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– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 25th November 2010.

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Photo of Willie Coffey Willie Coffey Scottish National Party

Question S3W-37544

To ask the Scottish Executive what changes there have been in passenger numbers for each station on the Kilmarnock to Glasgow rail line since the introduction of a half-hourly rail service.

Photo of Stewart Stevenson Stewart Stevenson Scottish National Party

Based on comparison of one-off ScotRail passenger counts conducted in March 2009 and March 2010, after introduction of the half-hourly service in December 2009, there have been the following changes in passenger numbers of each station on the Kilmarnock to Glasgow rail line:

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Weekday% Difference.
Glasgow Central55
Crossmyloof70
Pollokshaws West2
Kennishead44
Priesthill and DarnleyN/A
Nitshill12
Barrhead18
Dunlop93
Stewarton116
Kilmaurs141
Kilmarnock204

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