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Metro trains has conceded it has failed to meet its punctuality targets for the seventh month in a row.
Metro ran about 83 per cent of trains within five minutes of their scheduled time in June.
That is slightly better than last month's 82-point-seven percent.
Metro spokesman Chris Whitefield is refusing to be drawn on the exact figures, as the company's performance results are still being finalised.
"All indications are that we will reach our service delivery target of 98 percent, which we have done every month since we took over operation of the network," he said.
"And while we do not know the exact punctuality result, we do know that we are not going to reach our target of 88 percent".
"But know that our June performance is still better than what it was in May".
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