London Underground: scheduled and excess journey times 2016/17, by line

This statistic shows the average scheduled and excess time it took to complete a London Underground journey for each line in 2016/17. The line with the longest average excess time during this period was the Metropolitan line at 6.33 minutes.

Average scheduled and excess time to complete a London Underground journey in 2016/17, by line

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Source

Release date

January 2019

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

2016/17*

Supplementary notes

The source adds: "Excess journey time is the time in minutes to complete an average journey on the network over and above the expected time, weighted by customer time values. The calculation includes the impact of planned closures."

* Financial year ending March 31.

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