
2,143
174,917
24,783
30,552
14,830
17,295
8,104
3,603
58,444
(81)
58,363
28,585
(8,734)

1,657
(3,456)
(1,191)
936
(2,055)
2,092
(683)
(2,253)
(3,357)
941
468
1,414
3
1,416
(2,428)
(960)

(636)
(8,947)
(4,001)
309
(13,275)
3,483
(4,172)
(3,593)
(558)
2,094
(1,565)
592
262
854
(3,118)
2,238

96,947
375,607
188,379
8,159
669,092
83,612
119,139
68,977
59,763
29,137
21,242
230,304
(1,372)
228,932
128,018
(43,543)

98,614
376,738
197,108
10,914
683,374
94,092
127,658
66,382
56,575
31,540
22,544
235,783
(1,360)
234,422
116,663
(45,814)

91,736
362,980
210,176
8,937
673,829
95,193
124,945
67,620
57,199
28,793
22,246
225,720
(1,102)
224,618
99,766
(31,961)

1,667
1,131
8,729
2,755
14,282
10,480
8,519
(2,595)
(3,188)
2,403
1,302
5,479
12
5,490
(11,355)
(2,271)

(5,211)
(12,627)
21,797
778
4,737
11,581
5,806
(1,357)
(2,564)
(344)
1,004
(4,584)
270
(4,314)
(28,252)
11,582

301,586
1,111,942
668,153
31,437
2,113,118
281,581
372,371
208,148
178,733
97,755
62,554
712,104
(4,092)
708,012
409,710
(141,676)

301,024
1,110,870
702,031
33,754
2,147,680
295,627
380,568
205,397
173,642
98,647
54,862
717,583
(4,081)
713,502
346,380
(141,537)

271,863
1,078,324
716,128
30,015
2,096,330
271,974
370,131
185,073
181,437
95,013
66,578
669,366
(3,791)
665,575
372,476
(126,390)

(562)
(1,072)
33,878
2,317
34,562
14,046
8,197
(2,751)
(5,091)
892
(7,692)
5,479
11
5,490
(63,330)
139

(29,723)
(33,618)
47,975
(1,422)
(16,788)
(9,607)
(2,240)
(23,075)
2,704
(2,742)
4,024
(42,738)
301
(42,437)
(37,234)
15,286

Total Expense
Operating Income (Loss)

369,910
(135,263)

363,092
(138,350)

352,298
(136,324)

(6,818)
3,087

(17,612)
1,061

1,364,370
(326,422)

1,387,437
(371,125)

1,362,248
(426,008)

23,068
44,703

(2,121)
99,586

4,290,306
(1,153,302)

4,274,768
(1,182,028)

4,178,197
(1,223,610)

(15,538)
28,726

(112,109)
70,308

(5,839)
(176)
4,540
0
(1,475)

0
(191)
5,290
0
5,099

0
(329)
4,737
0
4,408

5,839
(15)
750
0
6,574

5,839
(153)
197
0
5,883

(29,229)
(687)
17,565
0
(12,351)

0
(759)
22,014
0
21,254

0
(20,604)
21,659
0
1,055

29,229
(72)
4,449
0
33,605

29,229
(19,917)
4,094
0
13,406

(20,557)
(2,218)
58,423
0
35,648

0
(2,290)
62,872
0
60,581

(21,238)
(2,371)
58,917
5,722
41,030

20,557
(72)
4,449
0
24,933

(681)
(153)
494
5,722
5,382

Loss from Continuing Operations


Discontinued Operations
Net Loss

(133,788)
0
(133,788)

(143,449)
0
(143,449)

(140,732)
0
(140,732)

9,661
0
9,661

6,944
0
6,944

(314,071)
0
(314,071)

(392,379)
0
(392,379)

(427,063)
0
(427,063)

78,308
0
78,308

112,992
0
112,992

(1,188,950)
0
(1,188,950)

(1,242,610)
0
(1,242,610)

(1,264,640)
0
(1,264,640)

53,660
0
53,660

75,690
0
75,690

Adjustments (1)
Adjusted Income or (Loss)

65,382
($68,406)

74,319
($69,130)

77,091
($63,641)

(8,937)
$724

(11,709)
($4,765)

261,054
($53,017)

296,335
($96,045)

280,909
($146,154)

(35,280)
$43,028

(19,855)
$93,137

860,135
($328,815)

898,468
($344,141)

905,808
($358,832)

(38,333)
$15,326

(45,673)
$30,017

$215,974
3,426
219,400
352,298
(132,898)
4,408
(137,306)
0
($137,306)

$9,905
2,835
12,741
(6,818)
5,924
6,574
12,498
0
$12,498

$18,673
2,969
21,642
(17,612)
4,032
5,883
9,915
0
$9,915

$1,037,948
21,427
1,059,375
1,364,370
(304,995)
(12,351)
(292,644)
0
($292,644)

$1,016,312
13,669
1,029,981
1,387,437
(357,456)
21,254
(378,711)
0
($378,711)

$936,240
13,156
949,396
1,362,248
(412,852)
1,055
(413,907)
0
($413,907)

$21,636
7,758
29,394
23,068
52,461
33,605
86,067
0
$86,067

$101,708
8,271
109,979
(2,121)
107,857
13,406
121,263
0
$121,263

$3,137,004
46,759
3,183,763
4,290,306
(1,106,543)
35,648
(1,142,191)
0
($1,142,191)

$3,092,740
39,000
3,131,740
4,274,768
(1,143,028)
60,581
(1,203,610)
0
($1,203,610)

$2,954,587
37,451
2,992,038
4,178,197
(1,186,159)
41,030
(1,227,189)
0
($1,227,189)

$44,264
7,759
52,023
(15,538)
36,485
24,933
61,419
0
$61,419

$182,417
9,308
191,725
(112,109)
79,616
5,382
84,998
0
$84,998

Other (Income) and Expense


Other Income-Net
Interest Income
Interest Expense
Loss of Extinguishment of Debt
Other Expense - Net

RECONCILIATION TO CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS:


Total Operating Revenue
$234,647
$224,742
Federal and State Capital Payments
6,395
3,560
Total Revenue
241,042
228,301
Total Expenses
369,910
363,092
Income or (Loss) from Operations
(128,866)
(134,790)
Interest, net
(1,475)
5,099
Loss from Continuing Operations
(127,391)
(139,889)
Discontinued Operations
0
0
Net Income or (Loss)
($127,391)
($139,889)
(1)

Adjustments exclude Depreciation, Project Related costs (PRJ), non-cash portion of OPEBs and Inspector General's office.

A - 4.1

NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION


Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2014
For the Month of JAN, 2014
Operating excluding Project

($ thousands)
REVENUES:
Passenger Related:
Ticket Revenue
Food & Beverage
State Supported Train Revenue
Total Passenger Related Revenue
Commuter Revenue
Other:
Reimbursable Revenue
Commercial Development
Other Transportation
Freight Access Fees & Other
Total Other Revenue

2014 JAN
Actual

2014 JAN
Budget

For the Month


2013 JAN
Actual

$150,438
9,652
19,223
179,313

$147,133
9,413
20,965
177,511

$143,949
9,394
15,771
169,114

14,241

10,497

17,852
6,485
11,585
5,171

13,840
6,322
12,143
4,430

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

2014 YTD
Actual

2014 YTD
Budget

For the Year to Date


2013 YTD
Actual

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

$3,305
239
(1,742)
1,802

$6,489
258
3,452
10,199

$700,109
39,062
78,932
818,103

$705,002
41,079
83,859
829,940

$654,576
40,050
66,744
761,370

($4,893)
(2,017)
(4,927)
(11,837)

10,151

3,744

4,090

43,043

41,119

36,199

1,924

12,302
9,400
10,416
4,591

4,012
163
(558)
741

5,550
(2,915)
1,169
580

75,823
34,919
46,790
19,270

55,388
25,094
48,381
16,391

39,279
29,166
46,522
23,704

20,435
9,825
(1,591)
2,879

$45,533
(988)
12,188
56,733

FY 2014
Forecast

FY 2014
Budget

Forecast Year End


FY 2013
Last Year

$2,149,448
122,240
246,649
2,518,337

$2,154,340
124,257
251,576
2,530,173

$2,056,227
123,415
187,083
2,366,725

6,844

125,460

123,536

36,544
5,753
268
(4,434)

221,595
75,487
144,207
51,918

168,858
74,334
145,799
50,040

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

($4,892)
(2,017)
(4,927)
(11,836)

$93,221
(1,175)
59,566
151,612

112,230

1,924

13,230

189,413
84,313
141,627
60,279

52,737
1,153
(1,592)
1,878

32,182
(8,826)
2,580
(8,361)

41,093

36,735

36,709

4,358

4,384

176,802

145,254

138,671

31,548

38,131

493,207

439,031

475,632

54,176

17,575

Total Operating Revenue

234,647

224,743

215,974

9,904

18,673

1,037,948

1,016,313

936,240

21,635

101,708

3,137,004

3,092,740

2,954,587

44,264

182,417

EXPENSES:
Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
Salaries
Wages & Overtime
Employee Benefits Expenses
Employee Related
Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits
Train Operations
Fuel, Power, & Utilities
Materials
Facility, Communication, & Office
Advertising & Sales
Casualty & Other Claims
Depreciation
Amort of Gain on Sale/Leaseback
Depreciation, net of amortization
Other Expenses
Indirect Costs Capitalized to P&E

25,591
101,466
58,819
1,819
187,695
21,300
34,724
16,944
17,662
6,010
5,168
57,852
(343)
57,509
30,579
(11,895)

27,381
98,115
57,753
2,770
186,019
23,392
34,041
14,760
14,496
6,951
5,636
59,266
(340)
58,926
28,096
(12,266)

24,935
92,199
54,852
2,107
174,093
24,783
30,552
13,580
16,826
8,104
3,603
58,444
(81)
58,363
28,105
(9,555)

1,790
(3,351)
(1,066)
951
(1,676)
2,092
(683)
(2,184)
(3,166)
941
468
1,414
3
1,417
(2,483)
(371)

(656)
(9,267)
(3,967)
288
(13,602)
3,483
(4,172)
(3,364)
(836)
2,094
(1,565)
592
262
854
(2,474)
2,340

96,370
374,398
187,515
8,051
666,334
83,612
119,139
62,670
58,708
29,137
21,242
230,304
(1,371)
228,933
119,957
(47,991)

98,614
376,462
196,954
10,914
682,944
94,092
127,658
61,935
56,575
31,540
22,544
235,783
(1,360)
234,423
111,209
(46,929)

91,510
361,141
209,423
8,793
670,867
95,193
124,945
63,774
55,951
28,793
22,246
225,720
(1,102)
224,618
97,723
(34,863)

2,244
2,064
9,439
2,863
16,610
10,480
8,519
(735)
(2,133)
2,403
1,302
5,479
11
5,490
(8,748)
1,062

(4,860)
(13,257)
21,908
742
4,533
11,581
5,806
1,104
(2,757)
(344)
1,004
(4,584)
269
(4,315)
(22,234)
13,128

301,010
1,110,003
666,883
31,329
2,109,225
281,581
372,371
189,183
177,678
97,755
62,554
712,104
(4,092)
708,012
393,929
(149,169)

301,024
1,109,895
701,443
33,754
2,146,116
295,627
380,568
188,191
173,642
98,647
54,862
717,583
(4,081)
713,502
333,288
(145,681)

269,930
1,072,644
712,549
29,560
2,084,683
271,974
370,131
168,823
176,594
95,013
66,578
669,366
(3,791)
665,575
348,785
(139,407)

14
(108)
34,560
2,425
36,891
14,046
8,197
(992)
(4,036)
892
(7,692)
5,479
11
5,490
(60,641)
3,488

(31,080)
(37,359)
45,666
(1,769)
(24,542)
(9,607)
(2,240)
(20,360)
(1,084)
(2,742)
4,024
(42,738)
301
(42,437)
(45,144)
9,762

365,696
(131,049)

360,051
(135,308)

348,454
(132,480)

(5,645)
4,259

(17,242)
1,431

1,341,741
(303,793)

1,375,991
(359,678)

1,349,247
(413,007)

34,250
55,885

7,506
109,214

4,243,119
(1,106,115)

4,238,762
(1,146,022)

4,108,749
(1,154,162)

(4,357)
39,907

(134,370)
48,047

(5,839)
(176)
4,540
0
(1,475)

0
(191)
5,290
0
5,099

0
(329)
4,737
0
4,408

5,839
(15)
750
0
6,574

5,839
(153)
197
0
5,883

(29,229)
(687)
17,565
0
(12,351)

0
(759)
22,014
0
21,255

0
(20,604)
21,659
0
1,055

29,229
(72)
4,449
0
33,606

29,229
(19,917)
4,094
0
13,406

(20,557)
(2,218)
58,423
0
35,648

0
(2,290)
62,872
0
60,582

(21,238)
(2,371)
58,917
5,722
41,030

20,557
(72)
4,449
0
24,934

(681)
(153)
494
5,722
5,382

Loss from Continuing Operations


Discontinued Operations
Net Loss

(129,574)
0
(129,574)

(140,407)
0
(140,407)

(136,888)
0
(136,888)

10,833
0
10,833

7,314
0
7,314

(291,442)
0
(291,442)

(380,933)
0
(380,933)

(414,062)
0
(414,062)

89,491
0
89,491

122,620
0
122,620

(1,141,763)
0
(1,141,763)

(1,206,604)
0
(1,206,604)

(1,195,192)
0
(1,195,192)

Adjustments (1)
Adjusted Income or (Loss)

61,170

71,277

73,247

238,426

284,888

267,908

(46,462)

(29,482)

812,947

862,463

836,360

(49,516)

(23,413)

($69,130)

($63,641)

(10,107)
$726

(12,077)

($68,404)

($4,763)

($53,016)

($96,045)

($146,154)

$43,029

$93,138

($328,816)

($344,141)

($358,832)

$15,325

$30,016

Total Expense
Operating Income (Loss)
Other (Income) and Expense
Other Income-Net
Interest Income
Interest Expense
Loss of Extinguishment of Debt
Other Expense - Net

(1)

Adjustments exclude Depreciation, Project Related costs (PRJ), non-cash portion of OPEBs and Inspector General's office.

A - 4.2

64,841
0
64,841

53,429
0
53,429

NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION


Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2014
For the Month of JAN, 2014
Core

($ thousands)
REVENUES:
Passenger Related:
Ticket Revenue
Food & Beverage
State Supported Train Revenue
Total Passenger Related Revenue
Commuter Revenue
Other:
Reimbursable Revenue
Commercial Development
Other Transportation
Freight Access Fees & Other
Total Other Revenue

2014 JAN
Actual

For the Month


2013 JAN
Actual

2014 JAN
Budget

$150,438
9,652
19,223
179,313

$147,133
9,413
20,965
177,511

$143,943
9,394
15,771
169,108

1,752
0
11,480
5,162

1,368
0
12,113
4,368

285
0
10,339
4,511

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

$3,305
239
(1,742)
1,802
0
384
0
(633)
794

2014 YTD
Actual

2014 YTD
Budget

For the Year to Date


2013 YTD
Actual

$6,495
258
3,452
10,205

$700,095
39,062
78,931
818,088

$705,002
41,079
83,859
829,940

$654,568
40,050
66,744
761,362

1,467
0
1,141
651

7,617
0
46,465
18,509

5,074
140
48,205
16,160

(3,768)
0
46,246
23,559

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

($4,907)
(2,017)
(4,928)
(11,852)
0
2,543
(140)
(1,740)
2,349

FY 2014
Forecast

$45,527
(988)
12,187
56,726
0
11,385
0
219
(5,050)

FY 2014
Budget

Forecast Year End


FY 2013
Last Year

$2,149,434
122,240
246,649
2,518,323

$2,154,340
124,257
251,576
2,530,173

$2,056,203
123,415
187,083
2,366,701

1,441

13,262
279
143,480
50,682

14,278
419
145,220
49,334

6,391
0
140,537
59,361

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

($4,906)
(2,017)
(4,927)
(11,850)
0
(1,016)
(140)
(1,740)
1,348

$93,231
(1,175)
59,566
151,622
(1,441)
6,871
279
2,943
(8,679)

18,394

17,849

15,135

545

3,259

72,591

69,579

66,037

3,012

6,554

207,703

209,251

206,289

(1,548)

1,414

Total Operating Revenue

197,707

195,360

184,243

2,347

13,464

890,679

899,519

827,399

(8,840)

63,280

2,726,026

2,739,424

2,574,431

(13,398)

151,595

EXPENSES:
Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
Salaries
Wages & Overtime
Employee Benefits Expenses
Employee Related
Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits
Train Operations
Fuel, Power, & Utilities
Materials
Facility, Communication, & Office
Advertising & Sales
Casualty & Other Claims
Depreciation
Amort of Gain on Sale/Leaseback
Depreciation, net of amortization
Other Expenses
Indirect Costs Capitalized to P&E

24,584
94,273
53,192
1,710
173,759
21,186
33,441
15,817
14,808
6,008
5,168
57,552
(343)
57,209
26,012
(18,188)

26,415
90,395
53,964
2,722
173,496
23,348
32,590
12,595
13,803
6,944
5,636
58,966
(340)
58,626
26,910
(15,931)

24,056
84,929
49,487
2,011
160,483
24,733
29,540
12,172
15,208
8,104
3,603
58,142
(81)
58,061
25,851
(14,789)

1,831
(3,878)
772
1,012
(263)
2,162
(851)
(3,222)
(1,005)
936
468
1,414
3
1,417
898
2,257

(528)
(9,344)
(3,705)
301
(13,276)
3,547
(3,901)
(3,645)
400
2,096
(1,565)
590
262
852
(161)
3,399

92,547
343,360
166,220
7,518
609,645
83,279
115,429
53,966
52,283
29,109
21,240
229,105
(1,371)
227,734
98,676
(76,171)

95,223
344,691
183,101
10,727
633,742
93,912
122,093
53,272
53,779
31,511
22,544
234,583
(1,360)
233,223
106,524
(61,591)

87,968
334,527
191,899
8,467
622,861
95,004
121,381
55,564
50,223
28,785
22,246
224,511
(1,102)
223,409
91,522
(53,650)

2,676
1,331
16,881
3,209
24,097
10,633
6,664
(694)
1,496
2,402
1,304
5,478
11
5,489
7,848
14,580

(4,579)
(8,833)
25,679
949
13,216
11,725
5,952
1,598
(2,060)
(324)
1,006
(4,594)
269
(4,325)
(7,154)
22,521

290,399
1,013,108
614,158
30,346
1,948,011
280,887
357,720
166,592
165,629
97,619
62,553
708,505
(4,092)
704,413
334,074
(206,673)

290,846
1,012,268
656,160
33,113
1,992,387
295,085
364,062
165,640
165,258
98,552
54,862
713,984
(4,081)
709,903
318,752
(189,666)

259,387
982,727
647,316
28,252
1,917,682
270,963
359,102
134,228
157,445
94,998
66,576
665,753
(3,791)
661,962
305,171
(203,473)

447
(840)
42,002
2,767
44,376
14,198
6,342
(952)
(371)
933
(7,691)
5,479
11
5,490
(15,322)
17,007

(31,012)
(30,381)
33,158
(2,094)
(30,329)
(9,924)
1,382
(32,364)
(8,184)
(2,621)
4,023
(42,752)
301
(42,451)
(28,903)
3,200

335,220
(137,513)

338,017
(142,657)

322,966
(138,723)

2,797
5,144

(12,254)
1,210

1,215,190
(324,511)

1,289,009
(389,490)

1,257,345
(429,946)

3,910,825
(1,184,799)

3,974,835
(1,235,411)

3,764,654
(1,190,223)

64,010
50,612

(146,171)
5,424

(5,839)
(176)
4,538
0
(1,477)

0
(191)
5,290
0
5,099

0
(329)
4,737
0
4,408

5,839
(153)
199
0
5,885

(20,557)
(687)
17,555
0
(3,689)

0
(759)
22,014
0
21,255

(20,557)
(2,218)
58,412
0
35,637

0
(2,290)
62,872
0
60,582

(21,238)
(2,355)
58,868
5,722
40,997

Loss from Continuing Operations


Discontinued Operations
Net Loss

(136,036)
0
(136,036)

(147,756)
0
(147,756)

(143,131)
0
(143,131)

11,720
0
11,720

7,095
0
7,095

(320,822)
0
(320,822)

Adjustments (1)
Adjusted Income or (Loss)

60,868
($75,168)

70,979
($76,777)

72,943
($70,188)

(10,111)
$1,609

(12,075)
($4,980)

245,888
($74,934)

Total Expense
Operating Income (Loss)
Other (Income) and Expense
Other Income-Net
Interest Income
Interest Expense
Loss of Extinguishment of Debt
Other Expense - Net

(1)

5,839
(15)
752
0
6,576

73,819
64,979

42,155
105,435

0
(20,589)
21,640
0
1,051

20,557
(72)
4,459
0
24,944

20,557
(19,902)
4,085
0
4,740

(410,745)
0
(410,745)

(430,997)
0
(430,997)

89,923
0
89,923

110,175
0
110,175

(1,220,436)
0
(1,220,436)

(1,295,993)
0
(1,295,993)

(1,231,220)
0
(1,231,220)

75,557
0
75,557

10,784
0
10,784

283,689
($127,056)

266,685
($164,312)

(37,801)
$52,122

(20,797)
$89,378

809,338
($411,098)

858,863
($437,130)

833,387
($397,833)

(49,525)
$26,032

(24,049)
($13,265)

Adjustments exclude Depreciation, Project Related costs (PRJ), non-cash portion of OPEBs and Inspector General's office.

A - 4.3

20,557
(72)
4,460
0
24,945

(681)
(137)
456
5,722
5,360

NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION


Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2014
For the Month of JAN, 2014
Projects

($ thousands)
REVENUES:
Passenger Related:
Ticket Revenue
Food & Beverage
State Supported Train Revenue
Total Passenger Related Revenue

2014 JAN
Actual

For the Month


2013 JAN
Actual

2014 JAN
Budget

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

2014 YTD
Actual

2014 YTD
Budget

For the Year to Date


2013 YTD
Actual

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

FY 2014
Forecast

FY 2014
Budget

Forecast Year End


FY 2013
Last Year

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

Commuter Revenue
Other:
Reimbursable Revenue
Commercial Development
Other Transportation
Freight Access Fees & Other

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

Total Other Revenue

Total Operating Revenue


EXPENSES:
Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
Salaries
Wages & Overtime
Employee Benefits Expenses
Employee Related
Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits
Train Operations
Fuel, Power, & Utilities
Materials
Facility, Communication, & Office
Advertising & Sales
Casualty & Other Claims
Depreciation
Amort of Gain on Sale/Leaseback
Depreciation, net of amortization
Other Expenses
Indirect Costs Capitalized to P&E

133
179
170
15
497
0
0
1,479
191
0
0
(1)
0
(1)
1,123
923

0
81
45
0
126
0
0
1,396
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,183
336

153
499
136
35
823
0
0
1,251
469
0
0
0
0
0
480
821

Total Expense
Operating Income (Loss)

4,212
(4,212)

3,041
(3,041)

3,844
(3,844)

Other (Income) and Expense


Other Income-Net
Interest Income
Interest Expense
Loss of Extinguishment of Debt
Other Expense - Net
Loss from Continuing Operations
Discontinued Operations
Net Loss
Adjustments (1)
Adjusted Income or (Loss)
(1)

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

(133)
(98)
(125)
(15)
(371)
0
0
(83)
(191)
0
0
1
0
1
60
(587)

20
320
(34)
20
326
0
0
(228)
278
0
0
1
0
1
(643)
(102)

577
1,209
863
109
2,758
0
0
6,307
1,055
0
0
0
0
0
8,060
4,448

0
260
145
0
405
0
0
4,517
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,436
1,087

226
1,838
753
145
2,962
0
0
3,846
1,247
0
0
0
0
0
2,043
2,902

(577)
(949)
(718)
(109)
(2,353)
0
0
(1,790)
(1,055)
0
0
0
0
0
(2,624)
(3,361)

(351)
629
(110)
36
204
0
0
(2,461)
192
0
0
0
0
0
(6,017)
(1,546)

577
1,939
1,269
109
3,894
0
0
18,964
1,055
0
0
0
0
0
15,781
7,494

0
991
551
0
1,542
0
0
17,174
0
0
0
0
0
0
13,158
4,132

1,932
5,679
3,579
455
11,645
0
0
16,249
4,843
0
0
0
0
0
23,690
13,017

(577)
(948)
(718)
(109)
(2,352)
0
0
(1,790)
(1,055)
0
0
0
0
0
(2,623)
(3,362)

1,355
3,740
2,310
346
7,751
0
0
(2,715)
3,788
0
0
0
0
0
7,909
5,523

(1,171)
(1,171)

(368)
(368)

22,628
(22,628)

11,445
(11,445)

13,000
(13,000)

(11,183)
(11,183)

(9,628)
(9,628)

47,188
(47,188)

36,006
(36,006)

69,444
(69,444)

(11,182)
(11,182)

22,256
22,256

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

(4,212)
0
(4,212)

(3,041)
0
(3,041)

(3,844)
0
(3,844)

(1,171)
0
(1,171)

(368)
0
(368)

(22,628)
0
(22,628)

(11,445)
0
(11,445)

(13,000)
0
(13,000)

(11,183)
0
(11,183)

(9,628)
0
(9,628)

(47,188)
0
(47,188)

(36,006)
0
(36,006)

(69,444)
0
(69,444)

(11,182)
0
(11,182)

22,256
0
22,256

1
($4,211)

0
($3,041)

(1)
($3,845)

1
($1,170)

2
($366)

0
($22,628)

0
($11,445)

0
($13,000)

0
($11,183)

0
($9,628)

0
($47,188)

0
($36,006)

0
($69,444)

0
($11,182)

0
$22,256

Adjustments exclude Depreciation, non-cash portion of OPEBs and Inspector General's office.

A - 4.4

NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION


Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2014
For the Month of JAN, 2014
Ancillary

($ thousands)
REVENUES:
Passenger Related:
Ticket Revenue
Food & Beverage
State Supported Train Revenue
Total Passenger Related Revenue
Commuter Revenue
Other:
Reimbursable Revenue
Commercial Development
Other Transportation
Freight Access Fees & Other
Total Other Revenue

2014 JAN
Actual

For the Month


2013 JAN
Actual

2014 JAN
Budget

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

$0
0
0
0

$0
0
0
0

$5
0
0
5

$0
0
0
0

14,241

10,497

10,151

3,744

16,101
6,485
105
9

12,472
6,287
30
62

12,017
9,400
77
80

($5)
0
0
(5)

2014 YTD
Actual

2014 YTD
Budget

For the Year to Date


2013 YTD
Actual

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

FY 2014
Forecast

FY 2014
Budget

Forecast Year End


FY 2013
Last Year

Variance Fav / (Unfav)


Budget
Prior Year

$14
0
0
14

$0
0
0
0

$9
0
0
9

$14
0
0
14

$5
0
0
5

$14
0
0
14

$0
0
0
0

$24
0
0
24

$14
0
0
14

($10)
0
0
(10)

4,090

43,043

41,119

36,199

1,924

6,844

125,460

123,536

110,790

1,924

14,670

3,629
198
75
(53)

4,084
(2,915)
28
(71)

68,206
34,919
325
761

50,314
24,955
176
231

43,047
29,166
275
146

17,892
9,964
149
530

25,159
5,753
50
615

208,333
75,208
727
1,236

154,580
73,916
578
706

183,022
84,313
1,090
918

53,753
1,292
149
530

25,311
(9,105)
(363)
318

22,700

18,851

21,574

3,849

1,126

104,211

75,676

72,634

28,535

31,577

285,504

229,780

269,343

55,724

16,161

Total Operating Revenue

36,941

29,348

31,730

7,593

5,211

147,268

116,795

108,842

30,473

38,426

410,978

353,316

380,157

57,662

30,821

EXPENSES:
Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
Salaries
Wages & Overtime
Employee Benefits Expenses
Employee Related
Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits
Train Operations
Fuel, Power, & Utilities
Materials
Facility, Communication, & Office
Advertising & Sales
Casualty & Other Claims
Depreciation
Amort of Gain on Sale/Leaseback
Depreciation, net of amortization
Other Expenses
Indirect Costs Capitalized to P&E

1,007
7,193
5,626
109
13,935
114
1,283
1,127
2,854
2
0
300
0
300
4,568
6,293

966
7,720
3,789
48
12,523
44
1,451
2,165
693
7
0
300
0
300
1,186
3,665

879
7,270
5,365
96
13,610
50
1,012
1,408
1,618
0
0
302
0
302
2,254
5,234

(41)
527
(1,837)
(61)
(1,412)
(70)
168
1,038
(2,161)
5
0
0
0
0
(3,382)
(2,628)

(128)
77
(261)
(13)
(325)
(64)
(271)
281
(1,236)
(2)
0
2
0
2
(2,314)
(1,059)

3,823
31,038
21,295
533
56,689
333
3,710
8,704
6,425
28
2
1,200
1
1,201
21,281
28,180

3,391
31,770
13,853
187
49,201
180
5,566
8,663
2,796
29
0
1,200
0
1,200
4,685
14,662

3,542
26,614
17,523
326
48,005
189
3,564
8,211
5,728
8
0
1,209
0
1,209
6,201
18,787

(432)
732
(7,442)
(346)
(7,488)
(153)
1,856
(41)
(3,629)
1
(2)
0
(1)
(1)
(16,596)
(13,518)

(281)
(4,424)
(3,772)
(207)
(8,684)
(144)
(146)
(493)
(697)
(20)
(2)
9
(1)
8
(15,080)
(9,393)

10,610
96,895
52,725
983
161,213
695
14,651
22,592
12,049
136
2
3,599
0
3,599
59,855
57,504

10,178
97,627
45,283
641
153,729
542
16,507
22,551
8,384
94
0
3,599
0
3,599
14,536
43,985

10,543
89,918
65,232
1,308
167,001
1,011
11,029
34,595
19,149
15
2
3,613
0
3,613
43,614
64,066

(432)
732
(7,442)
(342)
(7,484)
(153)
1,856
(41)
(3,665)
(42)
(2)
0
0
0
(45,319)
(13,519)

(67)
(6,977)
12,507
325
5,788
316
(3,622)
12,003
7,100
(121)
0
14
0
14
(16,241)
6,562

30,476
6,465

22,034
7,314

25,488
6,242

(8,442)
(849)

(4,988)
223

126,553
20,715

86,982
29,813

91,902
16,940

(39,571)
(9,098)

(34,651)
3,775

332,296
78,682

263,927
89,389

344,095
36,062

(68,369)
(10,707)

11,799
42,620

0
0
3
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
(3)
0
(3)

0
0
(3)
0
(3)

8,672
0
(11)
0
8,661

8,672
(15)
9
0
8,666

0
0
11
0
11

0
0
0
0
0

6,462
0
6,462

7,314
0
7,314

6,242
0
6,242

(852)
0
(852)

220
0
220

29,376
0
29,376

29,813
0
29,813

16,935
0
16,935

(437)
0
(437)

12,441
0
12,441

78,671
0
78,671

89,389
0
89,389

36,029
0
36,029

(10,718)
0
(10,718)

42,642
0
42,642

303
$6,765

300
$7,614

305
$6,547

3
($849)

(2)
$218

(7,470)
$21,906

1,200
$31,013

1,224
$18,159

(8,670)
($9,107)

(8,694)
$3,747

3,610
$82,281

3,599
$92,988

3,675
$39,704

11
($10,707)

(65)
$42,577

Total Expense
Operating Income (Loss)
Other (Income) and Expense
Other Income-Net
Interest Income
Interest Expense
Loss of Extinguishment of Debt
Other Expense - Net
Loss from Continuing Operations
Discontinued Operations
Net Loss
Adjustments (1)
Adjusted Income or (Loss)
(1)

(8,672)
0
11
0
(8,661)

0
0
0
0
0

Adjustments exclude Depreciation, non-cash portion of OPEBs and Inspector General's office.

A - 4.5

0
(15)
20
0
5

0
(16)
49
0
33

0
0
(11)
0
(11)

0
(16)
38
0
22

National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)


Capital Program Expenditures Excluding Debt Service
January 2014 YTD
($ thousands)

Department & Program


Engineering
Structures Movable Bridge-Movable Span
Structures Bridge Ties
Structures UndergradeFixed Bridge
Structures - Culvert
Structures - Fence
Structures Interlocking Structures
Structures - Tunnel
Structures Retaining Wall
Structures - Major Bridge Special Projects
Structures M/E Facility
Structures M/W Base
Structures - Station
Structures Trans Department Facility
Structures Sunnyside Yard New Mechanical Facilit
Communications & Signals- Abs Locations
Communications & Signals- Adv Civil Spd Enforc Sys
Communications & Signal Interlocking-C&S
Communications & Signals - Cetc
Electric Traction - Catenary
Electric Traction - Catenary Pole
Electric Traction - Transmission
Electric Traction - Frequency Converters
Electric Traction - Signal Power
Electric Traction - Substations
Safety And Security
Track - Ballast
Track - Drainage
Track Fasteners
Track - Rail
Track Wood/Concrete Crosstie/Timber
Track Total Track Renewal/Construction
Track Track Laying System
Track - Turnouts
Track Crossings-Road
Track - Geometry
Deputy Chief Engineer Construction - Applications
Track Interlocking Renewal
Track Equipment-Roadway
Life Safety 1St Avenue Construction
Life Safety Nrt Ventilation Construction
Life Safety Standpipe Installation
Life Safety Misc Design & Construction Project
NYC High Speed Rail Improvements
NJHSRIP - Design
Sandy Recovery
Gateway Program
Other
Engineering Total

YTD

Actual

YTD Authorized
Funding1

Variance

FY14 Remaining
Spend Plan

Spend Plan + YTD FY14 Authorized


Actual
Funding

Variance

1,228
151
3,402
316
1,628
106
232
494
(277)
1,446
502
16,286
62
164
95
7,020
2,029
1,062
1,133
907
54
478
241
2,187
402
1,467
946
14
5,969
9,741
16,824
27,108
3,329
1,208
4,477
1,310
4,690
5,325
(297)
(18)
420
262
25,450
455
40,533
45
190,607

3,712
130
7,980
273
729
315
5,716
1,564
217
3,582
491
26,820
500
1,339
167
11,969
2,286
1,833
1,504
1,453
446
315
815
2,678
512
1,241
1,062
364
7,280
9,782
23,410
14,534
3,521
394
5,666
2,652
10,218
6,220
50
67
659
1,750
167
22,633
638
35,973
(0)
225,626

2,484
(21)
4,578
(44)
(899)
209
5,484
1,070
493
2,136
(11)
10,534
438
1,174
72
4,948
257
771
371
547
392
(163)
574
491
110
(226)
116
351
1,311
41
6,586
(12,574)
192
(814)
1,189
1,342
5,528
894
347
84
239
1,489
167
(2,818)
183
(4,560)
(45)
35,019

8,788
1,130
13,649
742
647
259
5,203
1,662
231
10,211
1,081
61,261
938
3,760
345
22,212
5,655
4,448
3,909
2,788
1,042
920
2,844
6,136
572
24,924
2,464
1,057
15,417
22,459
58,148
10,192
7,008
1,446
13,326
6,431
21,365
14,357
129
200
538
5,155
500
56,751
5,223
91,251
(0)
518,774

10,015
1,281
17,051
1,058
2,275
365
5,435
2,156
(45)
11,657
1,583
77,547
1,000
3,924
441
29,233
7,684
5,511
5,042
3,694
1,097
1,398
3,085
8,323
974
26,390
3,411
1,071
21,386
32,200
74,972
37,300
10,338
2,654
17,803
7,741
26,055
19,683
(168)
182
958
5,417
500
82,201
5,678
131,784
45
709,381

9,820
1,300
17,245
1,050
2,250
450
17,140
2,680
350
11,377
1,500
80,760
500
4,000
500
32,309
6,429
5,500
5,030
4,315
1,328
1,600
3,015
7,875
630
26,450
3,400
1,150
21,565
31,299
76,757
34,000
11,425
1,900
17,800
7,823
24,750
18,250
150
200
1,200
5,400
500
68,150
5,604
132,000
708,725

(195)
19
194
(8)
(25)
85
11,705
524
395
(280)
(83)
3,213
(500)
76
59
3,076
(1,255)
(11)
(12)
621
231
202
(70)
(448)
(344)
60
(11)
79
179
(901)
1,786
(3,300)
1,087
(754)
(3)
82
(1,305)
(1,433)
318
18
242
(17)
0
(14,051)
(74)
216
(45)
(656)

22,307
19,192
2,174
13,555
856
1,669
2,560
43
14,676
893
114
1,339
245
79,623

19,211
45,932
13,455
20,584
783
6,179
2,530
167
21,704
150
440
2,200
400
133,736

(3,096)
26,740
11,280
7,029
(73)
4,510
(29)
124
7,029
(743)
326
861
155
54,112

47,625
105,047
107,848
43,948
5,443
6,981
5,300
7
40,417
296
821
4,466
445
0
368,646

69,932
124,239
110,022
57,504
6,299
8,650
7,860
50
55,093
1,189
935
5,806
690
0
448,269

69,951
119,656
109,501
56,255
1,500
11,664
7,560
500
62,898
600
1,250
6,000
1,100
0
448,434

19
(4,583)
(522)
(1,249)
(4,799)
3,013
(300)
450
7,805
(589)
315
194
410
(0)
165

169
424
28
621

1,305
880
15
2,200

1,136
456
(13)
1,579

4,191
4,676
107
8,974

4,360
5,100
135
9,595

4,395
5,575
150
10,120

35
475
15
525

Emergency Management
Safety & Security Program
Emergency Management

2,109
2,109

11,695
11,695

9,586
9,586

23,890
23,890

25,999
25,999

38,420
38,420

12,421
12,421

Transportation / Operations
System/Business Application Improvement
Station and Facility Improvements
Operations Foundation Program
Other

1,026
417
3,402
-

535
5,133
-

(1,026)
118
1,731
-

4,131
3,723
16,235
-

5,158
4,140
19,637
-

3,229
18,137
-

(5,158)
(911)
(1,500)
-

Mechanical
Amfleet Programs
Locomotives
Acquisitions
Superliners
Facility Improvements
Horizon/Surfliner Programs
Viewliner Programs
Talgo Programs
Acela Programs
Heritage Programs
Mandatory Projects
General Safety & Reliability
Mechanical It Projects
Other
Mechanical Total
Environmental
Environmental Risk Reduction
Environmental Remediation Program
Wilmington West Yard
Other
Environmental Total

A - 4.6

National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)


Capital Program Expenditures Excluding Debt Service
January 2014 YTD
($ thousands)

Department & Program


Transportation Total

YTD

Actual

YTD Authorized
Funding1

FY14 Remaining
Spend Plan

Variance

Spend Plan + YTD FY14 Authorized


Actual
Funding

Variance

4,845

5,668

823

24,090

28,934

21,366

327
327

1,358
1,358

1,032
1,032

7,145
7,145

7,472
7,472

8,455
8,455

9,934
9,934

9,887
9,887

(46)
(46)

22,646
22,646

32,580
32,580

29,217
29,217

(3,363)
(3,363)

78
78

647
647

569
569

2,550
2,550

2,628
2,628

2,587
2,587

(41)
(41)

Real Estate Total


Station / Facility Development
Real Estate Total

7,970
7,970

5,765
5,765

(2,205)
(2,205)

12,330
12,330

20,300
20,300

18,400
18,400

(1,900)
(1,900)

NEC IID
Existing Partnership Agreements
NEC IID Total

1,656
1,656

5,402
5,402

3,745
3,745

9,682
9,682

11,338
11,338

14,498
14,498

3,160
3,160

Marketing & Sales


E-Ticketing
E-Commerce
On-Board
Customer Service
Pricing
Facilities And Infrastructure
Other
Marketing & Sales Total

454
3
1,145
1,836
1,713
365
(34)
5,482

2,275
2,566
48
4,889

(454)
(3)
1,130
729
(1,713)
(365)
82
(593)

0
131
8,778
2,758
97
11,763

454
3
1,276
10,614
4,471
365
63
17,245

2,406
11,006
145
13,557

(454)
(3)
1,130
392
(4,471)
(365)
82
(3,687)

1,010,491

1,313,742

1,313,780

Finance & Treasury


Technology/ System Upgrades & Facility Imrpovement
Finance & Treasury Total
Amtrak Technologies Total
Technology/ System Upgrades
Amtrak Technologies Total
Procurement
Vehicle Replacement
Facility Purchases And Improvements
Other
Procurement Total

Departmental Total
MANUAL ADJUSTMENTS
Engineering CUS Adjustment2

Totals with All Adjustments


All Capital Projects (PRJ)

Totals Excluding PRJ

303,251

(16)

406,873

(333)

303,235

406,540

22,626

11,446

280,609

395,093

103,622

(318)

103,305
(11,180)

114,485

1) Authorized amounts were reset following Board approval and do not reflect earlier published amounts.
2) Expenditures include the reimbursable portion of Chicago Union Station projects that are primarily funded by METRA.
3) Excludes early lease buyouts, Inspector General activity and non-capitalizable assessments.
BOLD Numbers are subtotals

A - 4.7

(16)

(1,000)

(7,569)

983
983

37

(984)

1,010,491

1,313,726

1,312,780

(947)

24,560

47,186

36,006

(11,180)

985,931

1,266,540

1,276,773

10,233

CHIEF MECHANICAL OFFICER


FY14 PRODUCTION REPORT

PROJECT#
20047439

WBS

PROJECTNAME

C.ME.201291 AmfleetICoachOverhaulLevel2

FY14Plan PlanJAN ActualsJAN


63

PlanYTD ActualsYTD VarianceActuals %CompleteActuals %YTDActuals


UnitsCompletedJanuary
throughJAN throughJAN YTDtoPlanYTD
YTDtoPlanYTD
toFY14Plan
12

18

150%

29%

81513,82611,82606,82618

20047440

C.ME.100101 AmfleetIICoachOverhaulLevel1

30

133%

27%

25055,25012

20077405

C.ME.100377 AmfleetICaf/ClubOverhaulLevel2

18

100%

28%

48163

20082564

C.ME.100413 AmfleetICoachOverhaulLevel1

26

(2)

75%

23%

82781,82782

20082565

C.ME.100414 AmfleetICaf/ClubOverhaulLevel1

(1)

67%

22%

43387

20097417

C.ME.100649 CabCarOverhaulLevel1

(1)

67%

40%

20117405

C.ME.100869 AmfleetIIDinerOverhaulLevel1

150%

50%

C.EN.100397 ELECTRICTRACTIONCATENARYMEA
CAPITAL
20079897
20067400

TOTALBEAR
F59Overhaul
P328Overhaul
NPCUOverhaul
CometCarOverhaulforCaltrans
SuperlinerIISleeperOverhaul
SuperlinerIILoungeOverhaul
SuperlinerIICoachOverhaul

0%

0%

157
4
1
3
9
17
10
1

12
1
1
0
1
2
0
0

12
0
0
0
1
0
1
0

39
2
1
0
7
5
2
0

45
1
0
0
6
3
2
0

6
(1)
(1)
0
(1)
(2)
0
0

115%
50%
0%
0%
86%
60%
100%
0%

29%
25%
0%
0%
67%
18%
20%
0%

20037434
20037435
20037436

C.ME.100005
C.ME.100006
C.ME.100013
B.ME.100117
C.ME.100040
C.ME.100041
C.ME.100042

20037437

C.ME.100043 SuperlinerIIDinerOverhaul

12

(1)

75%

25%

20037438

C.ME.100044 SuperlinerIITransSleeperDormOverhaul

(1)

50%

13%

20057418
20057422
20067417

C.ME.100176 SuperlinerILoungeOverhaul
C.ME.100177 SuperlinerICoachOverhaulLevel2
C.ME.100240 SuperlinerIDinerOverhaul

8
27
5

1
2
1

1
1
0

4
10
1

2
8
0

(2)
(2)
(1)

50%
80%
0%

25%
30%
0%

20079871

C.ME.100384 SuperlinerISleeperOverhaulLevel2

21

(1)

83%

24%

20097404
20097405

C.ME.100640 SurflinerCoachOverhaul
C.ME.100641 HorizonCoachOverhaulLevel2

1
21

0
2

0
0

0
5

0
1

0
(4)

0%
20%

0%
5%

20097407

C.ME.100643 HorizonCafOverhaul

(1)

50%

25%

20097410
20097413
20067411
20067420

C.ME.100644
C.ME.100646
C.ME.100239
C.ME.100241

1
1
13
4

0
0
1
1

0
0
1
0

0
0
4
4

0
0
4
3

0
0
0
(1)

0%
0%
100%
75%

0%
0%
31%
75%

20107400

C.ME.201157 PositiveTrainControl

69

22

14

(8)

64%

20%

CAPITAL
20107405
CAPITAL
CAPITAL

TOTALBEECHGROVE
C.ME.100785 AcelaOverhaul
TOTALHIGHSPEEDRAIL
TOTALCMO
LCPM(eventsnotunits):

240
6
6
403

22
0
0
34

15
0
0
27

81
2
2
122

54
2
2
101

(27)
0
0
(21)

67%
100%
100%
83%

23%
33%
33%
25%

20097421

C.ME.100653 P42LocomotivePaint(BeechGrove)

12

(2)

50%

17%

20097421
20097421
20097421

C.ME.100653 COT&S5YearAir(Chicago)
C.ME.100653 COT&S8YearAir(Chicago)
C.ME.100653 RadiatorHatch(Chicago)

36
35
25

3
2
0

2
1
0

7
8
3

11
8
5

4
0
2

157%
100%
167%

31%
23%
20%

SurflinerCabCarOverhaul
SurflinerCustomCoachOverhaul
ViewlinerSleeperOverhaul
HeritageDinerOverhaul

A - 4.8

28007,28000

JanuaryComments
Positivevariancefromfirstquarterto
meetholidayavailability.
Positivevariancefromfirstquarterto
meetholidayavailability.
OffsetbyLevel2carsofthesame
equipmenttype.
AmfleetProgramoverallisaheadof
schedule;mixofprojectshasbeen
adjusted.
Materialdelayspreventedcar9650from
beingcompletedinJAN;willbereleased
inFEB.
Abletoprogressonthisprojectdueto
equipmentavailability.

2unitsWIP1toshipFebruary
1unitWIPtoshipFebruary
C5010

Last3unitsWIP
4unitsWIP(2justarrivedinJanuary)

33038
38048,38047

33003
34048

NoProductionPlanSL2dinerson
property
NoProductionPlanSL2transsleeperson
property
2unitsinwork;33005needspainting
4unitsWIParrivedlateinJanuary
1unitWIParrivedinJanuary
4unitsWIParrivedlateinJanuary

58100

5unitsWIP4arrivedlateinJanuary
LastHorizonCafunitonProductionPlan
hasnotarrived

62010
LastHeritageDinerWIP
177,67,182,184,155,9,198 UnitsarrivedintimelyfashionforPTC

3unitsWIPLCPMpaintbuthaveother
maintenanceissues
122,24
177

CHIEF MECHANICAL OFFICER


FY14 PRODUCTION REPORT

PROJECTNAME

FY14Plan PlanJAN ActualsJAN

PlanYTD ActualsYTD VarianceActuals %CompleteActuals %YTDActuals


UnitsCompletedJanuary
throughJAN throughJAN YTDtoPlanYTD
YTDtoPlanYTD
toFY14Plan

PROJECT#

WBS

20097421
20097421
20097421
20097421
20097421
20097421
20097421
20097421
20097421

C.ME.100653
C.ME.100653
C.ME.100653
C.ME.100653
C.ME.100653
C.ME.100653
C.ME.100653
C.ME.100653
C.ME.100653

AirCompressor(Chicago)
AirDryer(Chicago)
EngineChange(Chicago)
5YearTruck(Chicago)
HVAC(Chicago)
Injectors(Chicago)
RadiatorFans(Chicago)
EquipmentBlowers(Chicago)
COT&S(Albany)P42

25
38
25
36
36
63
21
22
3

0
2
2
3
3
2
0
0
0

0
2
2
2
2
2
1
0
0

3
10
8
7
7
13
1
0
1

4
12
7
11
12
16
3
1
1

1
2
(1)
4
5
3
2
1
0

133%
120%
88%
157%
171%
123%
300%
0%
100%

16%
32%
28%
31%
33%
25%
14%
5%
33%

20097421

C.ME.100653 AirCompressor(Albany)P42

(1)

50%

33%

20097421

C.ME.100653 10YearTruck(Albany)P42

100%

33%

20097421

C.ME.100653 Injectors(Albany)P42

(1)

0%

0%

20097421

C.ME.100653 RadiatorHatch(Albany)P42

(1)

50%

33%

109

20097421

C.ME.100653 RadiatorFans(Albany)P42

(1)

50%

33%

109

20097421

C.ME.100653 4YearAirDryer(Albany)P42

100%

33%

107

20097421

C.ME.100653 EquipmentBlowers(Albany)P42

0%

0%

109

20097421

C.ME.100653 EquipmentBlowers(Albany)P32

150%

100%

717

20097421
20097421

C.ME.100653 COT&S(Albany)P32
C.ME.100653 10YearTruck(Albany)P32

4
3

1
1

0
0

2
2

1
1

(1)
(1)

50%
50%

25%
33%

20097421

C.ME.100653 Injectors(Albany)P32

(1)

75%

43%

712

20097421
20097421
PROJECT

C.ME.100653 RadiatorHatch(Albany)P32
C.ME.100653 RadiatorFans(Albany)P32
TOTALLCPM

6
6
425

1
1
27

1
1
23

3
3
97

3
3
113

0
0
16

100%
100%
116%

50%
50%
27%

717
717

A - 4.9

30,34
41,98
24,122
122,24
177,168
31

109

JanuaryComments

WorkinProgress

104wasdue1/4/14,misseditduetothe
holidayrush
FY14planisfor3,not4,104wasdueon
12/24/13,misseditduetotheholiday
rush.
104wasdue1/4/14,misseditduetothe
holidayrush
104wasdue1/4/14,misseditduetothe
holidayrush

AwaitingMaterial
AwaitingMaterial
714isshoppedforPMtoday,will
completebeforerelease.

Engineering Department
FY14 Major Production Summary thru January 2014

Operation

FY14
Actual

System Total
Surfacing (pass miles)
Wood Ties (each)
TLMs -Ties (each)
Holland Welder-(TLMs+RCO+rail gang) (each)
Field Welding -Division & Production (each)
Undercutting (track miles)
SES Track Panels Installed (feet)
Turnouts - SES (each)
Turnouts - DIVS (each)
Turnouts - Sys Prod (each)
Rail - (TLMs+HBG+Sys+CENTRAL Rail Gangs) (track miles)
Curve Patch Rail Divs (Track Miles)
Rail Train-Pick Up (track miles)
Rail Train- Unload (track miles)
Slot Machine (miles) - NED+MAD+HBG
Vac Trains MAD-NED NYD TLS (miles)
Badger Ditcher (Pass miles)
Shoulder Cleaner (track miles)
Rail Grinding (pass miles)
Switch Grinding (pass miles)
Switch Grinding (each)
Bridge Decks Retimbered (each)
Bridge Ties (each)
Bridge Install Ballast Deck (each)
Bridge Install Ballast Deck (feet)
Electric Catenary Hardware Renewed (miles)
ET Transformers (each)
ET Breakers (each)
Signal Cable Replaced (miles)
Concrete System Tie Gang Central+NED+NYD+MAD+SES (each)
Vac Train 3165 (miles) NY Tunnels
NY Tunnels Install New Track Panels (miles)
HSR Project: Signal Power Conduit installed (miles)
HSR Project: Signal Power Cable installed (miles)
HSR Project: Comm Interduct Conduit and Cable installed (miles)
HSR Project: C&S Cable installed (miles)
HSR Project: Cable Pull Boxes installed (ea)

A - 4.10

166.18
10,502
53,307
536
589
0.21
944
7
0
1
14.1
0.00
9.5
7.6
0.00
7.23
0.0
3.5
0.0
0.0
0
1
52
1
260
3.1
2
0
2.4
1,284
1.1
0.21
6.79
0.00
2.99
6.50
7

ACTUAL ANALYSIS
TO
PRIOR YEAR

National Railroad Passenger Corporation and Subsidiaries (Amtrak)


Consolidated Statements of Operations
(In Thousands of Dollars)

Preliminary Subject to Audit

Four Months Ended


January 31,
2014
2013

fav / (unfav)

Revenues:
Passenger related .....................................................................................................

818,103

761,370

56,733

7.5%

/a

Commuter ................................................................................................................

43,043

36,199

6,844

18.9%

/b

State capital payments .............................................................................................

21,427

13,156

8,271

62.9%

/c

Other ........................................................................................................................

176,802

138,671

38,131

27.5%

/d

Total revenues ........................................................................................................

1,059,375

949,396

109,979

11.6%

Salaries, wages, and benefits ...................................................................................

669,092

673,829

4,737

-0.7%

/e

Train operations .......................................................................................................

83,612

95,193

11,581

-12.2%

/f

Fuel, power, and utilities .........................................................................................

119,139

124,945

5,806

-4.6%

/g

Materials ..................................................................................................................

68,977

67,620

(1,357)

2.0%

/h

Facility, communication, and office related ............................................................

59,763

57,199

(2,564)

4.5%

/i

Advertising and sales ..............................................................................................

29,137

28,793

(344)

1.2%

Casualty and other claims .......................................................................................

21,242

22,246

1,004

-4.5%

/j

Depreciation ............................................................................................................

228,933

224,618

(4,315)

1.9%

/k

Other ........................................................................................................................

128,018

99,766

(28,252)

28.3%

/l

Indirect cost capitalized to property and equipment ...............................................

(43,543)

(31,961)

11,582

36.2%

/m

(2,122)

0.2%

Expenses:

Total expenses ........................................................................................................

1,364,370

1,362,248

304,995

412,852

Net loss from continuing operations before


other (income) and expense ..............................................................................

107,857

-26.1%

Other (Income) and Expense:


Other income - net ...................................................................................................

(29,229)

Interest income ........................................................................................................

(687)

29,229

(20,604)

(19,917)

-96.7%
-18.9%

Interest expense .......................................................................................................

17,565

21,659

4,094

Loss on early extinguishment of debt .....................................................................

Other expense, net .................................................................................................

(12,351)

1,055

13,406

-1270.7%

Net loss .................................................................................................................... $

292,644

413,907

121,263

-29.3%

Unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements are Subject to Change

A - 5.1

0.0%

/n

January 2014 YTD Consolidated Statement of Operations - Variance Explanations

Revenues:
/a

Passenger related revenues were favorable to prior year by $56.7 primarily due to
increased Northeast Corridor ridership as a result of Superstorm Sandy in FY13 and
State Supported revenues. Ticket revenues for the Northeast Corridor are up 7%,
State/Corridor trains are up 4% and Long Distance trains are flat.

/b

Commuter revenues are favorable by $6.8M primarily due to increased services for
ConnDOT, Metrolink and MARC.

/c

State capital payments are favorable by $8.3M due to increased capital contributions from
state partners.

/d

Other revenues were favorable by $38.1M primarily due to increased reimbursable


revenues for Michigan maintenance of way work and the MTA East Side Access project

Expenses:
/e

Salaries, wages and benefits were favorable by $4.7M primarily due to lower benefit costs
offset by contractual wage increases.

/f

Train Operations were favorable by $11.6M primarily due to decreased host railroad
expenses including lower schedule adherence payments for poor on time performance.

/g

Fuel, Power and Utilities were favorable by $5.8M primarily due to favorable fuel prices
and energy rates.

/h

Materials were unfavorable by $1.4M primarily due to materials demand for uncapitalizable
locomotive maintenance.

/i

Facility, Communications and Office Related expenses were unfavorable by $2.6M


primarily due to increased data communications costs and increased contracted janitorial
expenses.

/j

Casualty and other claims were favorable by $1.0M primarily due to lower claims activity.

/k

Depreciation, net of amortization was unfavorable by $4.3M, primarily due to an increase


in the depreciable fixed asset base.

A - 5.2

January 2014 YTD Consolidated Statement of Operations - Variance Explanations (cont.)


/l

Other expense was unfavorable by $28.3M primarily due to increased reimbursable


expenses for Michigan maintenance of way work, uncapitalizable work on asset
improvement initiatives and increased contracted IT services.

/m

Indirect cost capitalized to P&E were favorable by $11.6M primarily due to increased
capital spending.

/n

Other expense, net was favorable by $13.4M primarily due to insurance proceeds related to
Superstorm Sandy and the sale of air rights above the NEC (Cira Sale).

A - 5.3

National Railroad Passenger Corporation and Subsidiaries (Amtrak)


Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
(In Thousands of Dollars)
Four Months Ended
January 31,
2014
2013
Cash Flows From Operating Activities:
Net loss ...............................................................................................................................................

Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash used in operating activities:


Depreciation .................................................................................................................................
Net gain on sale of property and equipment.................................................................................
Other .............................................................................................................................................
Changes in assets and liabilities:
Accounts receivable ....................................................................................................................
Materials and supplies .................................................................................................................
Prepaid expenses .........................................................................................................................
Other current assets .....................................................................................................................
Other assets, deposits, and deferred charges ...............................................................................
Accounts payable, deferred ticket revenue, accrued expenses and other current liabilities
Deferred state capital payments ..................................................................................................
Other liabilities and deferred credits ...........................................................................................

(292,644)

(413,907)

228,933
(7,993)
523

224,618
540

(56,340)
(6,823)
(11,733)
(18,012)
786
(78,716)
(21,427)
27,409

29,262
(19,108)
(24,677)
(7,527)
81,266
(44,681)
(13,156)
74,903

Net cash used in operating activities ..................................................................................................

(236,036)

(112,467)

Cash Flows From Investing Activities:


Change in restricted cash and cash equivalents .................................................................................
Purchases and refurbishments of property and equipment ................................................................
Proceeds from disposals of property and equipment .........................................................................

1,365
(295,248)
23,961

473
(303,807)
435

Net cash used in investing activities ..................................................................................................

(269,923)

(302,899)

Cash Flows From Financing Activities:


Proceeds from federal paid-in capital ................................................................................................
Proceeds from federal and state capital payments .............................................................................
Repayments of debt and capital lease obligations ..............................................................................
Proceeds from issuance of debt...........................................................................................................

325,239
184,122
(42,542)
4,064

591,978
39,828
(176,061)
15,433

Net cash provided by financing activities ..........................................................................................

470,883

471,178

Net change in cash and cash equivalents ...........................................................................................


Beginning balance of cash and cash equivalents................................................................................

(35,076)
282,280

55,812
210,820

Ending balance of cash and cash equivalents.....................................................................................

247,204

266,632

Supplemental Disclosure of Cash Payments


Interest paid, net of amount capitalized..............................................................................................

23,770

29,051

491

(4,815)

Supplemental Disclosure of Noncash Investing and Financing Activities


Other non-cash changes in property, includes accruals of amounts due for purchases.

Unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements are Subject to Change

A - 5.4

National Railroad Passenger Corporation and Subsidiaries (Amtrak)


Consolidated Balance Sheets
(In Thousands of Dollars, Except Share Data)

ASSETS
Current Assets:
Cash and cash equivalents .................................................................................................
Restricted cash and cash equivalents..................................................................................
Accounts receivable, net of allowances of $2,814 and $3,076
at January 31, 2014 and September 30, 2013, respectively..............................
Materials and supplies, net of allowances of $44,653 and $45,423
at January 31, 2014 and September 30, 2013, respectively..............................
Prepaid expenses................................................................................................................
Other current assets ...........................................................................................................
Total current assets .........................................................................................................

(Unaudited)
January 31,
2014
$

247,204
5,448

(Unaudited)
September 30,
2013
$

$ Change

% Change
(12.4%) /a
(20.0%) /a

282,280
6,813

(35,076)
(1,365)

257,567

201,760

55,807

27.7% /b

264,968
27,955
30,461
833,603

258,134
16,223
12,450
777,659

6,833
11,733
18,012
55,944

2.6% /c
72.3% /d
144.7% /e
7.2%

Property and Equipment:


Locomotives ......................................................................................................................
Passenger cars and other rolling stock ...............................................................................
Right-of-way and other properties .....................................................................................
Construction in progress.....................................................................................................
Leasehold improvements ...................................................................................................
Property and equipment, gross ......................................................................................
Less - Accumulated depreciation and amortization ..........................................................
Total property and equipment, net ................................................................................

1,520,633
2,762,432
11,403,851
1,290,360
498,682
17,475,959
(6,646,171)
10,829,788

1,518,997
2,753,967
11,327,616
1,126,936
498,153
17,225,670
(6,464,171)
10,761,499

1,636
8,465
76,235
163,424
529
250,289
(182,000)
68,289

0.1%
0.3%
0.7%
14.5%
0.1%
1.5%
2.8%
0.6% /f

Other Assets, Deposits, and Deferred Charges:


Notes receivable on sale-leasebacks ..................................................................................
Deferred charges, deposits, and other ................................................................................
Total other assets, deposits, and deferred charges .......................................................
Total assets .......................................................................................................................

54,405
133,688
188,092
11,851,482

53,755
150,125
203,880
11,743,037

650
(16,437)
(15,787)
108,445

1.2% /g
(10.9%) /h
(7.7%)
0.9%

307,569
582,707
127,654
147,718
1,165,647

(47,348)
(11,440)
(18,418)
59,267
(17,939)

(15.4%)
(2.0%)
(14.4%)
40.1%
(1.5%)

/i
/j
/k
/l

LIABILITIES and CAPITALIZATION


Current Liabilities:
Accounts payable ...............................................................................................................
Accrued expenses and other current liabilities ..................................................................
Deferred ticket revenue .....................................................................................................
Current maturities of long-term debt and capital lease obligations ...................................
Total current liabilities ....................................................................................................

260,221
571,267
109,236
206,985
1,147,708

Long-Term Debt and Capital Lease Obligations:


Capital lease obligations ....................................................................................................
Mortgages ..........................................................................................................................
Equipment and other debt ..................................................................................................
Railroad rehabiliation and improvement financing loan ...................................................
Total long-term debt and capital lease obligations .......................................................

657,415
170,215
41,683
284,560
1,153,873

742,217
185,866
43,039
277,693
1,248,815

(84,802)
(15,651)
(1,356)
6,867
(94,942)

(11.4%)
(8.4%)
(3.2%)
2.5%
(7.6%)

/m
/n
/o
/p

Other Liabilities and Deferred Credits:


Deferred state capital payments .........................................................................................
Casualty reserves ...............................................................................................................
Deferred gain on sale-leasebacks ......................................................................................
Postretirement employee benefits obligation ....................................................................
Environmental reserve .......................................................................................................
Other liabilities...................................................................................................................
Total other liabilities and deferred credits ....................................................................
Total liabilities ..................................................................................................................

1,228,689
146,130
47,732
1,094,904
54,049
63,332
2,634,834
4,936,415

1,065,994
138,621
49,103
1,077,310
53,420
61,653
2,446,103
4,860,565

162,694
7,508
(1,372)
17,593
629
1,679
188,732
75,850

15.3%
5.4%
(2.8%)
1.6%
1.2%
2.7%
7.7%
1.6%

/q
/r
/s
/t
/u
/v

10,939,699

10,939,699

93,857
27,023,099
(30,769,822)
(371,766)
6,915,067
11,851,482

93,857
26,697,860
(30,477,178)
(371,766)
6,882,472
11,743,037

Commitments and Contingencies


Capitalization:
Preferred stock - $100 par, 109,396,994 shares authorized,
issued and outstanding at January 31, 2014 and September 30, 2013..........................
Common stock - $10 par, 10,000,000 shares authorized, 9,385,694
issued and outstanding at January 31, 2014 and September 30, 2013..........................
Other paid-in capital ..........................................................................................................
Accumulated deficit............................................................................................................
Accumulated other comprehensive loss.............................................................................
Total capitalization ..........................................................................................................
Total liabilities and capitalization ..................................................................................

Unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements are Subject to Change

A - 5.5

0
325,239
(292,644)
32,595
108,445

0.0%
0.0%
1.2% /w
1.0% /x
0.0%
0.5%
0.9%

January 2014 Balance Sheet Variance Explanations:


/a

Cash and cash equivalents decreased $36.4M reflects the timing of FY1 and FY14
appropriations and grants net of cash used for operations, capital investments and debt service
during the period.

/b

Accounts receivable, net increased $55.8M due primarily to higher state partner receivable
balances.

/c

Materials and supplies, net increased $6.8M due to inventory purchases and usage in support of
operations.

/d

Prepaid expenses increased $11.7M reflects the timing of capitalization of leased equipment
and the renewal of insurance premiums.

/e

Other current assets increased $18.0M primarily due to an increase in prepaid payroll taxes and
the yearly renewal of passenger rail insurance.

/f

Property and equipment, net of accumulated depreciation and amortization increased $68.3M
reflects improvements to property and right of way partially offset by the accumulated
depreciation on assets and the disposition of out of service equipment.

/g

Notes receivable on sale-leasebacks increased $0.7M reflects increases in defeased deposits


related to the replacement or elimination of certain guarantors of the sale-leaseback of
Amfleet/Superliner passenger cars.

/h

Deferred charges, deposits and other decreased $16.4M due to an decrease in deferred rent
resulting from the sale of the Cira Centre.

/i

Accounts payable decreased $47.3M reflects a decrease in general accounts payable.

/j

Accrued expenses and other current liabilities decreased $11.4M reflects the timing of wage
and salary accruals as well as retirement, benefits and federal tax payments.

/k

Deferred ticket revenue decreased $18.4M - reflects the change from prior fiscal year end in
advance ticket sales.

/l

Current maturities of long-term debt and lease obligations increased $59.3M primarily due to
the establishment of an $85M line of credit for the early buy out of certain capital leases.

/m

Capital lease obligations decreased $84.8M reflects a reduction of defeased lease payments on
leased locomotives and rolling stock due to their replacement or termination.

/n

Mortgages decreased $15.7M reflects payments on the Penn Station mortgage.

/o

Equipment and other debt decreased $1.4M primarily relates to the principal on the PEDFA
bond for 30th Street Station construction.

/p

Railroad rehabilitation and improvement financing increased $6.9M relates to the purchase of
new electric locomotives.

A - 5.6

January 2014 Balance Sheet Variance Explanations: (continued)


/q

Deferred state capital payments increased $162.7M due to contributions from New Jersey
(NJT), New York (LIRR), and Maryland (MARC) for joint benefit projects less amortization.

/r

Casualty reserves increased $7.5M reflects the most recent actuarial analysis and calculation of
future reserve levels for employee, passenger and other claims.

/s

Deferred gain on sale-leasebacks decreased $1.4M reflects amortization of deferred gain on sale
and leaseback transactions for Amfleet and Superliner passenger cars and a reduction for
terminated lease transactions.

/t

Postretirement employee benefits obligation increased $17.6M reflects the most recent actuarial
analysis reflecting the aging of the workforce and projected increases in future healthcare rates.

/u

Environmental reserve increased $0.6M reflects the estimated liability for environmental cleanup projects.

/v

Other liabilities increased $1.7M reflects increase in the reserve for concrete tie replacement.

/w

Debt and other paid-in capital increased $325.2M reflects appropriations and grants received
since FY13.

/x

Accumulated deficit increased $292.6M reflects net losses incurred since FY13.

A - 5.7

EGISLATIVE

EPORT

Status of FY2014 Transportation


Appropriations Bill
Current to January 31, 2014 [final]

House Approvals
SubComm
Markup
6/19/13
House Vote
---------Committee
Markup
6/27/13

Senate Approvals
SubComm
Markup
6/25/13
------Committee
Markup
6/27/13

Conference Approvals
Public Law

Senate Vote
House Vote
1/15/14

Senate Vote
1/16/14

P.L.113-76
1/17/14

Background:
Amtrak submitted its Fiscal 2014 appropriations request on March 27, 2013. The request is
$2.650 billion, which includes $373 million for operations, $1.271 billion for general capital, $212
million for debt service, $75 million for ADA improvements, $167 million for NEC items, $356
million for rolling stock acquisition, and $196 million for equipment lease buyouts.
The Obama Administration released its Fiscal 2014 appropriations proposals on April 10. The
Administration proposes a restructuring of passenger rail programs within the DOT budget. There
would be a National High Performance Rail System, totaling $6.4 billion in Fiscal 2014. Of that,
$2.7 billion would be for Current Passenger Rail Service (Amtrak), including $1.1 billion for
operations ($0 for the Northeast Corridor, $300 million for state corridors, $800 million for longdistance) and $1.6 billion for capital ($675 million for the Northeast Corridor and $925 million for
National Assets, which includes PTC, ADA, and other efficiency investments). Beyond Amtrak,
$3.7 billion would go to a Rail Service Investment Program for corridor improvements, PTC, and
congestion mitigation.
The Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Subcommittee of the House Appropriations
Committee on June 19 approved a Fiscal 2014 appropriations bill. H.R.2610 includes $950
million for Amtrak, of which $350 million is for operations and $600 million for capital. The bill
also provides $25 million for Amtrak Office of Inspector General. The Appropriations Committee
approved it on June 27.
The Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations
Committee on June 25 approved a Fiscal 2014 appropriations bill. S.1243 includes $1.450 billion
for Amtrak, of which $390 million is for operations and $1.062 billion for capital ($848 million
for general capital, $199 million for debt service, $15 million for NEC Gateway Project). The bill
also provides $21 million for Amtrak Office of Inspector General. The Appropriations Committee
approved it on June 27.
By late July, both the House and Senate began floor debate on their transportation appropriations
bills, but did not complete the approval process by the end of the day on July 31. In the House,
further consideration of H.R.2610 was suspended late on July 31. In the Senate, a cloture vote to
allow further consideration of S.1243 failed on August 1, and further consideration was
suspended.
A Continuing Resolution, H.J.Res.59, was introduced in the House on September 10 to allow
federal programs to function after the start of Fiscal 2014 on October 1, through December 15, for
the most part at their annualized Fiscal 2013 levels. For Amtrak, that is $1.344 billion. Language

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prohibiting funding of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was added and H.J.Res.59
was approved by the House on September 20, 230-189.
The Senate removed the health care provision from H.J.Res.59, made it effective through
November 15, and approved it on September 27, 54-44, sending it back to the House.
The House added language to H.J.Res.59 to delay implementation of the Patient Protection and
Affordable Care Act for a year, made it effective through December 15, and approved it on
September 29 with two votes, 248-174 and 231-192, sending it back to the Senate.
The Senate on September 30 removed the health care provisions from H.J.Res.59, 54-46, and sent
it back to the House.
The House added language to H.J.Res.59, including on health care provisions and approved it on
September 30, 228-201, sending it back to the Senate.
The Senate for a second time on September 30 removed the health care provisions from
H.J.Res.59, 54-46, and sent it back to the House.
The House on October 1 passed H.Res.368, insisting on its amendments to H.J.Res.59 and naming
conferees, 228-199 and sent a message to the Senate.
The Senate tabled the House message on October 1, 54-46, and Fiscal 2014 began with no
Continuing Resolution in place.
Several other Continuing Resolutions were passed by the House in the October 2-14 period,
covering parts of the federal government, but none were acted on by the Senate.
On October 16, the Senate took up H.R.2775, a bill previously passed by the House on September
12, requiring creation of a program to verify household income in connection with the Patient
Protection and Affordable Care Act. H.R.2775 was amended to require that House-Senate
conferees meet and report on a budget resolution by December 13, to fund federal programs
through January 15, 2014, for the most part at their annualized Fiscal 2013 levels, and to suspend
the debt limit through February 7, 2014. For Amtrak, the annualized amount is $1.344 billion.
The Senate approved the amendments to H.R.2775 on two votes, 83-16 and 81-18.
The House on October 16 approved H.R.2775, as amended by the Senate, 285-144.
President Obama signed H.R.2775 into law as P.L.113-46 on October 17.
A Continuing Resolution, H.J.Res.106, to extend funding for federal programs through to January
18, 2014, was approved by the House on a voice vote on January 14. The Senate approved the
measure on January 15, 86-14. On the same day, it was enacted as P.L.113-73.
On January 15, the House took up and approved, 359-67, a modified version of H.R.3547 which
had been a space launch liability indemnification bill. The modified bill provided funding for the
remainder of Fiscal 2014 for programs not covered in previous appropriations laws. For Amtrak,
the annualized amount is $1.390 billion, of which $340 million is for operations and $1.050 billion
for capital ($781 million for general capital, $199 million for debt service, $50 million for ADA
improvements, $20 million for NEC programs). The bill also provides $23 million for Amtrak
Office of Inspector General. It was approved by the Senate on January 16, 72-26. It was enacted
as P.L.113-76 on January 17.

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Summary and Status of Legislation Impacting Amtrak - 112th Congress

Bill Number

H.Res.15

H.R.152

Title/Sponsor

Transportation Security
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX)

Disaster Relief Appropriations Act


of 2013
Rep. Harold Rogers (R-KY)

S.4

Rebuild America Act


Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)

H.R.505

Balancing Act
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN)

S.387

American Infrastructure
Investment Fund Act
Sen. John D. Rockefeller, IV (DWV)

CoSponsors

Summary

Legislative Action to Date

Resolves that the Transportation Security


Administration should continue efforts to
improve transportation security, including on
rail systems, and continuing development of
the National Explosives Detection Canine
Team Program.

Making supplemental appropriations in


connection with Superstorm Sandy. The
initial bill provided $32 million for Amtrak for
operating costs and losses arising from the
storm. An amendment by Rep. Rodney
Frelinghuysen (R-NJ) to expand the bill was
approved and included $86 million in capital
projects in the Northeast Corridor that
address infrastructure recovery, mitigation,
and resiliancy, bringing the Amtrak total to
$118 million.

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H.R.933

Full-Year Continuing
Appropriations Act
Rep. Harold Rogers (R-KY)

H.R.946

National Right-to-Work Act


Rep. Steve King (R-IA)

109

H.R.949

Invest in American Jobs Act of


2013
Rep. Nick J. Rahall, II (D-WV)

H.R.1539

Northeast Corridor Rail Tunnel


Safety Act
Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY)

H.R.1544

National High Performance


Passenger Rail TransportationOriented Development Act of
2013
Rep. Thomas Petri (R-WI)

H.R.2066

Pets on Trains Act of 2013


Rep. Jeff Denham (R-CA)

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1/3/2013 Referred to Committee on


Homeland Security.

1/4/2013 Introduced in House.


1/15/2013 Frelinguysen amendment to
H.R.152 approved, 228-192.
1/15/2013 Approved by House, 241-180.
1/28/2013 Approved by Senate, 62-36.
1/29/2013 Enacted as P.L.113-2.

1/22/2013 Referred to Committee on


Expresses the sense of the Senate that
Commerce, Science and Transportation.
Congress should increase jobs and improve
infrastructure by making investments in
transportation, including rail.
2/5/2013 Referred to five committees,
Repeals the budget sequester, raises
revenues, and redistributes budget cuts to including Committee on Transportation and
Infrastructure.
meet overall sequester cap. Provides $6
billion in general capital for Amtrak for state
of good repair projects.
2/26/2013 Referred to Committee on
Establishes a fund to facilitate investments Commerce, Science and Transportation.
in infrastructure projects that significantly
enhance the economic competitiveness of
the US. Authorizes $5 billion in FY14 and
FY15 (each). Passenger and freight rail are
among the eligible transportation programs.
Making appropriations for FY13 for a range
of federal programs, including the
Department of Transportation, through
September 30, 2013. Most programs funded
at their FY12 levels, less 5.03% sequester
from March 1. Funds Amtrak at a level of
$1.347 billion (annualized). House version
included an additional cut of 0.098% for
discretionary, non-defense programs, but
this was not part of final bill.

3/6/2013 House version approved by


House, 267-151.
3/20/2013 Senate-amended version
approved by Senate, 73-26.
3/21/2013 Senate-amended version
approved by House, 318-109.
3/26/2013 Enacted as P.L.113-6.

3/5/2013 Referred to Committee on


Amends Railway Labor Act to remove
requirement that certain railroad employees Education and the Workforce.
become members of unions representing
that class of employee.
3/5/2013 Referred to several House
Amends 49USC24305(f) from an Amtrak
committees.
domestic buying preference clause for
manufactured and unmanufactured items to
a Buy America clauce for steel, iron, and
manufactured goods. It applies existing Buy
America provisions in 49USC24405 for
passenger rail capital grants to loans under
the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory
Reform Act of 1976.
Authorizes the Secretary of Transportation
to spend $898 million on completing New
York tunnel life safety projects and
rehabilitation of tunnels in Baltimore and
Washington.

4/12/2013 Referred to Committee on


Transportation and Infrastructure.

Directs the Department of Transportation to 4/12/2013 Referred to Committee on


Transportation and Infrastructure.
create a transportation-oriented
development initiative that generates
revenue captured from increased property
values around stations that can be used to
help pay for urban and regional passenger
rail corridors.
Requires Amtrak to propose a pet policy that 5/21/2013 Referred to Committee on
Transportation and Infrastructure.
allows passengers to transport
domesticated cats and dogs on certain
Amtrak trains.

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Summary and Status of Legislation Impacting Amtrak - 112th Congress

Making appropriations for the Departments 6/19/2013 Approved by appropriations


subcommittee.
of Transportation and Housing and Urban
Development, and related agencies for the 6/27/2013 Approved by Appopriations
fiscal year ending September 30, 2014, and Committee, H.Rep. 113-136.
for other purposes. Includes $950 million for
Amtrak.

S.1243

Transportation, Housing and


Urban Development, and Related
Agencies Appropriations Act,
2014
Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA)

Making appropriations for the Departments


of Transportation and Housing and Urban
Development, and related agencies for the
fiscal year ending September 30, 2014, and
for other purposes. Includes $1.450 billion
for Amtrak.

6/25/2013 Approved by appropriations


subcommittee.
6/27/2013 Approved by Appopriations
Committee, S.Rep. 113-45.

Transportation and Regional


Infrastructure Project Act
Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY)

Allows states to issue up to $50 billion in


bonds for a range of transportation
infrastructure projects, including rail, with
federal tax credits for bond holders.

6/27/2013 Referred to Committee on Ways


and Means.

H.R.2534

S.1250

Transportation and Regional


Infrastructure Project Act
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR)

Allows states to issue up to $50 billion in


bonds for a range of transportation
infrastructure projects, including rail, with
federal tax credits for bond holders.

6/27/2013 Referred to Committee on


Finance.

S.1462

Railroad Safety and Positive Train


Control Extension Act
Sen. John Thune (R-SD)

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Extends PRIIA deadline for implementing


Positive Train Control from 2015 to 2020.

H.R.2610

Transportation, Housing and


Urban Development, and Related
Agencies Appropriations Act,
2014
Rep. Tom Latham (R-IA)

H.J.Res.59

Continuing Resolution, Fiscal


2014
Rep. Harold Rogers (R-KY)

H.R.2775

Continuing Appropriations Act,


2014
Rep. Diane Black (R-TN)

S.1710

Pets on Trains Act of 2013


Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (R-RI)

H.R.3551

Railway and Inspection


Transparency Act
Rep. Robert Andrews (D-NJ)

H.R.3634

Commuter Rail Passenger Safety


Act
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (DNY)

H.J.Res.106

Continuing Appropriations
extension
Rep. Harold Rogers (R-KY)

H.R.3547

Consolidated Appropriations Act,


2014
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX)

Making appropriations for federal programs


through November 15, 2013 (Senate) or
December 15, 2013 (House), and for other
purposes. Includes $1.344 billion for
Amtrak, on an annualized basis. A series of
votes in both Houses to add or remove
language in the Continuing Resolution were
held September 20-30, with much of the
language involving health care provisions.
The issue was not resolved before the start
of the Fiscal Year on October 1.

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This bill began as a measure to require


creation of a program to verify household
income in connection with the Patient
Protection and Affordable Care Act, but was
amended to include continuing
appropriations for 2014. The bill requires
House-Senate budget conferees to meet
and report by December 13, 2013. It makes
appropriations for federal programs through
January 15, 2014. It contains a debt limit
suspension to February 7, 2014. Includes
$1.344 billion for Amtrak, on an annualized
basis.

8/1/2013 Referred to Committee on


Commerce, Science, and Transportation

9/10/2013 Introduced in House.


9/20/2013 Modified version approved by
House, 230-189.
9/27/2013 Approved by Senate, with
amendment, 54-44.
9/29/2013 Approved by House, with
amendment, 248-174 and 231-192.
9/30/2013 Approved by Senate, with
amendment, 54-46.
9/30/2013 Approved by House, with
amendment, 248-174 and 228-201.
9/30/2013 Approved by Senate, with
amendment, 54-46.
10/1/2013 H.Res.368 approved by House,
insisting on its amendments to H.J.Res.59
and naming conferees, 228-199.
10/1/2013 House message on H.Res.368
tabled by Senate, 54-46.
7/22/2013 Introduced in House.
9/12/2013 Approved by House, 235-191.
10/16/2013 Approved by Senate, with
amendments, 83-16 and 81-18.
10/16/2013 Approved by House, without
amendment, 285-144.
10/17/2013 Enacted as P.L.113-46.

Requires Amtrak to propose a pet policy that 11/14/2013 Referred to Committee on


Commerce, Science and Transportation
allows passengers to transport
domesticated cats and dogs on certain
Amtrak trains.

11/20/2013 Referred to Committee on


Requires Federal Railroad Administration to Transportation and Infrastructure
require railroads to have bridges, switches,
and signals inspected by independent, thirdparty professional engineers.

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12/4/2013 Referred to Committee on


Amends the Railroad Revitalization and
Regulatory Reform Act of 1976 to make the Transportation and Infrastructure
installing of positive train control systems
eligible for railroad rehabilitation and
improvement direct loans and loan
guarantees.

Extended P.L.113-46 (above) through to


January 18, 2014.

1/10/2014 Introduced in House.


1/14/2014 Approved by House, voice vote.
1/15/2014 Approved by Senate, 86-14.
1/15/2014 Enacted as P.L.113-73.

This bill began as a measure involving


space launch liability indemnification, but
was amended to provide final appropriations
for 2014. It funds Amtrak at a level of
$1.390 billion (annualized).

11/20/2013 Introduced in House.


1/15/2014 Modified version approved by
House, 359-67.
1/16/2014 Approved by Senate, 72-26.
1/17/2014 Enacted as P.L.113-76.

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OUTE

ERFORMANCE
EPORT

National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)


Financial Performance of Routes - Fully allocated overhead, excluding Depreciation and Interest (see notes below)
January 2014 YTD
Route Performance Results Exclude Depreciation and Interest.
All numbers are in $ millions except Passenger Mile and Seat Mile Calculations.

Total
Revenue
$194.5
$209.5
$0.8
$404.8

Total Costs excl.


Contribution /
OPEB's, APT Asset
(Loss) excl.
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
IG
Costs
Allocation & IG
$89.4
$105.1
$1.8
$144.5
$65.0
$2.8
$0.8
$0.0
$0.0
$234.7
$170.1
$4.7

Contribution /
(Loss) before
APT Asset
Allocation
$103.3
$62.2
$0.0
$165.5

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss)
$103.3
$62.2
$0.0
$165.5

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
46.8
14.9
1.4
25.8

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
30.5
7.9
0.8
14.7

Total
Revenue
$1.5
$3.6
$9.0
$4.5
$7.2
$16.1
$18.4
$10.9
$7.4
$10.1
$5.4
$5.7
$2.2
$31.1
$20.0
$17.9
$26.1
$3.5
$4.0
$4.4
$9.5
$3.4
$3.4
$0.8
$4.6
$4.8
$1.8
$6.9
$1.8
$0.5
$246.5

Total Costs excl.


Contribution /
OPEB's, APT Asset
(Loss) excl.
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
Costs
Allocation & IG
IG
$1.8
($0.2)
$0.0
$3.7
($0.1)
$0.1
$9.8
($0.8)
$0.2
$5.3
($0.8)
$0.1
$8.5
($1.3)
$0.2
$16.4
($0.3)
$0.3
$20.9
($2.5)
$0.4
$11.7
($0.7)
$0.2
$7.6
($0.2)
$0.2
$12.4
($2.3)
$0.2
$6.3
($0.9)
$0.1
$5.4
$0.4
$0.1
$2.7
($0.4)
$0.0
$38.9
($7.8)
$0.7
$21.6
($1.7)
$0.4
$21.4
($3.5)
$0.4
$28.4
($2.3)
$0.4
$4.2
($0.7)
$0.1
$4.6
($0.5)
$0.1
$2.4
$2.0
$0.1
$6.6
$2.9
$0.1
$2.2
$1.3
$0.0
$5.7
($2.3)
$0.1
$1.3
($0.5)
$0.0
$4.9
($0.2)
$0.1
$5.8
($1.0)
$0.1
$2.4
($0.6)
$0.0
$6.0
$0.9
$0.1
$2.5
($0.6)
$0.1
$0.8
($0.3)
$0.0
$271.9
($25.4)
$5.2

Contribution /
Fully Allocated
(Loss) before
APT Asset
APT Asset Contribution /
(Loss)
Allocation
Allocation*
($0.3)
n/a
($0.3)
($0.2)
n/a
($0.2)
($1.0)
n/a
($1.0)
($0.9)
n/a
($0.9)
($1.5)
n/a
($1.5)
($0.6)
n/a
($0.6)
($3.0)
n/a
($3.0)
($1.0)
n/a
($1.0)
($0.4)
n/a
($0.4)
($2.6)
n/a
($2.6)
($1.1)
n/a
($1.1)
$0.3
n/a
$0.3
($0.5)
n/a
($0.5)
($8.5)
n/a
($8.5)
($2.1)
n/a
($2.1)
($3.9)
n/a
($3.9)
($2.7)
n/a
($2.7)
($0.8)
n/a
($0.8)
($0.6)
n/a
($0.6)
$1.9
n/a
$1.9
$2.8
n/a
$2.8
$1.2
n/a
$1.2
($2.4)
n/a
($2.4)
($0.5)
n/a
($0.5)
($0.3)
n/a
($0.3)
($1.1)
n/a
($1.1)
($0.6)
n/a
($0.6)
$0.8
n/a
$0.8
($0.7)
n/a
($0.7)
($0.4)
n/a
($0.4)
($30.6)
n/a
($30.6)

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
(8.4)
(2.1)
(2.5)
(6.5)
(13.2)
(1.4)
(6.5)
(2.8)
(1.9)
(8.4)
(5.4)
2.1
(11.6)
(11.9)
(5.7)
(12.4)
(5.1)
(6.1)
(5.1)
13.4
10.6
14.1
(24.9)
(30.8)
(3.1)
(5.9)
(12.3)
2.9
(10.6)
(38.1)
(4.8)

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
(3.6)
(1.0)
(1.3)
(2.2)
(6.7)
(0.6)
(2.4)
(1.2)
(0.7)
(4.0)
(2.4)
0.8
(4.6)
(3.4)
(2.6)
(3.1)
(2.0)
(4.7)
(2.2)
9.5
7.4
4.8
(4.4)
(14.7)
(1.3)
(3.3)
(6.3)
2.2
(4.8)
(24.0)
(1.9)

Total
Revenue
$12.8
$2.7
$13.6
$18.4
$7.0
$15.7
$14.6
$7.0
$9.0
$4.3
$14.3
$10.7
$6.0
$11.5
$26.9
$174.6

Total Costs excl.


Contribution /
OPEB's, APT Asset
(Loss) excl.
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
Costs
Allocation & IG
IG
$27.5
($14.7)
$0.6
$8.2
($5.5)
$0.2
$25.0
($11.4)
$0.5
$38.3
($19.9)
$0.9
$15.7
($8.6)
$0.3
$39.2
($23.6)
$0.8
$36.2
($21.6)
$0.7
$14.5
($7.4)
$0.3
$19.2
($10.2)
$0.4
$17.1
($12.8)
$0.3
$33.6
($19.3)
$0.7
$21.7
($10.9)
$0.5
$9.7
($3.7)
$0.2
$24.5
($13.0)
$0.5
$30.8
($3.9)
$0.7
$361.2
($186.6)
$7.7

Contribution /
(Loss) before
Fully Allocated
APT Asset
APT Asset Contribution /
Allocation
(Loss)
Allocation*
($15.3)
n/a
($15.3)
($5.7)
n/a
($5.7)
($11.9)
n/a
($11.9)
($20.8)
n/a
($20.8)
($8.9)
n/a
($8.9)
($24.4)
n/a
($24.4)
($22.3)
n/a
($22.3)
($7.7)
n/a
($7.7)
($10.6)
n/a
($10.6)
($13.2)
n/a
($13.2)
($20.0)
n/a
($20.0)
($11.4)
n/a
($11.4)
($3.9)
n/a
($3.9)
($13.5)
n/a
($13.5)
($4.6)
n/a
($4.6)
($194.2)
n/a
($194.2)

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
(22.3)
(39.9)
(16.7)
(20.7)
(25.4)
(29.0)
(24.6)
(22.5)
(18.8)
(50.9)
(29.0)
(19.3)
(14.6)
(27.2)
(6.2)
(22.6)

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
(13.2)
(21.0)
(10.3)
(9.9)
(16.1)
(15.3)
(13.8)
(13.1)
(12.8)
(23.5)
(17.0)
(10.7)
(5.8)
(13.7)
(4.2)
(12.6)

(2.8)

(1.4)

Northeast Corridor Trains


Route
Number
RT01
RT05
RT99

Train Name
Acela
Northeast Regional
NEC Special Trains
Total

State Supported and Other


Short Distance Corridor Trains
Route
Number
RT03
RT04
RT07
RT09
RT12
RT14
RT15
RT20
RT21
RT22
RT23
RT24
RT29
RT35
RT36
RT37
RT39
RT40
RT41
RT46
RT47
RT50
RT51
RT54
RT56
RT57
RT65
RT66
RT67
RT96

Train Name
Ethan Allen Express
Vermonter
Maple Leaf
The Downeaster
New Haven - Springfield
Keystone Service
Empire Service
Chicago-St.Louis
Hiawathas
Wolverines
Illini
Illinois Zephyr
Heartland Flyer
Pacific Surfliner
Cascades
Capitols
San Joaquins
Adirondack
Blue Water
Washington-Lynchburg
Washington-Newport News
Washington - Norfolk
Washington - Richmond
Hoosier State
Kansas City-St.Louis
Pennsylvanian
Pere Marquette
Carolinian
Piedmont
Non NEC Special Trains
Total

Long Distance Trains


Route
Number
RT16
RT18
RT19
RT25
RT26
RT27
RT28
RT30
RT32
RT33
RT34
RT45
RT48
RT52
RT63

Train Name
Silver Star
Cardinal
Silver Meteor
Empire Builder
Capitol Limited
California Zephyr
Southwest Chief
City of New Orleans
Texas Eagle
Sunset Limited
Coast Starlight
Lake Shore Limited
Palmetto
Crescent
Auto Train
Total
Total National Train System

$825.9

$867.8

($41.8)

$17.5

($59.3)

APT Asset
Allocation*
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

n/a

($59.3)

* Under Development - will be included once it is completed.


Reconciling Items between National Train System and Consolidated Statement of Operations
Revenue
Expense
Net
Total National Train System
$825.9
$885.3
($59.3)
Ancillary Customers
$141.4
$141.8
($0.5)
Freight and Other Customers
$70.7
$108.3
($37.7)
Depreciation, net
$0.0
$228.9
($228.9)
Operating Results
Interest Expense, net
State Capital Payments
Net Results

$1,037.9
$0.0
$21.4
$1,059.4

$1,364.4

($326.4)

($12.4)
$0.0
$1,352.0

$12.4
$21.4
($292.6)

C-1

Notes:
- This report is being produced using the Amtrak Performance Tracking system, which allocates costs to
all customers, including freight and commuter railroads. This report reflects the information as it existed
in the general ledger at the time it was produced. Future changes to the general ledger data may affect
the placement of data within this report. Project (PRJ) related costs are excluded from this fully allocated
report because they are paid for with Capital funding. An APT Asset Allocation is under development and
will be allocated to routes and included in this report when available.

National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)


Financial Performance of Routes - Fully allocated overhead, excluding Depreciation and Interest (see notes below)
January 2013 YTD
Route Performance Results Exclude Depreciation and Interest.
All numbers are in $ millions except Passenger Mile and Seat Mile Calculations.

Total
Revenue
$172.1
$189.7
$3.2
$365.0

Total Costs excl.


Contribution /
OPEB's, APT Asset
(Loss) excl.
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
Costs
Allocation & IG
IG
$89.5
$82.6
$3.3
$140.6
$49.1
$4.1
$1.0
$2.1
$0.0
$231.1
$133.9
$7.5

Contribution /
(Loss) before
APT Asset
Allocation
$79.3
$45.0
$2.1
$126.4

Total
Revenue
$1.6
$2.6
$8.2
$4.7
$4.2
$13.8
$14.3
$11.4
$7.7
$6.8
$5.7
$5.1
$1.4
$30.0
$23.6
$19.2
$26.2
$2.3
$2.1
$4.1
$11.7
$1.3
$0.0
$0.3
$4.7
$3.7
$1.1
$6.8
$2.3
$0.9
$227.8

Total Costs excl.


Contribution /
OPEB's, APT Asset
(Loss) excl.
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
IG
Costs
Allocation & IG
$1.6
($0.0)
$0.1
$3.5
($0.9)
$0.1
$9.8
($1.6)
$0.3
$5.0
($0.4)
$0.2
$7.5
($3.4)
$0.2
$15.1
($1.3)
$0.4
$20.8
($6.5)
$0.6
$11.4
$0.0
$0.5
$7.5
$0.2
$0.3
$11.5
($4.7)
$0.4
$6.3
($0.6)
$0.2
$5.7
($0.7)
$0.2
$2.7
($1.3)
$0.1
$34.4
($4.5)
$1.3
$22.6
$1.0
$0.8
$22.3
($3.1)
$0.8
$30.1
($3.8)
$0.8
$4.1
($1.8)
$0.2
$4.3
($2.1)
$0.2
$2.7
$1.5
$0.1
$10.1
$1.6
$0.3
$1.0
$0.3
$0.0
$0.0
$0.0
$0.0
$3.3
($3.0)
$0.1
$4.8
($0.1)
$0.2
$5.1
($1.4)
$0.2
$1.9
($0.8)
$0.1
$6.7
$0.1
$0.2
$2.5
($0.3)
$0.1
$0.9
($0.0)
$0.0
$265.2
($37.3)
$8.9

Contribution /
(Loss) before
APT Asset
Allocation
($0.1)
($1.0)
($1.9)
($0.5)
($3.6)
($1.7)
($7.1)
($0.4)
($0.1)
($5.1)
($0.8)
($0.9)
($1.4)
($5.7)
$0.1
($3.9)
($4.7)
($2.0)
($2.3)
$1.4
$1.3
$0.2
$0.0
($3.0)
($0.3)
($1.6)
($0.8)
($0.1)
($0.4)
($0.1)
($46.2)

Total
Revenue
$12.6
$2.7
$13.6
$20.3
$7.1
$16.0
$14.9
$7.3
$9.3
$4.3
$14.7
$11.0
$6.1
$10.6
$24.8
$175.2

Total Costs excl.


Contribution /
OPEB's, APT Asset
(Loss) excl.
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
Costs
Allocation & IG
IG
$27.1
($14.5)
$0.9
$8.0
($5.2)
$0.3
$26.2
($12.7)
$0.9
$37.7
($17.4)
$1.4
$14.3
($7.1)
$0.5
$36.0
($20.1)
$1.3
$36.3
($21.5)
$1.4
$14.2
($6.9)
$0.5
$17.0
($7.7)
$0.7
$17.1
($12.8)
$0.6
$31.4
($16.7)
$1.1
$22.5
($11.5)
$0.7
$10.9
($4.8)
$0.4
$31.0
($20.4)
$1.1
$45.6
($20.8)
$1.7
$375.2
($200.0)
$13.5

Contribution /
(Loss) before
APT Asset
Allocation
($15.4)
($5.5)
($13.6)
($18.8)
($7.6)
($21.4)
($22.8)
($7.4)
($8.3)
($13.4)
($17.9)
($12.2)
($5.2)
($21.5)
($22.5)
($213.5)

Northeast Corridor Trains


Route
Number
RT01
RT05
RT99

Train Name
Acela
Northeast Regional
NEC Special Trains
Total

State Supported and Other


Short Distance Corridor Trains
Route
Number
RT03
RT04
RT07
RT09
RT12
RT14
RT15
RT20
RT21
RT22
RT23
RT24
RT29
RT35
RT36
RT37
RT39
RT40
RT41
RT46
RT47
RT50
RT51
RT54
RT56
RT57
RT65
RT66
RT67
RT96

Train Name
Ethan Allen Express
Vermonter
Maple Leaf
The Downeaster
New Haven - Springfield
Keystone Service
Empire Service
Chicago-St.Louis
Hiawathas
Wolverines
Illini
Illinois Zephyr
Heartland Flyer
Pacific Surfliner
Cascades
Capitols
San Joaquins
Adirondack
Blue Water
Washington-Lynchburg
Washington-Newport News
Washington - Norfolk
Washington - Richmond
Hoosier State
Kansas City-St.Louis
Pennsylvanian
Pere Marquette
Carolinian
Piedmont
Non NEC Special Trains
Total

Long Distance Trains


Route
Number
RT16
RT18
RT19
RT25
RT26
RT27
RT28
RT30
RT32
RT33
RT34
RT45
RT48
RT52
RT63

Train Name
Silver Star
Cardinal
Silver Meteor
Empire Builder
Capitol Limited
California Zephyr
Southwest Chief
City of New Orleans
Texas Eagle
Sunset Limited
Coast Starlight
Lake Shore Limited
Palmetto
Crescent
Auto Train
Total
Total National Train System

$768.1

$871.5

($103.5)

$29.8

($133.3)

APT Asset
Allocation*
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss)
$79.3
$45.0
$2.1
$126.4

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
39.6
11.4
182.0
21.3

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
24.4
5.4
21.6
10.8

APT Asset
Allocation*
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss)
($0.1)
($1.0)
($1.9)
($0.5)
($3.6)
($1.7)
($7.1)
($0.4)
($0.1)
($5.1)
($0.8)
($0.9)
($1.4)
($5.7)
$0.1
($3.9)
($4.7)
($2.0)
($2.3)
$1.4
$1.3
$0.2
$0.0
($3.0)
($0.3)
($1.6)
($0.8)
($0.1)
($0.4)
($0.1)
($46.2)

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
(2.4)
(12.4)
(5.0)
(3.9)
(32.3)
(4.1)
(17.1)
(1.2)
(0.4)
(15.4)
(3.8)
(6.9)
(31.2)
(7.8)
0.4
(10.4)
(8.4)
(16.8)
(20.4)
10.1
3.3
4.7
--(157.2)
(2.3)
(9.6)
(15.9)
(0.5)
(5.5)
(3.6)
(7.2)

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
(1.0)
(5.4)
(2.5)
(1.3)
(15.8)
(1.7)
(5.8)
(0.5)
(0.1)
(7.0)
(1.4)
(2.4)
(12.0)
(2.2)
0.2
(3.0)
(3.3)
(13.3)
(8.2)
6.7
1.9
1.9
--(73.2)
(1.1)
(5.7)
(8.6)
(0.4)
(2.5)
(2.0)
(2.9)

APT Asset
Allocation*
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss)
($15.4)
($5.5)
($13.6)
($18.8)
($7.6)
($21.4)
($22.8)
($7.4)
($8.3)
($13.4)
($17.9)
($12.2)
($5.2)
($21.5)
($22.5)
($213.5)

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
(22.6)
(38.6)
(19.4)
(16.6)
(22.2)
(24.2)
(23.7)
(19.8)
(13.5)
(49.6)
(24.5)
(20.1)
(18.6)
(46.2)
(30.9)
(23.9)

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
(13.8)
(22.2)
(11.9)
(8.6)
(14.5)
(13.5)
(14.4)
(12.5)
(9.9)
(24.2)
(15.1)
(11.3)
(8.0)
(22.1)
(20.7)
(13.9)

(6.3)

(3.1)

n/a

($133.3)

* Under Development - will be included once it is completed.


Reconciling Items between National Train System and Consolidated Statement of Operations
Revenue
Expense
Net
Total National Train System
$768.1
$901.4
($133.3)
Ancillary Customers
$115.7
$118.9
($3.2)
Freight and Other Customers
$52.5
$117.3
($64.9)
Depreciation, net
$0.0
$224.6
($224.6)
Operating Results
Interest Expense, net
State Capital Payments
Net Results

$936.2
$0.0
$13.2
$949.4

$1,362.2
$1.1
$0.0
$1,363.3

($426.0)
($1.1)
$13.2
($413.9)

C-2

Notes:
- This report is being produced using the Amtrak Performance Tracking system, which allocates costs to
all customers, including freight and commuter railroads. This report reflects the information as it existed
in the general ledger at the time it was produced. Future changes to the general ledger data may affect
the placement of data within this report. Project (PRJ) related costs are excluded from this fully allocated
report because they are paid for with Capital funding.
An APT Asset Allocation is under development and will be allocated to routes and included in this report
when available.

National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)


Financial Performance of Routes - Fully allocated overhead, excluding Depreciation and Interest
January 2014 YTD vs. January 2013 YTD Variances
Route Performance Results Exclude Depreciation and Interest.
All numbers are in $ millions except Passenger Mile and Seat Mile Calculations.

Route
Number
RT01
RT05
RT99

Train Name
Acela
Northeast Regional
NEC Special Trains
Total

Total Costs excl.


Contribution /
OPEB's, APT Asset
(Loss) excl.
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
IG
Costs
Allocation & IG
$0.0
$22.5
$1.5
($3.9)
$15.9
$1.3
$0.3
($2.1)
$0.0
($3.5)
$36.3
$2.8

Total
Revenue
($0.0)
$1.0
$0.8
($0.2)
$3.0
$2.3
$4.1
($0.5)
($0.4)
$3.3
($0.3)
$0.7
$0.8
$1.1
($3.6)
($1.3)
($0.1)
$1.2
$1.9
$0.3
($2.2)
$2.2
$3.4
$0.5
($0.1)
$1.1
$0.7
$0.1
($0.4)
($0.4)
$18.6

Total Costs excl.


Contribution /
Contribution /
OPEB's, APT Asset
(Loss) excl.
(Loss) before
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
APT Asset
Costs
Allocation & IG
IG
Allocation
($0.2)
($0.2)
$0.0
($0.2)
($0.2)
$0.8
$0.1
$0.8
($0.0)
$0.8
$0.1
$0.9
($0.2)
($0.4)
$0.1
($0.4)
($0.9)
$2.1
$0.1
$2.1
($1.3)
$1.0
$0.1
$1.1
($0.2)
$3.9
$0.2
$4.1
($0.3)
($0.8)
$0.2
($0.5)
($0.1)
($0.5)
$0.2
($0.3)
($0.9)
$2.4
$0.2
$2.5
($0.0)
($0.4)
$0.1
($0.3)
$0.4
$1.0
$0.1
$1.1
($0.0)
$0.8
$0.1
$0.9
($4.4)
($3.3)
$0.6
($2.8)
$1.0
($2.6)
$0.4
($2.2)
$0.9
($0.4)
$0.4
($0.1)
$1.6
$1.5
$0.4
$1.9
($0.0)
$1.2
$0.1
$1.2
($0.3)
$1.6
$0.1
$1.7
$0.2
$0.5
$0.0
$0.5
$3.5
$1.3
$0.2
$1.5
($1.1)
$1.0
($0.0)
$1.0
($5.7)
($2.3)
($0.1)
($2.4)
$1.9
$2.4
$0.0
$2.5
($0.1)
($0.2)
$0.1
($0.1)
($0.6)
$0.4
$0.1
$0.5
($0.5)
$0.2
$0.0
$0.2
$0.7
$0.8
$0.1
$0.9
$0.0
($0.4)
$0.0
($0.3)
$0.1
($0.3)
$0.0
($0.3)
($6.7)
$11.9
$3.8
$15.6

Total
Revenue
$0.2
$0.0
$0.0
($1.9)
($0.1)
($0.3)
($0.2)
($0.2)
($0.3)
($0.0)
($0.4)
($0.3)
($0.1)
$0.9
$2.1
($0.6)

Contribution /
Total Costs excl.
(Loss) excl.
OPEB's, APT Asset
Allocation and IG OPEB's, APT Asset OPEB's &
Allocation & IG
IG
Costs
($0.5)
($0.2)
$0.4
($0.2)
($0.2)
$0.1
$1.2
$1.3
$0.4
($0.6)
($2.4)
$0.5
($1.4)
($1.5)
$0.2
($3.2)
($3.5)
$0.5
$0.2
($0.1)
$0.6
($0.3)
($0.5)
$0.2
($2.2)
($2.5)
$0.3
($0.1)
($0.1)
$0.2
($2.2)
($2.5)
$0.4
$0.8
$0.6
$0.3
$1.2
$1.1
$0.1
$6.5
$7.4
$0.6
$14.7
$16.8
$1.1
$14.0
$13.5
$5.8

State Supported and Other


Short Distance Corridor Trains
Route
Number
RT03
RT04
RT07
RT09
RT12
RT14
RT15
RT20
RT21
RT22
RT23
RT24
RT29
RT35
RT36
RT37
RT39
RT40
RT41
RT46
RT47
RT50
RT51
RT54
RT56
RT57
RT65
RT66
RT67
RT96

Train Name
Ethan Allen Express
Vermonter
Maple Leaf
The Downeaster
New Haven - Springfield
Keystone Service
Empire Service
Chicago-St.Louis
Hiawathas
Wolverines
Illini
Illinois Zephyr
Heartland Flyer
Pacific Surfliner
Cascades
Capitols
San Joaquins
Adirondack
Blue Water
Washington-Lynchburg
Washington-Newport News
Washington - Norfolk
Washington - Richmond
Hoosier State
Kansas City-St.Louis
Pennsylvanian
Pere Marquette
Carolinian
Piedmont
Non NEC Special Trains
Total

Long Distance Trains


Route
Number
RT16
RT18
RT19
RT25
RT26
RT27
RT28
RT30
RT32
RT33
RT34
RT45
RT48
RT52
RT63

Train Name
Silver Star
Cardinal
Silver Meteor
Empire Builder
Capitol Limited
California Zephyr
Southwest Chief
City of New Orleans
Texas Eagle
Sunset Limited
Coast Starlight
Lake Shore Limited
Palmetto
Crescent
Auto Train
Total
Total National Train System

Contribution /
(Loss) before
APT Asset
Allocation
$24.0
$17.2
($2.1)
$39.1

Total
Revenue
$22.4
$19.8
($2.4)
$39.8

Northeast Corridor Trains

$57.9

$3.8

$61.6

C-3

$12.4

Contribution /
(Loss) before
APT Asset
Allocation
$0.1
($0.2)
$1.6
($1.9)
($1.3)
($3.0)
$0.5
($0.3)
($2.3)
$0.2
($2.1)
$0.8
$1.3
$8.0
$17.9
$19.3
$74.0

APT Asset
Allocation*
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

Fully
Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss)
$24.0
$17.2
($2.1)
$39.1

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
7.2
3.4
(180.6)
4.6

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
6.1
2.5
(20.9)
3.8

APT Asset
Allocation*
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

Fully
Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss)
($0.2)
$0.8
$0.9
($0.4)
$2.1
$1.1
$4.1
($0.5)
($0.3)
$2.5
($0.3)
$1.1
$0.9
($2.8)
($2.2)
($0.1)
$1.9
$1.2
$1.7
$0.5
$1.5
$1.0
($2.4)
$2.5
($0.1)
$0.5
$0.2
$0.9
($0.3)
($0.3)
$15.6

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
(6.0)
10.3
2.5
(2.6)
19.1
2.7
10.6
(1.6)
(1.5)
7.0
(1.6)
9.0
19.6
(4.1)
(6.1)
(2.1)
3.4
10.8
15.2
3.2
7.3
9.4
n/a
126.4
(0.8)
3.7
3.6
3.4
(5.1)
(34.5)
2.4

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
(2.6)
4.4
1.1
(0.9)
9.1
1.1
3.4
(0.7)
(0.5)
3.0
(0.9)
3.2
7.4
(1.2)
(2.8)
(0.1)
1.2
8.6
6.0
2.8
5.5
2.9
n/a
58.5
(0.2)
2.4
2.3
2.5
(2.4)
(21.9)
1.0

APT Asset
Allocation*
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

Fully
Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss)
$0.1
($0.2)
$1.6
($1.9)
($1.3)
($3.0)
$0.5
($0.3)
($2.3)
$0.2
($2.1)
$0.8
$1.3
$8.0
$17.9
$19.3

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Pass
Mile (cents)
0.3
(1.3)
2.6
(4.1)
(3.2)
(4.8)
(0.9)
(2.7)
(5.2)
(1.3)
(4.6)
0.8
3.9
19.0
24.8
1.3

Fully Allocated
Contribution /
(Loss) per Seat Mile
(cents)
0.6
1.2
1.6
(1.4)
(1.7)
(1.8)
0.6
(0.7)
(2.9)
0.7
(1.9)
0.6
2.2
8.4
16.5
1.3

3.5

1.7

n/a

$74.0

ORKFORCE

TATISTICS

National Railroad Passenger Corporation

Headcount Summary
January 2014

Core
Actual

Non-Core
Variance
Fav (UnFav)

Budget

Actual

Totals

Capital
Variance
Fav (UnFav)

Budget

Actual

Variance
Fav (UnFav)

Budget

Actual

Variance
Fav (UnFav)

Budget

Departments
President's Office

74

76

74

76

151

163

12

(1)

152

163

11

Finance

268

273

(2)

270

282

12

Procurement

469

487

18

(3)

(2)

483

496

13

(6)

22

30

30

32

208

238

30

14

(14)

222

238

16

Government Affairs

38

42

38

42

NEC IID

36

42

36

42

220

236

16

220

236

16

1,226

1,369

143

1,226

1,369

143

498

546

48

498

546

48

35

37

35

37

Office of Inspector General


General Counsel

Real Estate
Amtrak Technologies

Human Capital
Marketing & Sales
Police & Security
Emergency Management & Corporate Security
Corporate Research & Strategy

Operating Departments
Chief Operation Officer - Staff

12

13

12

13

Chief of Customer Service

55

60

55

60

Chief Operations Research Planning

16

22

16

22

Chief Safety Officer

60

64

60

64

Chief of Business Operations

32

24

(8)

32

24

(8)

Chief Transportation Officer

72

98

26

72

98

26

Chief of System Operations

176

147

(29)

176

147

(29)

General Manager NEC

4,629

4,848

219

303

303

(0)

20

(20)

4,952

5,150

198

General Manager State Services

1,250

1,190

(60)

57

87

30

1,307

1,277

(30)

General Manager Long Distance

4,821

4,884

63

184

178

(6)

(1)

5,006

5,062

56

Mechanical

910

880

(30)

50

12

(38)

373

484

111

1,333

1,376

43

Engineering

2,374

2,065

(309)

(4)

(142)

Sub-Total Operating Departments

14,407

14,292

Total Headcounts

17,647

17,815

Engineering Reimbursable

950

1,121

171

3,328

3,186

450

554

104

450

554

104

(115)

1,048

1,134

86

1,344

1,605

261

16,799

17,031

232

168

1,078

1,178

100

1,367

1,609

242

20,092

20,602

510

D-1

Headcount - Department Input Detail


January 2014
Total Core incl PRJ

Commuter

Reimbursable

Variance
Actual
President's Office

Variance

Fav/ (UnFav)

Budget

Actual

Fav/ (UnFav)

Budget

Commercial
Variance

Actual

Fav/ (UnFav)

Budget

Total Non-Core
Variance

Actual

Fav/ (UnFav)

Budget

Capital
Variance

Actual

Variance

Fav/ (UnFav)

Budget

Actual

Fav/ (UnFav)

Budget

74

76

General Counsel

151

163

12

(1)

Finance

268

273

Procurement

469

487

18

(6)

208

238

30

Government Affairs

38

42

NEC IID

36

42

220

236

11
24
1,137
5
45
3
1
1,226

10
24
1,278
0
51
2
4
1,369

498
35

Office of Inspector General

Real Estate
Amtrak Technologies

Human Capital
Marketing & Sales
On Board Systems SDCS
Pricing
Sales Distribution and Customer Service
Chief Market Research & Analysis
Chief Mktg & Sales Promotion
VP Marketing & Product Mgmt
Chief, Prod Plan & Bus Strategy
Sub-Total Marketing
Police & Security
Emergency Management & Corporate Security
Corporate Research & Strategy
Operating Departments
Chief Operation Officer - Staff
Chief of Customer Service
Chief Operations Research Planning
Chief Safety Officer
Chief of Business Operations
Chief Transportation Officer
Chief of System Operations

0
0

(2)

(4)

(3)

(2)

22

30

22

30

14

(14)

16

(1)
0
141
(5)
6
(1)
3
143

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

546

48

37

12
55
16
60
32
72
176

13
60
22
64
24
98
147

1
5
6
4
(8)
26
(29)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(20)

General Manager NEC

4,629

4,848

219

233

228

(5)

70

74

303

303

(0)

20

General Manager State Services

1,250

1,190

(60)

55

53

(2)

34

32

57

87

30

General Manager Long Distance

4,821

4,884

63

182

174

(8)

184

178

(6)

(1)

910

880

(30)

(2)

48

12

(36)

50

12

(38)

373

484

111

2,374
0
2,374
14,407

2,065
0
2,065
14,292

(309)
0
(309)
(115)

1
0
1
473

0
0
0
456

(1)
0
(1)
(18)

0
450
450
572

0
554
554
679

0
104
104
107

3
0
3
3

0
0
0
0

(3)
0
(3)
(3)

4
450
454
1,048

0
554
554
1,134

(4)
104
100
86

950
0
950
1,344

1,121
0
1,121
1,605

171
0
171
261

17,647

17,815

168

479

457

(22)

574

691

117

25

30

1,078

1,178

100

1,367

1,609

242

Mechanical
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering - Reimbursable
Sub-Total Engineering
Sub-Total Operating Departments
Total Headcounts

D-2

National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)


Employee Benefits Summary Analysis - January 2014
(Including Employees Assigned to Capital)
($ thousands - except calculations)

Month
Actual
Premium Based Benefits

Variance to
Budget
Last Year

YTD
Actual

Variance to
Budget
Last Year

Non-Agreement
Agreement
Total Premium Based Benefits

9,179
29,459
38,638

(1,006)
(796)
(1,802)

287
(3,509)
(3,222)

30,509
100,328
130,837

973
8,959
9,932

Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA)


Non-Agreement 2
Agreement 2
Total FELA Cost

15
3,069
3,085

1
214
215

(2)
(366)
(368)

62
12,278
12,339

4
856
860

Average per Employee


Non-Agreement
Agreement
Weighted Avg per Employee

3,130
1,994
2,167

(395)
20
(39)

211
(233)
(171)

10,474
6,864
7,409

109
842
751

25,938

(258)

(2,181)

86,466

1%

0%

Payroll Based Benefits

Percentage of Payroll

Other Employee Benefits

Total Employee Benefits

2
3
4

19%

(2,453)

65,208

1,642

(203)

(0)
(40)
(40)

3,028
894
1,199

(3,683)

(4,243)

17%

0%

0%

1,928

(12,601)

(564)

(3,842)

217,041

6,546

Includes health, dental and life insurance, miscellaneous employee insurance, service fees and OPEB's.
OPEB's represent the accrued expense for the future liability of health care for pensioned employees.
Estimated split between Agreement and Non-agreement employees.
Includes Railroad retirement and unemployment and sickness taxes.
Includes Pension and fees, vacation accrual and miscellaneous employee services.

D-3

7,585
13,496
21,080

540

17,338

ERFORMANCE NDICATORS

National Railroad Passenger Corporation


Delay Minutes Performance Report - Summary
for the Month of January, 2014

Amtrak Delays
Top Three Delay Codes

Total Minutes

% of
Total

Subtotal

Passenger Holds

Engine Failures

Host Railroads Delays


Top Three Delay Codes

All Crew related


delays, delays in
block

All Else

Subtotal

Freight Train
Interference

Slow Orders

Passenger Train
Interference

All else

Other Minutes
of Delay

Northeast Corridor
Acela
Northeast Regionals
Subtotal Northeast Corridor

16,854
55,909
72,763

3.1%
10.2%
13.2%

5,175
22,652
27,827

895
4,063
4,958

1,902
5,496
7,398

94
1,080
1,174

2,284
12,013
14,297

8,115
21,242
29,357

36
1,770
1,806

1,776
3,845
5,621

839
2,958
3,797

5,464
12,669
18,133

3,564
12,015
15,579

5,076
4,398
13,229
35,033
8,414
30,948
30,203
4,070
1,341
22,787
16,762
10,476
16,490
2,627
6,091
2,741
2,594
213,280

0.9%
0.8%
2.4%
6.4%
1.5%
5.6%
5.5%
0.7%
0.2%
4.1%
3.1%
1.9%
3.0%
0.5%
1.1%
0.5%
0.5%
38.8%

1,909
587
4,239
7,589
4,895
8,436
14,615
669
203
4,266
2,907
1,523
3,537
720
1,484
1,474
816
59,869

259
57
659
2,041
364
1,104
1,008
89
53
1,241
296
478
802
15
578
234
176
9,454

395
7
1,641
685
743
2,247
2,833
29
1
886
779
187
623
103
152
461
123
11,895

342
0
204
1,356
220
451
2,851
43
29
549
304
220
417
454
137
84
52
7,713

913
523
1,735
3,507
3,568
4,634
7,923
508
120
1,590
1,528
638
1,695
148
617
695
465
30,807

2,478
3,676
2,264
22,992
3,395
20,878
13,724
1,767
994
15,245
11,929
6,601
11,229
1,740
3,280
678
1,204
124,074

276
792
8
5,972
486
6,120
3,399
933
319
910
4,360
443
3,244
879
879
308
196
29,524

911
755
53
2,644
160
2,453
1,540
54
553
2,036
2,226
1,697
1,021
36
309
25
226
16,699

309
811
358
3,302
91
3,967
2,562
219
0
6,059
2,290
1,645
4,156
45
948
39
271
27,072

982
1,318
1,845
11,074
2,658
8,338
6,223
561
122
6,240
3,053
2,816
2,808
780
1,144
306
511
50,779

689
135
6,726
4,452
124
1,634
1,864
1,634
144
3,276
1,926
2,352
1,724
167
1,327
589
574
29,337

Silver Star
Cardinal
Silver Meteor
Empire Builder
Capitol Ltd.
California Zephyr
Southwest Chief
City of New Orleans
Texas Eagle
Sunset Ltd.
Coast Starlight
Lake Shore Ltd.
Palmetto
Crescent
Auto Train
Subtotal Long Distance

17,650
8,403
18,492
44,422
13,026
24,680
16,231
13,791
21,460
12,753
17,325
25,918
6,459
9,120
13,769
263,499

3.2%
1.5%
3.4%
8.1%
2.4%
4.5%
3.0%
2.5%
3.9%
2.3%
3.2%
4.7%
1.2%
1.7%
2.5%
47.9%

5,209
2,830
6,253
16,926
3,538
6,266
3,297
4,827
5,783
2,548
4,216
10,976
1,174
2,581
4,970
81,394

1,420
256
895
1,454
488
917
1,145
444
1,035
596
874
1,873
244
479
5
12,125

286
170
608
2,558
531
1,406
1,055
884
1,460
75
640
1,878
195
402
384
12,532

642
1,204
836
1,859
159
1,270
246
431
815
223
929
1,109
123
394
544
10,784

2,861
1,200
3,914
11,055
2,360
2,673
851
3,068
2,473
1,654
1,773
6,116
612
1,306
4,037
45,953

9,301
4,684
10,711
25,201
7,811
15,047
8,388
6,822
13,447
8,023
8,805
12,925
3,733
4,976
8,422
148,296

2,253
2,052
3,181
15,481
3,934
5,110
2,086
4,082
4,589
3,768
2,131
5,401
1,246
2,187
3,541
61,042

1,631
349
1,538
3,604
604
3,165
2,073
306
2,442
1,746
731
1,365
446
820
1,501
22,321

1,611
414
1,953
1,537
293
1,603
1,140
1,041
1,282
259
3,278
1,358
853
711
1,571
18,904

3,806
1,869
4,039
4,579
2,980
5,169
3,089
1,393
5,134
2,250
2,665
4,801
1,188
1,258
1,809
46,029

3,140
889
1,528
2,295
1,677
3,367
4,546
2,142
2,230
2,182
4,304
2,017
1,552
1,563
377
33,809

Total Minutes of Delay

549,542

100.0%

169,090

26,537

31,825

19,671

91,057

301,727

92,372

44,641

49,773

114,941

78,725

Other Corridor Routes


Vermonter
Downeaster
Clocker/Keystone
Empire
Hiawatha
Illinois Services
Michigan Services
Missouri Services
Heartland Flyer
Pacific Surfliner
Cascades
Capitols
San Joaquins
Hoosier State
Carolinian
Pennsylvanian
Piedmont
Subtotal Other Corridor

Long Distance

Percentage of Total

30.8%

4.8%

5.8%

3.6%

E-1

16.6%

54.9%

16.8%

8.1%

9.1%

20.9%

14.3%

Total Host-Responsible Delays by Host Railroad

Minutes of Delay Per 10K Train Miles

2400

2100

1800

Previous 12
Months (through
Jan. 2013)

1500

Most Recent 12
Months (through
Jan. 2014)

1200

Current Month
Last Year (Jan.
2013)

900

Current Month
This Year (Jan.
2014)

600

300

BNSF

CN

CP

CSX
E-2

January 2014 Host Railroad Performance Report

NS

UP

E-3

January 2014 Host Railroad Performance Report

Host Responsible
Amtrak Responsible
Third Party Responsible

71.9%
22.5%
5.6%

Debris Strike (DBS)

Drawbridges (MBO)

Police (POL)

Customs (CUI)

Trespassers (TRS)

Weather (WTR)

Connection (CON)

Car Failure (CAR)

Service (SVS)

All Other Amtrak (INJ, ITI, OTH)

Crew & System (SYS)

Engine Failure (CCR, ENG)

Psgr. Related (ADA, HLD)

Detour (DTR)

Commuter Trn Interf. (CTI)

M of W (DMW)

Route (RTE)

Psgr Train Interference (PTI)

Signals (DCS)

Freight Trn Interference (FTI)

Slow Orders (DSR)

Minutes of Delay per 10K Train-Miles

Delays to Amtrak Trains by Delay Type and Responsible Party


Most Recent Twelve Months - February 2013 through January 2014

(Major Hosts Only - BNSF, CN, CP, CSX, NS, UP)

400

350

300

250

200

150

100

50

MINUTES OF DELAY BY HOST


Per 10K Train Miles
(Red numbers indicate not meeting standard)
Largest Two Delay Categories - Quarter to Date

Total Host Responsible Delays


Host

Route Miles

Current Month

Quarter to Date

#1

#2

January 2014

Jan. 2014 - Jan. 2014

Jan. 2014 - Jan. 2014

Jan. 2014 - Jan. 2014

PRIIA Section 207 Standard

900

900

Amtrak

791
750
1,067
781
484
675
897
1,737
1,116
1,492
1,548
875
1,549
777
1,485
892
568
522
1,661
1,723
3,498
1,731
1,947
999
1,204
1,270
1,835
3,192
2,581
2,463
1,752
1,702
359
1,483
743
1,669
1,389
2,192
1,778
1,848
1,881
813
1,284
1,549
1,302
1,097
982
975
1,452
1,131
2,027
1,083
1,234
1,149
1,567
970
987
1,592
1,380
1,522
928
1,231
701
1,935
588
1,087
4,032
2,168
923
306
825
2,561
215
351
5,686
569
629
678
4,609
674
2,085
945
1,592
949
687
1,255
996
1,702
464
707
1,470
1,577
1,585
579

791
750
1,067
781
484
675
897
1,737
1,116
1,492
1,548
875
1,549
777
1,485
892
568
522
1,661
1,723
3,498
1,731
1,947
999
1,204
1,270
1,835
3,192
2,581
2,463
1,752
1,702
359
1,483
743
1,669
1,389
2,192
1,778
1,848
1,881
813
1,284
1,549
1,302
1,097
982
975
1,452
1,131
2,027
1,083
1,234
1,149
1,567
970
987
1,592
1,380
1,522
928
1,231
701
1,935
588
1,087
4,032
2,168
923
306
825
2,561
215
351
5,686
569
629
678
4,609
674
2,085
945
1,592
949
687
1,255
996
1,702
464
707
1,470
1,577
1,585
579

BBrRR
BNSF

CFRC

CN

CP

CSX

Fla DOT
MBTA
Metra
MIDOT
MNRR

NECR
NMDOT
NS

PanAm
SCRRA
SDNRR
UP

VTR

Adirondack
Blue Water
Ethan Allen Express
Maple Leaf
New York - Albany**
New York - Niagara Falls
Wolverine
Cardinal
California Zephyr
Carl Sandburg / Illinois Zephyr
Cascades
Coast Starlight
Empire Builder
Heartland Flyer
Pacific Surfliner
San Joaquin
Southwest Chief
Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Auto Train
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Adirondack
Blue Water
City of New Orleans
Illini / Saluki
Lincoln Service
Texas Eagle
Wolverine
Adirondack
Empire Builder
Ethan Allen Express
Hiawatha
Auto Train
Capitol Limited
Cardinal
Carolinian
Hoosier State
Lake Shore Ltd
Maple Leaf
New York - Niagara Falls
Palmetto
Pere Marquette
Richmond/Newport News/Norfolk
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Downeaster
Empire Builder
Hiawatha
Blue Water
Wolverine
Acela Express
Adirondack
All Other NE Regional
Ethan Allen Express
Lake Shore Ltd
Lynchburg
Maple Leaf
New York - Albany**
New York - Niagara Falls
Richmond/Newport News/Norfolk
Vermonter
Vermonter
Southwest Chief
Blue Water
Capitol Limited
Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Lake Shore Ltd
Lynchburg
Pennsylvanian
Pere Marquette
Piedmont
Richmond/Newport News/Norfolk
Silver Star
Wolverine
Downeaster
Coast Starlight
Pacific Surfliner
Pacific Surfliner
California Zephyr
Capitol Corridor
Cascades
Coast Starlight
Lincoln Service
Missouri River Runner
Pacific Surfliner
San Joaquin
Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Ethan Allen Express

PTI
PTI
PTI
PTI
DMW
PTI
PTI
PTI
DSR
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
DSR
DSR
PTI
FTI
DSR
DSR
DSR
DCS
DCS
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
DCS
FTI
FTI
FTI
DCS
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
DCS
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
CTI
CTI
DSR
CTI
DSR
DCS
DCS
DSR
CTI
DSR
CTI
CTI
CTI
CTI
CTI
CTI
DSR
DSR
DSR
DSR
FTI
FTI
DCS
PTI
FTI
FTI
DCS
FTI
FTI
DCS
DSR
RTE
FTI
PTI
PTI
PTI
CTI
FTI
DSR
PTI
PTI
PTI
FTI
PTI
PTI
FTI
FTI
FTI

376
321
452
405
126
263
429
527
425
438
569
319
953
432
688
358
156
341
1,235
1,152
1,302
786
701
689
730
826
886
2,232
979
895
1,186
741
157
633
338
738
455
1,037
811
766
851
315
435
361
473
315
233
571
562
864
432
477
518
474
651
448
668
834
549
737
513
697
442
855
368
881
1,230
1,152
282
130
397
1,436
106
200
2,035
194
442
234
1,672
247
1,195
467
609
351
177
527
387
608
246
476
369
762
551
579

DCS
DCS
DMW
DCS
RTE
DCS
DCS
DCS
FTI
DSR
DSR
DCS
DSR
FTI
DCS
FTI
DSR
DCS
FTI
PTI
DMW
DSR
DCS
DCS
PTI
PTI
DCS
CTI
FTI
PTI
DSR
PTI
FTI
PTI
RTE
DCS
PTI
FTI
RTE
DSR
RTE
PTI
DCS
DSR
DCS
DCS
DCS
DCS
CTI
DMW
FTI
DSR
PTI
CTI
RTE
CTI
RTE
RTE
RTE
DCS
RTE
RTE
RTE
CTI
FTI
DCS
DCS
DCS
PTI
DCS
DSR
DCS
FTI
RTE
DCS
PTI
RTE
DCS
DCS
FTI
CTI
CTI
PTI
DCS
PTI
FTI
FTI
DCS
DCS
DCS
DSR
DSR
DCS
-

131
283
283
202
99
220
253
490
346
348
311
137
230
249
301
295
124
123
217
220
704
406
469
180
182
203
548
296
713
734
233
504
100
278
174
594
379
907
320
323
355
194
260
332
324
246
220
167
478
83
249
394
442
410
306
361
182
479
378
405
160
286
100
645
161
112
964
443
202
103
147
349
55
63
1,097
128
100
217
1,299
227
699
302
559
197
171
444
241
477
108
116
288
322
413
-

The numbers included in this document are preliminary and are for informational purposes only. Final data regarding compliance with PRIIA Section 207 standards, including any
Major Maintenance and Construction Allowances, are published quarterly in the official FRA report.
** Includes only trains that operate solely between New York and Albany
Excludes hosts with fewer than 15 route miles.
Delays on the Amtrak-owned portion of the Northeast Corridor are shown in a separate report, with tighter delay standards.
Northeast Regional: Lynchburg includes all trains between Lynchburg and points on the NEC; Richmond / Newport News includes all trains between Richmond or Newport news and points on the NEC.

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104
99
104
109
81
109
99
125
1,027
257
343
186
2,147
238
22
284
2,198
190
126
16
61
61
49
159
930
306
37
37
27
178
384
60
53
898
307
698
295
169
633
298
296
659
135
189
1,091
1,148
68
68
38
29
29
22
134
56
64
56
64
64
56
64
64
64
56
56
238
80
39
481
79
202
1,141
339
166
249
39
173
81
28
39
77
48
95
60
1,431
168
125
1,159
231
271
174
88
1,784
1,104
24

MINUTES OF DELAY BY SERVICE


Per 10K Train Miles
(Red numbers indicate not meeting standard)

Total Host Responsible Delays


Service

Host

Largest Two Delay Categories - Quarter to Date


Route Miles

Jan. 2014 - Jan. 2014

Current Month

Quarter to Date

January 2014

Jan. 2014 - Jan. 2014

900

900

MNRR

1,149

1,149

DSR

474

CTI

410

56

Northeast Regional
Richmond/Newport News/Norfolk CSX
MNRR
NS
Lynchburg
MNRR
NS
All Other Northeast Regional
MNRR

1,549
701
629
1,380
215
970

1,549
701
629
1,380
215
970

FTI
DSR
DSR
CTI
DCS
DSR

361
389
442
549
106
448

DSR
CTI
RTE
RTE
FTI
CTI

332
195
100
378
55
361

189
56
81
56
166
56

UP
CSX
NS
BNSF
UP
MBTA
PanAm

687
1,389
306
1,548
1,255
1,452
674

687
1,389
306
1,548
1,255
1,452
674

DSR
FTI
PTI
FTI
PTI
DSR
PTI

177
455
130
569
527
562
247

PTI
PTI
DCS
DSR
FTI
CTI
FTI

171
379
103
311
444
478
227

168
295
202
343
125
38
77

CN
CP
Amtrak
MNRR
CP
Amtrak
MNRR
VTR
CSX
Amtrak
MNRR
Amtrak
MNRR
CSX
Amtrak
MNRR
BNSF
CP
Metra
CSX

1,947
2,463
791
1,567
1,702
1,067
987
579
1,848
781
1,522
484
928
1,881
675
1,231
777
359
2,027
2,192

1,947
2,463
791
1,567
1,702
1,067
987
579
1,848
781
1,522
484
928
1,881
675
1,231
777
359
2,027
2,192

FTI
FTI
PTI
CTI
FTI
PTI
CTI
FTI
FTI
PTI
CTI
DMW
CTI
FTI
PTI
CTI
DSR
DCS
CTI
DCS

701
895
376
651
741
452
668
579
766
405
737
126
513
851
263
697
432
157
1,185
1,037

DCS
PTI
DCS
RTE
PTI
DMW
RTE
DSR
DCS
DCS
RTE
RTE
RTE
DCS
RTE
FTI
FTI
DCS
FTI

469
734
131
306
504
283
182
323
202
405
99
160
355
220
286
249
100
381
907

49
178
104
64
60
104
64
24
298
109
64
81
64
296
109
64
238
53
29
169

BNSF
CN
CN
UP

1,492
1,270
1,835
1,702

1,492
1,270
1,835
1,702

FTI
FTI
FTI
PTI

438
826
886
608

DSR
PTI
DCS
DCS

348
203
548
477

257
306
37
231

Amtrak
CN
MIDOT
NS
CSX
NS
Amtrak
CN
MIDOT
NS
UP
BNSF
SCRRA
SDNRR
UP
NS
NS
BNSF
UP
MNRR
NECR

750
999
1,083
4,032
1,284
5,686
897
2,581
1,234
4,609
464
1,485
945
1,592
707
351
569
892
1,470
1,935
588

750
999
1,083
4,032
1,284
5,686
897
2,581
1,234
4,609
464
1,485
945
1,592
707
351
569
892
1,470
1,935
588

PTI
FTI
DCS
FTI
FTI
FTI
PTI
DCS
DCS
FTI
FTI
DSR
PTI
CTI
PTI
FTI
DCS
PTI
PTI
DSR
DSR

321
689
477
1,230
435
2,035
429
979
518
1,672
246
688
467
609
476
200
194
358
369
855
368

DCS
DCS
DSR
DCS
DCS
DCS
DCS
FTI
PTI
DCS
DCS
DCS
CTI
PTI
DCS
RTE
PTI
FTI
DSR
CTI
FTI

283
180
394
964
260
1,097
253
713
442
1,299
108
301
302
559
116
63
128
295
288
645
161

99
159
22
39
135
39
99
27
134
39
271
22
95
60
174
249
173
284
88
56
238

CSX
CFRC
BNSF
UP
CSX
NS
BBrRR
CSX
NS
CN
BNSF
SCRRA
UP
NS
BNSF
CP
Metra
CSX
MNRR
NS
CSX
CSX
CFRC
Fla DOT
CSX
CFRC
Fla DOT
NS
BNSF
NMDOT
BNSF
UP
BNSF
CN
UP

1,483
1,723
1,116
949
743
2,168
1,737
1,669
923
1,204
875
2,085
996
825
1,549
1,752
1,131
1,778
1,592
2,561
813
1,302
3,498
982
1,097
1,731
975
678
568
1,087
522
1,577
1,661
3,192
1,585

1,483
1,723
1,116
949
743
2,168
1,737
1,669
923
1,204
875
2,085
996
825
1,549
1,752
1,131
1,778
1,592
2,561
813
1,302
3,498
982
1,097
1,731
975
678
568
1,087
522
1,577
1,661
3,192
1,585

FTI
DSR
DSR
FTI
FTI
FTI
PTI
FTI
DCS
FTI
FTI
PTI
PTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
CTI
FTI
CTI
FTI
FTI
FTI
DCS
CTI
FTI
DCS
CTI
RTE
FTI
DSR
DSR
FTI
DSR
FTI
FTI

633
1,152
425
351
338
1,152
527
738
282
730
319
1,195
387
397
953
1,186
864
811
834
1,436
315
473
1,302
233
315
786
571
234
156
881
341
762
1,235
2,232
551

PTI
PTI
FTI
DCS
RTE
DCS
DCS
DCS
PTI
PTI
DCS
CTI
FTI
DSR
DSR
DSR
DMW
RTE
RTE
DCS
PTI
DCS
DMW
DCS
DCS
DSR
DCS
DCS
DSR
DCS
DCS
DSR
FTI
CTI
DCS

278
220
346
197
174
443
490
594
202
182
137
699
241
147
230
233
83
320
479
349
194
324
704
220
246
406
167
217
124
112
123
322
217
296
413

898
16
1,027
1,431
307
481
125
698
79
930
186
48
1,159
1,141
2,147
384
29
741
64
339
659
1,091
61
68
1,148
61
68
28
2,198
80
190
1,784
126
37
1,104

PRIIA Section 207 Standard

#1

#2

Acela Express
Acela Express

All Other NEC Corridor Routes

Non-NEC Corridor Routes


Capitol Corridor
Carolinian
Cascades
Downeaster
Empire Corridor
Adirondack

Ethan Allen Express

Maple Leaf

New York - Albany**


New York - Niagara Falls

Heartland Flyer
Hiawatha
Hoosier State
Illinois
Carl Sandburg / Illinois Zephyr
Illini / Saluki
Lincoln Service
Michigan
Blue Water

Pere Marquette
Wolverine

Missouri River Runner


Pacific Surfliner

Pennsylvanian
Piedmont
San Joaquin
Vermonter

Long-Distance Routes
Auto Train
California Zephyr
Capitol Limited
Cardinal

City of New Orleans


Coast Starlight

Crescent
Empire Builder

Lake Shore Ltd

Palmetto
Silver Meteor

Silver Star

Southwest Chief
Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle

The numbers included in this document are preliminary and are for informational purposes only. Final data regarding compliance with PRIIA Section 207 standards, including any
Major Maintenance and Construction Allowances, are published quarterly in the official FRA report.
** Includes only trains that operate solely between New York and Albany
Excludes hosts with fewer than 15 route miles.
Delays on the Amtrak-owned portion of the Northeast Corridor are shown in a separate report, with tighter delay standards.
Northeast Regional: Lynchburg includes all trains between Lynchburg and points on the NEC; Richmond / Newport News includes all trains between Richmond or Newport news and points on the NEC.

E-5
January 2014 Host Railroad Performance Report

Amtrak OFF-NEC Delay Code Definitions


Host
Code
FTI
PTI
CTI
DSR
DCS

Code Description
Freight Train Interference
Passenger Train Interference
Commuter Train Interference
Slow Order Delays
Signal Delays

RTE
DMW
DTR

Routing
Maintenance of Way
Detour

Railroad

Responsible

D e l a y s*

Explanation
Delays from freight trains
Delays for meeting or following All Other passenger trains
Delays for meeting or following commuter trains
Temporary slow orders, except heat or cold orders
Signal failure or All Other signal delays, wayside defect-detector false-alarms,
defective road crossing protection, efficiency tests, drawbridge stuck open
Routing-dispatching delays including diversions, late track bulletins, etc.
Maintenance of Way delays including holds for track repairs or MW foreman to clear
Delays from detours

Amtrak

Responsible

D e l a y s*

Code
ADA
HLD
SYS
ENG
CCR
CAR
SVS
CON
ITI
INJ
OTH

Code Description
Passenger Related
Passenger Related
Crew & System
Locomotive Failure
Cab Car Failure
Car Failure
Servicing
Hold for Connection
Initial Terminal Delay
Injury Delay
Miscelaneous Delays

Explanation
All delays related to disabled passengers, wheel chair lifts, guide dogs, etc.
All delays related to passengers, checked-baggage, large groups, etc.
Delays related to crews including lateness, lone-engineer delays
Mechanical failure on engines.
Mechanical failure on Cab Cars
Mechanical failure on all types of cars
All switching and servicing delays
Holding for connections from All Other trains or buses.
Delay at initial terminal due to late arriving inbound trains causing late release of equipment.
Delay due to injured passengers or employees.
Lost-on-run, heavy trains, unable to make normal speed, etc.

Code
NOD
CUI
POL
TRS

Code Description
Unused Recovery Time
Customs
Police-Related
Trespassers

MBO
DBS
WTR

Drawbridge Openings
Debris
Weather-Related

Explanation
Waiting for scheduled departure time at a station
U.S. and Canadian customs delays; Immigration-related delays
Police/fire department holds on right-of-way or on-board trains
Trespasser incidents including road crossing accidents, trespasser / animal strikes,
vehicle stuck on track ahead, bridge strikes
Movable bridge openings for marine traffic where no bridge failure is involved
Debris strikes
All severe-weather delays, landslides or washouts, earthquakerelated delays, heat or cold orders

Third-Party

* These delay codes are applicable to Off-NEC routes only.

E-6

D e l a y s*

END-POINT ON-TIME PERFORMANCE REPORT


JANUARY
FY14
YTD

FY13
YTD

-17.9%

74.5%

85.0%

-10.5%

87.5%

-23.0%

75.6%

87.7%

-12.1%

85.4%
91.4%
86.7%
89.4%
91.9%
85.7%

-20.7%
-29.4%
-21.2%
-20.7%
-24.2%
-21.3%

76.2%
75.7%
75.2%
76.7%
80.5%
74.5%

88.5%
90.0%
86.2%
86.8%
88.8%
85.9%

-12.3%
-14.3%
-11.0%
-10.1%
-8.4%
-11.4%

73.0%

86.0%

-13.1%

76.9%

85.1%

-8.2%

Missouri
Pacific Surfliner
Pennsylvanian
Piedmont
San Joaquins
Vermonter

97.0%
72.6%
72.3%
69.6%
71.1%
43.5%
72.6%
53.2%
83.6%
54.0%
91.9%
73.0%
38.2%
48.8%
57.7%
43.4%
47.1%
26.5%
38.3%
18.0%
25.4%
87.1%
75.1%
75.8%
76.2%
81.5%
67.7%

92.9%
75.8%
68.5%
81.5%
88.0%
69.4%
83.9%
74.2%
93.2%
89.5%
87.1%
96.7%
82.4%
87.1%
92.7%
71.0%
92.3%
57.3%
62.9%
58.1%
55.1%
99.2%
89.5%
91.9%
79.8%
89.5%
83.9%

4.1%
-3.2%
3.9%
-11.8%
-16.9%
-25.8%
-11.3%
-21.0%
-9.6%
-35.5%
4.8%
-23.7%
-44.1%
-38.3%
-35.0%
-27.6%
-45.2%
-30.8%
-24.6%
-40.0%
-29.7%
-12.1%
-14.4%
-16.1%
-3.6%
-8.1%
-16.1%

96.5%
68.6%
82.5%
70.4%
77.9%
59.3%
76.8%
60.2%
84.8%
74.8%
74.3%
84.7%
51.4%
63.9%
66.2%
59.5%
65.0%
35.7%
42.6%
42.2%
31.2%
90.4%
73.7%
88.2%
72.4%
80.1%
74.8%

93.6%
72.0%
77.9%
81.3%
86.7%
69.5%
79.4%
71.5%
92.5%
88.9%
67.8%
90.6%
79.9%
84.7%
91.6%
70.5%
88.4%
59.5%
70.7%
62.2%
55.0%
94.7%
86.7%
95.4%
77.0%
87.9%
90.3%

2.9%
-3.4%
4.5%
-10.9%
-8.8%
-10.2%
-2.6%
-11.4%
-7.8%
-14.1%
6.5%
-5.9%
-28.4%
-20.8%
-25.5%
-11.0%
-23.4%
-23.8%
-28.1%
-20.0%
-23.8%
-4.3%
-12.9%
-7.2%
-4.6%
-7.7%
-15.5%

Long Distance

51.3%

78.7%

-27.4%

58.8%

76.9%

-18.1%

Auto Train
California Zephyr
Capitol Limited
Cardinal
City of New Orleans
Coast Starlight
Crescent
Empire Builder
Lake Shore Ltd
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Southwest Chief
Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle

59.7%
50.0%
45.0%
25.9%
50.0%
82.3%
59.7%
31.5%
36.2%
72.6%
38.7%
54.8%
71.0%
63.0%
55.0%

82.3%
85.5%
83.9%
81.5%
85.5%
90.3%
79.0%
77.4%
73.4%
87.1%
41.9%
61.3%
96.8%
84.6%
82.3%

-22.6%
-35.5%
-38.9%
-55.6%
-35.5%
-8.1%
-19.4%
-46.0%
-37.2%
-14.5%
-3.2%
-6.5%
-25.8%
-21.7%
-27.3%

79.7%
56.5%
61.5%
40.6%
74.6%
78.5%
65.9%
33.0%
51.8%
63.0%
51.6%
57.3%
71.5%
69.8%
54.5%

78.8%
78.0%
85.3%
69.5%
85.8%
78.0%
82.2%
64.8%
79.4%
81.5%
56.6%
61.2%
93.1%
85.6%
84.1%

0.9%
-21.5%
-23.8%
-29.0%
-11.2%
0.4%
-16.4%
-31.8%
-27.6%
-18.5%
-5.0%
-3.9%
-21.5%
-15.8%
-29.6%

JANUARY

JANUARY

2014

2013

Amtrak System

67.8%

85.7%

Northeast Corridor

64.5%

Acela Express
Keystone
Northeast Regional

64.7%
62.1%
65.5%
68.7%
67.7%
64.5%

Short Distance
Capitols
Carolinian
Cascades
Downeaster
Empire Corridor

SERVICE

Richmond / Newport News /Norfolk


Lynchburg
All Other Northeast Regional

Adirondack
Ethan Allen Express
Maple Leaf
New York - Albany**
New York - Niagara Falls
Heartland Flyer
Hiawatha
Hoosier State
Illinois

Carl Sandburg / Illinois Zephyr


Illini / Saluki
Lincoln Service
Michigan

Blue Water
Pere Marquette
Wolverine

** Includes only trains that operate solely between New York and Albany
Columns may not be additive due to rounding.

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Change

ALL STATIONS ON-TIME PERFORMANCE REPORT


JANUARY
FY14
YTD

FY13
YTD

-14.0%

73.9%

82.1%

91.3%

-16.7%

82.1%

91.5%

-9.4%

89.6%
96.5%
89.9%
87.8%
89.2%
91.1%

-15.7%
-14.7%
-17.7%
-17.9%
-27.4%
-16.3%

80.3%
89.7%
79.9%
75.9%
72.6%
82.9%

91.9%
96.2%
89.5%
86.9%
88.2%
91.0%

-11.6%
-6.5%
-9.6%
-11.0%
-15.6%
-8.1%

77.9%

87.1%

-9.2%

81.0%

86.4%

-5.4%

Missouri
Pacific Surfliner
Pennsylvanian
Piedmont
San Joaquins
Vermonter

96.0%
69.7%
69.1%
88.5%
68.2%
46.8%
77.5%
46.1%
91.3%
60.5%
96.5%
82.8%
49.0%
52.0%
63.0%
41.4%
52.6%
44.3%
50.8%
44.3%
42.4%
86.5%
88.4%
74.2%
88.2%
79.5%
61.3%

94.4%
78.9%
75.7%
92.6%
81.9%
54.8%
85.5%
74.0%
95.5%
84.6%
89.6%
96.1%
87.6%
79.5%
90.8%
51.5%
88.9%
66.0%
78.3%
80.0%
60.9%
96.6%
92.8%
91.0%
92.0%
89.9%
81.6%

1.6%
-9.3%
-6.6%
-4.1%
-13.7%
-7.9%
-8.1%
-27.9%
-4.2%
-24.1%
6.9%
-13.3%
-38.6%
-27.5%
-27.8%
-10.1%
-36.3%
-21.8%
-27.5%
-35.7%
-18.5%
-10.1%
-4.4%
-16.7%
-3.8%
-10.4%
-20.3%

97.2%
67.8%
78.5%
89.2%
74.4%
57.9%
81.1%
55.7%
91.5%
70.1%
86.3%
91.9%
64.4%
62.8%
68.9%
52.5%
65.5%
49.9%
56.7%
67.2%
45.8%
90.2%
86.4%
85.0%
87.8%
81.1%
68.6%

94.5%
72.8%
79.9%
92.6%
81.6%
54.6%
85.3%
73.2%
95.5%
84.2%
82.4%
90.4%
86.6%
78.0%
92.4%
53.9%
84.1%
67.5%
81.0%
82.0%
62.3%
92.7%
91.6%
90.4%
91.3%
86.8%
87.1%

2.6%
-5.0%
-1.4%
-3.4%
-7.2%
3.4%
-4.3%
-17.4%
-4.0%
-14.1%
3.9%
1.6%
-22.2%
-15.3%
-23.5%
-1.4%
-18.6%
-17.6%
-24.3%
-14.7%
-16.5%
-2.4%
-5.3%
-5.4%
-3.5%
-5.7%
-18.6%

Long Distance

40.9%

62.1%

-21.3%

45.2%

59.0%

-13.9%

Auto Train
California Zephyr
Capitol Limited
Cardinal
City of New Orleans
Coast Starlight
Crescent
Empire Builder
Lake Shore Ltd
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Southwest Chief
Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle

69.4%
42.7%
45.0%
32.2%
44.4%
62.8%
58.4%
17.9%
23.0%
62.3%
33.2%
45.1%
61.4%
47.1%
40.7%

81.5%
63.1%
69.2%
67.5%
69.8%
65.2%
75.3%
54.2%
53.9%
80.4%
45.1%
54.6%
76.6%
64.3%
61.0%

-12.1%
-20.4%
-24.2%
-35.2%
-25.4%
-2.4%
-16.9%
-36.3%
-30.9%
-18.1%
-11.9%
-9.5%
-15.2%
-17.2%
-20.3%

82.5%
50.6%
52.8%
41.3%
58.2%
61.0%
62.2%
21.8%
33.5%
64.4%
44.1%
47.6%
55.2%
53.8%
37.5%

83.1%
62.4%
66.2%
55.6%
65.4%
56.4%
77.2%
43.6%
58.3%
77.7%
49.5%
55.2%
71.8%
65.0%
57.7%

-0.6%
-11.8%
-13.4%
-14.3%
-7.2%
4.6%
-15.0%
-21.8%
-24.9%
-13.3%
-5.4%
-7.6%
-16.6%
-11.2%
-20.2%

JANUARY

JANUARY

2014

2013

Amtrak System

69.1%

83.2%

Northeast Corridor

74.6%

Acela Express
Keystone
Northeast Regional

73.9%
81.8%
72.3%
69.9%
61.8%
74.8%

Short Distance
Capitols
Carolinian
Cascades
Downeaster
Empire Corridor

SERVICE

Richmond / Newport News /Norfolk


Lynchburg
All Other Northeast Regional

Adirondack
Ethan Allen Express
Maple Leaf
New York - Albany**
New York - Niagara Falls
Heartland Flyer
Hiawatha
Hoosier State
Illinois

Carl Sandburg / Illinois Zephyr


Illini / Saluki
Lincoln Service
Michigan

Blue Water
Pere Marquette
Wolverine

Change

** Includes only trains that operate solely between New York and Albany
* An on-time train is defined as a train that arrives within 15 minutes of scheduled arrival at a station (within 10 minutes for Acela Express)
Columns may not be additive due to rounding.

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-8.2%